The Value of Lightness
Are there things in your life that feel heavy and "work"-like? For me, dinner has long felt like a task that really weighed me down. I didn't like how it needed to be planned, I didn't like how long it took to make, I didn't like how short it took to eat, and I didn't like how I didn't appreciate how it tasted once I'd cooked it. The action was wholly undesirable to me. Yet I had to eat — and so did my family. What was I to do? I needed to find a way to enjoy the process of the action ...
Improving Your Game
Like any game, if you don't actively participate in it, you will not be a player. If you can see money as a game, you can understand the importance of playing with money; of learning to flow with debit and credit. Like in any game, it's important to your success as a player to maintain a positive attitude, regardless of where you are in your flow. Whether in debit or credit, your job as a player is to ensure you are always doing your best while in the game.