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    Stop thinking, start living

    I try and read the book Stop Thinking Start Living at some stage of each year.

    It's a classic and a quick read and is a brilliant reminder to get outta your head and into yer life!

    I might read it on a plane, while I'm staying in a hotel while away for work or simply pick it up and read a few chunks when I need it, or even when I don't!

    When things get a bit much or you find yourself deep in your thoughts... too deep... this one can work so well. 

    The first time I read it, I wrote up this page of dot points on a piece of bright pink fluro paper.

    This page is a little faded now, but it is my list of reminders on a pinboard in my office to help me lead my own thinking better. It's my shortcut to the book, my key messages or my list of 'must try and dos'. 

    While the dot point list has sentimental value, I find it challenging to recall any more than one or two from the list - no matter how many times I've read it. 

    So this visual I created this afternoon will give my mind all the visual anchors it needs to recall the detail and retain the essence of my 'takeaways' of the book - so much better than the list. 

     It's my end of year wish to you that you too can stop thinking and start living - particularly at this time of year when families are together... or not, and friends are there for you... or not.

    You are always there for you. So get on and live rather than thinking about living. 


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