Session 9: Circle of Fire

no, thank you. yes, please.

When do you choose quality? When do you choose cheap?

Quality easy has fewer things on the to-do list and is a brilliant delegator. Quality easy trusts the timing of things. It knows it’s better to hold out for what’s right than to deal with the mess of extracting from a bad compromise. Quality easy has a sense of expansiveness.

On the other hand… Cheap easy is a sucker for a discount. Cheap easy can’t see that some losses are gains. Cheap easy stays in a stifling relationship because it seems easier than facing the heartbreak and dividing up the furniture. Cheap easy is frequently in a rush, a smidge desperate, and usually scrambling for options.

Choose quality. Easy.

What’s on your Stop Doing list?

If you’re going to realize your intentions, what you stop doing is just as important as what you start and continue to do. This is where “quitting” crosses over into enlightenment. Stopping = the white space. Stopping = room to run free and create from the deepest place of being without restraint or compromise. Stopping = more time for what matters most. You know how to go, go, go. Stopping, however, is the stuff of smiling Zen masters with all the time in the world.

Stopping what’s distracting, draining, or aggravating doesn’t require any heavy lifting or extra stamina—just love and self-respect.


Worksheet: Stop Doing

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