All too often, the word “impulse” is said with a negative connotation – it often sounds like a lack of control or an obligation – however, I like to view impulses a little bit differently… How do you handle impulses? If you view them as “shoulds” rather than a visceral knowing, you’ll really enjoy what I’m sharing with you today.
In a video that I shot at the edge of the Pacific Ocean, I share with you a story about something that happened to me while at a conference that you may be able to relate to. If you’re tired and often ignoring the messages that your body is sending to you, watch this:
I’d also love to hear from you — do you follow your healthy impulses or do you find yourself holding back and listening to the “should” part of your brain instead? Leave a comment below the video on YouTube.
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