Being Present

To perform to our potential requires us to actually show up. In fact, Woody Allen once said, “Ninety percent of success is just showing up.” But too often, we fail to show up and really be present, focusing on where we are, what we’re doing, and who we’re with.

Often what keeps us from showing up and being present is that we are obsessing about the past and the future. We get caught up in the “What Abouts?” (the past) and the “What Ifs?” (the future). One of the consequences of being caught in the past or present is that we burn up our two most valuable assets: our brain and our time.

We need to learn to shift our brains so that we’re operating in the present tense, not the past or future tenses.

How do we do that? How can Inner Armor help us to preserve our most valuable assets and operate in the present tense?

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