Episode 3: Being present, or living mindfully – what it is, why it is important and how you can do it (even if you hate meditation!)

December 21, 2022

Do you constantly find yourself counting days until the next weekend, or next summer, or next vacation? Do you often postpone important tasks with an excuse like, “I don’t have time for this right now, but later, in the future, when life gets less busy, this is when I will get on top of it”?

Or do you live your life regretting the decisions you made in the past? Do you keep replaying past events in your head again, and again, and again, and keep wondering what would’ve happened if things had turned around another way?

By doing all of that, by constantly thinking about the past or the future, you are losing an opportunity to be living your life TODAY. As a result, you are not able to fully experience the moment you are in right now, and therefore you cannot learn from this moment and cannot improve your life.

This is why it is so important to stay present, or live mindfully. You have probably heard about mindfulness in the context of meditation, but it is so much more than that!

That’s why, in today’s episode I am talking about all things being present, or mindful.

I am going to tell you exactly how to recognize when you are not being present, what symptoms or red flags to watch for. And I am also going to give you 10 (yes!) different and easy to do exercises that you can do today to bring your focus and attention to the present moment so you can finally start living your life to the fullest.

Are you ready? Let’s get into it!

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