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For a lot of us the New Year can bring excitement of getting to hit the refresh button and start a new year over, but sometimes that can come with lofty goals that add a little extra stress and concern of not knowing how we can get it all done. One of the best gifts we can give ourselves is taking care of ourselves in order to not only be the best version of ourselves, but also to be able to have the energy and brainpower in order to get through what needs to be done.
Unfortunately, we have to spend hours at our desk all day long and with that comes exhaustion, stress and distractions.
I’m sure you’ve all been hearing for a while now how “sitting is the new smoking” and “we’re dying at our desks” and all of those horrible statistics. Did you know that on average when we get distracted it takes 23 minutes to get back on task? Did you know that when we get triggered (think anxious, upset, angry, super stressed) it can take us up to 18 minutes to be able to calm down to where we can think clearly again?
So, what can we do to manage our emotions and stress during business hours to be at our best and more productive? If you are not quite sure what stretches you could do, I’ve got a library of 100 videos with breathing, stretching and coaching tips to help on my free YouTube Channel – Daily Reset Break.   You can click on the Daily Reset Break logo above to find the YouTube link for the videos. And, if you are worried that you are not flexible enough or can’t touch your toes, IT DOESN’T MATTER! If yoga is not your thing, here are a couple of good breathing exercises to help you get started on a short break during your workday (in addition to the stretches and breathing you can find on the Daily Reset Break channel). Happy happy New Year and I hope you find ways to commit to doing more things that relieve stress for yourself so you can be the best version of you! I read the book, “They Healing Code” by Alexander Loyd a couple of weeks ago and not only has it been blowing my mind, but I loved the quiz that is included on their website where you can find out the areas where you need to improve in your life to bring yourself anything from better health, to success & relationships. Patience was my number one thing that I need to work on and I feel like it’s such a blessing to know because I know that the more I work on it to get better at having more patience in every day situations, I will be able to find even that much more joy in my life. I always find it funny how when you start to work on something, that pretty much immediately it becomes the thing that shows up in your life the most.
This wasn’t one of those 4 hours calls where you could put the phone down and check in to see what progress has been made or multi-task, but one where they took over my screen and had a red arrow pointing to each thing I had to click, so I was doing something with them the entire 4 hours. Christmas time and shopping of course gives plenty of opportunities for patience as well and helping my sweet grandmother yesterday from the nursing home into the car to take her to see my family when she can hardly get around on her own and at a very slow pace was another bonus opportunity. So, the question is…do you know what you need to let go of this year and leave behind or commit to improve on in 2016?
I have no problem doing the work I need to around patience, as I know that it will bring me even more joy and peace in my life.
The interesting thing that “The Healing Code” provides is a way to work through to have more patience or whatever you are needing. This week I found myself being very impatience with a friend and after digging deeper I realized that it was because I actually felt taken advantage of in that particular situation. A wise woman and mentor of mine happened to catch me at that time and we both decided I needed to get some of that anger out that I usually hold in and have typically been afraid to let out. So, we decided I could choose to put on some boxing gloves and get some of that anger out and I ended up going to town on my guest bedroom bed. I then did a “Healing Code” from the book and felt such a release and very calm & peaceful. While I am not condoning anger, there was definitely something very healing about being able to get angry in a safe environment where I wasn’t taking it out on anyone else, but got to release some of the anger that had been built up inside me for so many years.
Sometimes we need to do some deeper diving into an emotion or feeling we are having like frustration, irritability, or even anger to see what is buried underneath in order to let it go so that we can be less of those things moving foreword and be at our best for ourselves and those around us that we care about the most. Maybe you know what you’d like more of in your life (Me = Patience) or maybe a quiz like the one that comes with “The Healing Code” book could be helpful, but either way, once you figure it out, I encourage you to pay attention to yourself in those situations that come up where you see you are struggling with that thing and dive a bit deeper to see what you have buried and see if you can find a way to release it. My challenge to you this holiday season is to see what it is you’d like to leave behind in 2015 (Me = Impatience) and what you would like to move forward in 2016 with more of (Me = Patience) and do whatever it takes to challenge yourself to be more of that and then once it has been achieved you can move on to the next thing you’d like more of…before you know it, you’ll be living a life of pure BLISS. Here are my top 5 tips to help you get through Thanksgiving without feeling stuffed and miserable. 2)  More protein & veggies and less carbs – Do you ever stop and look at how much protein you are really taking in each day? 5)  Practice turning your focus to others and try to have fun, even if it’s hard in some cases. It took me many years of working with multiple coaches to work through all of my mess to where I could love myself and want the best life I could have. I then explained how I used to let FEAR run my life and that I would sabotage myself all the time and that this song was so inspiring to me to see the transition that Justin has made in his life and it is a reminder for me to keep pushing and believing that anything is possible, including the joy that I have been able to find over the past few years after being so miserable for so long.
I saw Blue October in Richardson, Texas at a show a few months after this one above where Justin was so connected to the audience that he even came out and jumped around and sang with us. Here is a PREVIOUS FEAR POST that I wrote about where I shared in more detail all of the things I used to be scared of and how I managed to go towards them and not let the FEAR win. I also had an experience where I spoke in front of some of the top speaker agents in the world and had more fear penetrating through my body than I knew possible and wanted so bad just to run off the stage and quit, but I worked through my shaking, terrified trembling body and voice and did it anyway.

What steps can you take today, this week, this month to go towards that thing so you can stop sabotaging your greatness? Are you willing to commit to taking a scary step so you can find true joy and be the person you are here to be?
TRIESSENCE has moved to a monthly blog post versus bi-weekly, so my apologies in waiting so long to get one out. In the meantime, I hope you find a way to figure out something that scares you, but you know you want to do and DO IT ANYWAY. I love this quote and it makes me wonder why some of us believe in ourselves and some of us don’t.
At what point do we lose our confidence and think we aren’t capable of certain things? Is it when we get our heart broken for the first time that we lose confidence in ourselves?
I have done many things throughout the course of my life that I wasn’t very proud of and punished myself for them over many years.
When I am working with my life coaching clients, I’m amazed at how much we judge ourselves and the amount of self doubt we can have. The best thing you can do in those moments of self doubt and negative talk is to switch to focusing on the positive and be grateful that you have those beautiful characteristics. I challenge you to start listening to what you tell yourself and ask yourself if that is really true and perhaps start working towards proving yourself wrong. It is no cost to the person seeking the service since the professional pays to use the service. I have been working with some wonderful clients as a result of Thumbtack and I highly recommend it! I just returned from a vacation where I was technology free for 8 days and it was truly amazing. As soon as I arrived at the beautiful resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, I forgot all about it. People are so addicted to their phones that I even spotted one guy in the pool with a waterproof cover wrapped around his neck so he could have it on him while he was floating in the water. I am so much more present with my husband and the people around me without the distraction of technology. Through discussing it with a friend upon my return, I was reminded that productivity in the workplace is astonishingly low due to being able to use cell phones during working hours. I believe anything we can do to be more present for ourselves and to others is the greatest PRESENT we can possibly give ourselves and each other.
When I’m working with my coaching clients and if we get to the point where we discuss meditation being a good thing for them to add into their life (this is usually with every client!), I notice a common theme.
I’ve had people come back and say they did audio meditations instead and other techniques and then I end up having the conversation of how important it is just to try and do a basic meditation.
First off, if you have fear or concerns around anything around meditation and religion, I just want to clarify that you are not worshipping Buddha or anything just by meditating and paying attention to your breath.
Meditation also helps lower blood pressure, relieves depression & fear, improves your mood and emotional intelligence, increases mental focus, improves energy, helps lessen and prevent asthma, fibromyalgia, arthritis and so many other benefits too long to list, but you get the idea. For meditation: Find a comfortable seated position trying to sit with your knees below your hips possibly using a pillow or blanket underneath your seat. Then, after those few weeks, I would decide on a time frame that you like best and stick with that for at least 3 more weeks until it can become a habit. Speaking of vacation, I’m headed out for one next week, so this will be my last blog until August 14th. Planning a family dinner was like planning a mini wedding, but it turned out to be absolutely perfect! It’s a bit overwhelming when the party is over and you are sitting in a room full of gifts feeling so loved by so many. I still have that bracelet sitting out where I can see it every day and remember such a sweet memory. Next time you are anticipating an event, I encourage you to try and be present in all of the moments. Amazing things happen to us all the time and can happen in a flash and be gone in an instant.
I’ve been asking myself that this week as I get ready to prepare to have a belated wedding celebration with my family. Some wonderful ladies are also throwing me a girly shower this weekend, so I am over the top excited about both of them. Then, I realize that’s not being present and staying in the moment and this is teaching me to live more moment to moment and enjoy it all. Today, I have a list of more things than I can probably possibly get done, but I’m going to enjoy every minute of it.

And stay tuned for next time where I discover which is better…the anticipation or the event. I’m not sure I would want the event happening in the picture above, but as a previous surfer, I imagine the anticipation alone would be totally worth it.
We were catching up, just reflecting on some of the positive developments in his youth ministry over the past few months. This might seem like a small thing, but for many people who utilize a program-based ministry model, this line of thinking is foreign. Andy Blanks is the co-founder of youthministry360, a ministry committed to equipping youth workers through resources, training, community, and networking.
As a “stress relief” speaker, I wanted to share with you all a couple of the things that I teach.
If you’ve been lucky enough to miss those horrible headings, I’ll give you the cliffs notes version: We increase our risk of heart disease, breast cancer, high blood pressure, depression and type 2 diabetes by 60-125% depending on the amount of hours we sit each day. My buddy and distraction speaker, Curt Steinhorst talks about this in his speeches and it is a pretty scary statistic, but luckily there are things we can do to keep this from happening. As an accredited trainer in Emotional Intelligence I learned a lot of interesting, yet frightening facts from the Institute for Health and Human Potential.
Even just a couple of minutes of getting up and walking around, stretching or taking time to BREATHE can turn things around in an instant to help us be more productive, creative and less stressed. You can expect to release a lot of that pent up stress that you’ve been holding onto by being able to stretch out the places that store your stress the most.  I know some intimidation can come up for some around doing yoga, but I always encourage my students not to worry about what anyone else is doing, but to just be grateful to have the opportunity to be able to give your mind and body such a great gift! The whole point is to do yoga to become more flexible so we can age more gracefully and be more mobile as time goes on so our bodies don’t have to decline over time. If your boss busts you and gets upset, just explain that by taking a short break that in the end they will be the ones to benefit because you can stay focused and be more productive. It’s plain as day to me now, but funny that so many of my yoga students or coaching clients have seen me as one to have a lot of patience.
So, it’s no surprise to me that I had more technology issues the past few weeks than I can ever remember having in my lifetime.
I will get another chance to be patient when I get back on the line with them to back up my computer tonight and again when I leave my computer tomorrow in their hands for a week to fix these issues. What I was reminded of on my own though is that underneath impatience or whatever negative thing that keeps you from love, patience, kindness, etc. Then, I dug deeper to find what other situations I have felt taken advantage of before and was actually able to get to a little bit of anger underneath it all. I actually had a blast recalling up times I felt taken advantage of and got out some anger, but then it wasn’t surprising to me that underneath all of that was sadness.
My family and in-laws knew the hotel information to call in case of a family emergency and  I had someone covering my business for me that was on my out of office on email voice mails for people to know who to contact in my absence.
If you did the 2 week meditation challenge I posted on my last blog, I would love to hear how it went for you. We talked about the number of teenagers who recently have come to a saving relationship with Christ. In just a short statement, my friend communicated an incredibly healthy view of program-based ministries. And so, he went outside his programmed ministry slot to find the best way to help this guy grow closer to Christ.
Andy is passionate about God’s Word and the transformation it brings in the lives of God’s people. One being that we also can loose up to 75% of our working memory when we are really triggered, which is why we sometimes get to the point to where we can’t even respond to people and shut down or even worse, lash out and say something we regret later. Otherwise, remember, we might be looking at 23 minutes of distracted time when you get off task.
Luckily, in those settings I do, but in everyday life situations, turns out it’s where I need the most work. I had multiple opportunities to practice patience when my email accounts stopped working, my phone email got messed up, my stereo system for my yoga classes wouldn’t work (all three completely unrelated or connected) and I had to spend 4 hours on the phone with Apple to only find out that we need to swipe my computer and start all over. I then found myself crying at the same time I was getting my frustration out and after about 20 minutes or so of this whole experience, I felt drained and exhausted, but it also felt really amazing. The discipleship small groups he was referring to are one of their programmed ways of facilitating in-depth discipleship.

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