Strings – when we relate to, truly hear, or have something resonate in a way that inspires us to focus.
Focus – when we let all the irrelevant, untimely, misguided or disempowering squirrels in our mind run off without the slightest of chases.
Strings and focus feed off one another, and having people in our lives that are attuned to what might resonate makes all the difference.
If you’re reading this newsletter regularly, you’re someone that cares, works hard, lives for others, thinks strategically, is compassionate, and wants to grow. And you know people who are similar.
You also have antennas. We all do.
And to be our fullest selves we rely on relationships in which antennas are functional. You know, the kind where you communicate with someone in multiple ways – through conversations, interactions, and a 6th sense that relies on understanding how that person views their own experience.
Whether a helpful word or a bit of perspective, we have to remember that what we offer shouldn’t be about us. Imposed views rarely do well, better to harness what’s already there & not one-size-fits-all this thing.
But antennas need practice and relationships worth having put in that work.
We know we’re doing OK when we feel the strings and focus.