“I Love The Way I Feel When I’m With Her.”

 

“I Love The Way I Feel When I’m With Her.”

That’s what a friend said when describing why he loves his girlfriend.

Just couldn’t have summed it up any more simply or perfectly than that.

Suffice it to say, human beings tend to often overcomplicate and over think situations — to the degree that little gets done to move forward with efficiency and results.

And the complaining and discontent and suffering roars on…

You know what I’m talking about.

If How You Feel = The Quality of Your Life, and if you feel like crap doing what you’re doing, or being with who you’re with, or being where you are, or any of the such, you would have to look yourself in the mirror and ask:

Ummmm, yah, so… *What Would Have to Happen* for me to love the way I feel?

Taking a personal inventory is a good start.

Start with what makes you feel awesome. Celebrate that.

And what comes towards the bottom of that list … that’s your challenge to solve.

And there is always a solution, if you want to feel good again, that is.

So, in the comments (or in the privacy of your own mind) fill in the blank re: persons, places, work, etc :

   “I love the way I feel when . . . “   

Here’s some of mine in no specific order:

 I love the way I feel when I’m coaching and inspiring awesome people to make positive professional change because I’m contributing to something greater than myself and helping others do the same

 I love the way I feel when I’m talking to my kids in our secret language because, well, just because

 I love the way I feel when I’m in the Tetons because I am void of ego when I’m there

 I love the way I feel when I’m anticipating adventure travel and when I’m living it big

 I love the way I feel when I’m with my high school friends because they love me for me and I love them for them