Time is a Beautiful Thing December Letter 2021

Time is a beautiful thing

Time is great. Time to spend with loved ones, cozy up with your cup of coffee in the mornings and watch the fog outside of the window, and recharge your energy.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have more than enough?

Having more than enough time and energy go hand in hand. Take proper care of your energy and prioritize what is most meaningful for you, and time seems to be taken care of as well.

During college, I had to participate in time management tutoring. I really hated getting hyperspecific and granular. I saw no use in cramming in the to-do’s to the point that it was untenable. However, being very clear on what it is that you intend to accomplish gives you a bigger picture that helps make it clear what to prioritize to achieve the objective that really matters.

A lot of people, myself included, focus on trying to do all the things first. Starting with intent before action can make all the difference in streamlining your focus, attention, and efforts, which optimizes and leverages the energy that you have to go on and what is within your power to do something, anything about.

This is why I teach people how to manage their conscious awareness and energy as well as the loveliness of meditation, mindfulness, law of attraction, manifestation, co-creation, healing, and all the wonderful spiritual stuff in my course, Create the Life You Love.

When I worked with corporate entertainment, I struggled to find a way to feel that I had a sense of purpose, to feel that my work was in alignment with my values. That I was contributing something meaningful. Quitting my job right away and jumping on my desk to announce that I had it with this shit was not an option.

What I could do was implement conscious strategies. For example, to take the time each morning before the start of the day to focus and visualize the difference my presence can make for others, my workplace, the people my work serves, people I love, and the world.

That alone would shift my mindset and attitude no matter what was crammed into my calendar or my inbox. Someone once advised me on success with the words, “Leave your ego at the door and let your cause walk in.”

You do not have to be an entrepreneur, work for a non-profit, give away all of your belongings and pack up for Sierra Leone to become a missionary, or solve all of India’s poverty and hunger problems to do this.

It is a matter of how you approach anything and everything you do, from running errands and responding to emails, to how you talk to people, how you show up to a meeting, how you show up anywhere or do anything, really.

This is an incredibly valuable lesson I learned that helped me manage the shifting responsibilities of brain injury rehabilitation, work, life, relationship, and the new normal that continues to morph with time as I incrementally make more and more headway in the rehabilitation journey.

Little by little, I rebuilt my life after brain injury and this business. I am so excited about the levels of energy I now have to enjoy the time in my life and to show the world my creative offerings, my book, course, virtual community hub, and business. I have offers on offers on offers for you!

Would you like to meet me in person? If you live in the Portland Metro area, I am hosting a meet and greet with special guests presenting on spiritual wellbeing for creative success at the Wellness Loft inside of the Wild Fern Boutique in Vancouver, WA (secret wellness space!).

Sunday, December 5, I am presenting a workshop on the magic of present moment awareness and of your presence in this world at Dandelion Teahouse and Apothecary in Vancouver, WA. This is a part of the Create the Life You Love hybrid course that will be livestreamed to the virtual community hub.

If you are not living in the Portland Metro area, we can meet virtually! You can schedule a complimentary (free) 30-minute discovery call with me to apply to join my course, Create the Life You Love, or get into conscious strategy, which is where we put our beautiful minds together to come up with a game plan to help you with an area of focus of your choice.

To give you an example, here is a podcast episode of Chronicles where I answer questions about clearing distractions, self-publishing a book, and getting on camera.

Do you have any questions you would like answered on the next podcast? Reply to this email with your question!

Happiest of holidays! As we close this year (yes, already!!) I feel so grateful for you, for community, for everyone’s incredible love and support.

With love and gratitude,
Emma Bennett

P.S. FOUR down, more to go! As a note of gratitude, I pledged to give a portion of the proceeds of my Create the Life You Love course sales to nonprofit, arts, culture, and commerce organizations I love. ✅ Portland Art Museum, check! ✅ Vancouver Community Library, check! ✅ Portland Japanese Garden, check! ✅ Oregon Public Broadcasting, check! Thank you all so much!!

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