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Ways to find encouragement: Lighten your load

Ways to find encouragement: Focus on solutions
Ways to find encouragement: Manage your time better
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Ways to find encouragement series:

Lighten your load.

Learn to let go. By learning to let go of the non-essential things that contribute very little value to your life, you make room for things of higher value.

Do you have an assortment of “stuff” you don’t use that simply takes up space? Consider getting rid of it.

Do you have ongoing obligations to things that add little to no value to your life that you wouldn’t agree to do if you were asked to commit to them today? If the answer is “yes”, it’s time to make an exit strategy.

Dramatic life changes can occur when you make a conscious effort to only surround yourself with those higher value things that you truly desire in your life.

When you reduce the number of low value things in your life that you are responsible for, it creates more space for higher value things. And that’s encouraging.

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Ways to find encouragement: Focus on solutions
Ways to find encouragement: Manage your time better
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