2016 is the Year of “Happy” at Lexicon. We’ve taken on the challenge of helping you find more of your own, bringing you holistic tips and techniques to help you find not only professional success but personal fulfillment. At the beginning of this month we launched a challenge to get that going.
Day twenty-seven of the 30 Day Life Challenge…
The quote that got this all started is “People don’t go out and live, but they expect life results.” We want you to start getting the results you want. For the last five days of the month, we thought it fitting to concentrate on the five senses that help us get everything.
The Sweet Smell of Success
We are fully aware that success and happiness are not necessarily the same thing. Having said that, we contend that just maybe success is a factor in experiencing happiness. Success is not just attaining professional goals, its also meeting those personal benchmarks that give us a sense of fulfillment. Many times those two areas of our lives intersect where our personal achievements catapult our professional abilities, or vice versa.
Today, our prompt to you is to go out and smell the summer roses. Take a deep, full breath of the summer air. Breathe in the moment. Now think about what you think you’d smell in that moment of victory.
Where is your nose leading you?
Often times as intelligent human beings full of our awareness and consciousness, we forget that at our most basic we are still animals. Our senses are always trying to tell us something. Your nose may be sniffing out your path to success and happiness without you even realizing. So today, follow your nose and see where it leads you.
We’d love to know what you find. Leave us a comment below to let us know where you wound up.
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