Have you ever thought of yourself as having voltage? Some folks call it energy, drive, chutzpah. I believe that if we begin to view ourselves as a battery, we can stay aware of what energizes us and remember that we have to recharge ourselves regularly. All of us thrive at different energy levels as well. What amount helps you stay in a positive frame of mind, get results and tune in to your inner guidance?
What about your teams at work – how do they maintain their drive and produce results? Personally, engaging with others increases my voltage. I also know that when I have alone time to do my practices, this too charges me up. So for me, keeping the balance of inward and outward movement in my life is important to stay present and sustain a steady stream of energy that provides results. Likewise, so much of what we do in our lives is about a dance of inner and outer ways of being. What are your practices and how much alone time do you need to recharge, if any? Everyone is different and we each have our own habits and rhythms that work for us. Have you defined yours? Has your team at work defined theirs? And how do you begin to merge your voltage with your team’s?
One of the amazing things about working in a team environment is the energy that it generates. When people come together there is an unseen element at play that supports the whole.
So we have to stay mindful of not only what feeds us, but how to incorporate the needs of our teammates and stay aware of the whole versus just the individual players. When we truly begin to stay present in a group and relaxed in ourselves, we can then successfully collaborate and merge with others. And this state of living creates solutions, insights and a life worth living.
So what keeps your voltage up?
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