Practical Guide to Being the Best You that You can Be.

By November 18, 2014Articles, Weekly Blog



There is one golden rule of thumb when it comes to getting the best out of things on the path of your life. And that is to simply be the best you that you can be.

I talk to many guides throughout a working week, and they all say the same thing to everybody that they watch over. They only want you to be the best that you can be. It really is as simple as that.

You can apply this rule to everything that you do. Everything should be seen as a masterpiece. First and foremost this means you, but it also includes the everyday things and the not so everyday things. Because everything is special and important.

The expression “its the little things that count” shines a light on the way that we do the little things, and that is what counts. Giving every situation your complete focus is one of the best things that you can do, it’s one of the best ways to contribute, and the only way to feel 100 percent satisfied with what you do.

If you are going to do something, do it well. If you are resting, feel good about it. If you are working, give it your all. You can always make the moment better.  A good way to begin is by asking yourself.

1. Am I completely satisfied with this moment?

2. What can I do to make it better?

3. Thirdly, and most importantly, act on it. Thought alone can only do so much, follow through is needed to make your train of though successful. Thought must always be followed by action.

It is easier to try to do your best than it is to not to try. Not trying can fill you with regret or dissatisfaction.

Allowing yourself to be led by the hand by this simple rule, to follow through on things that could be done better is to give yourself  and those around you a gift. Because it will make you happier and more satisfied, and really cement the fact that we do create our own realities, and that, is one of life’s most important fundamentals, that we hold everything that we need right now in our hands.


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