This week I was reflecting on some of the games I used to play when I was a kid. I remember playing games like hopscotch, double-dutch and kickball.
I’m sure some of you can relate to this.
With kickball, I remember we had this rule where we were allowed to call a certain number of “do overs” during the game. I Ioved this rule! It gave me permission to take risks because if I messed-up, I could simply call, “Do over!”
What would happen if we could call a “do over” when we made a mistake or something didn’t turn out as we hoped? How might this change things?What would happen if we could call a “do over” when we made a mistake or something didn’t turn… Click To Tweet
As adults, we actually can access the power of calling “do over”. This can help us remain hopeful and optimistic in our lives, and ability to grow and change. Each morning when we wake-up and start a new a day, we are blessed with another opportunity to try again.Each morning when we wake-up and start a new a day, we are blessed with another opportunity to… Click To Tweet
I share this with you, because it’s easy to feel discouraged when we “fall off the wagon” or continue to struggle with our desired changes. We may even feel like, we are too “old”, have made too many mistakes, or that it’s simply too hard to keep trying.
I challenge you to push back at this idea and know that each day and each moment is an opportunity for renewal. It is never too late to start again.It is never too late to start again. Click To Tweet
If you would like to explore how you can apply the “do over” rule to your life, then I invite you to register for my first Creative Circle Gathering. We will be exploring the topic of renewal with crayons, color pencils, watercolors, and words, next Thursday, May 26th between 5 – 7 PM.
Please click here for more information and to register.
I hope you can join us for this time of relaxation, play, and exploration.
Thanks so much for stopping by today.