Why is it important to focus on what you want and on yourself?
In this video, Kim will share with you how she's focusing on what she wants and what she gets, in exchange for that.
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Focus on What You Want - TRANSCRIPT
One of the things that I try to do as much as possible is to focus on what I want, instead of what I don't want.
So for example, it could be that... again I have a lot of kids so when they're home lately, so that's what's on my mind.
But I could see for example if they leave a mess, I won't say don't leave a mess I'll say you know let's clean up.
So I focus on what I want as much as possible. And it's not always easy because you always have to remember to focus on what you want.
It's easy for people to get into a state where they are seeing what they don't want and they're upset about what they see and they focus on that aspect.
One of the things I try to do is see what I don't like and say but what would I rather have and move in that direction.