Thursday, October 21, 2010

Who will you invite to your performance?
















They say that LIFE is a lot like an on stage performance.

A performance where we sit at center stage. 

But did you know that we are also responsible for giving out the tickets to our performance and ushering the people to their respective seat.

We also decide who gets to sit in the front row and who really needs to sit within eye distance but maybe further away in the balcony seating. 

You'll soon find out that not everyone has paid the correct amount in positive currency, to have a front row seat in our lives.

We will always have people in our lives that we may need to love but entertain from a distance.

It's incredible just how much we can accomplish when we minimize the time and energy spent with high maintenance, negative and all consuming relationships.

So remember, it is you that is on stage - you have the best view!

Pay close attention to the people and relationships around you.

Learn to quickly discern which ones lift you up and which ones shove you down.

Look to the ones that encourage you but also identify the ones that only discourage.

After each performance you will be able to tell which ones leave you feeling better and which ones leave you feeling worse?

Which ones know and appreciate you and which ones don't?

The more you seek out people that will respect you, can grow with you, give you peace of mind, share their love and gratitude around you...

The easier it will become for you to decide who gets to sit in the front row.

Moreover you'll know who should be moved towards the back and or the balcony of your Life.

I was always told that if we couldn't change the people that are around us, we needed to CHANGE the people around.

Remember that the very people we invite to our performance will have an impact on our lives.

So be careful and choose carefully those that you are with.

It's your performance and your life...

Remember it's up to you who and what you let in it.

Make it a great dia!