If You Can’t Stop Rushing, Watch This Video

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It’s strange how this works, but it really does!

“Rushaholics” believe that there is so much to do and so little time, and so, therefore, they must rush. But in rushing, you forget things, you don’t do things in the right order, you get flustered so things take longer, etc. Instead, if you have a number of things to do, I suggest slowing down and realizing you will get more done. Focus on one thing at a time, do it slowly and methodically, and don’t worry if everything doesn’t get done.

One powerful tool here is something I developed called the “Slow-Motion Technique”. As you go through the day, move around 30% slower than you would normally. Think slower, move slower, type slower, walk slower, breathe slower. In this way, you can stop yourself from rushing, and enjoy doing things in a slow methodical fashion.

Yes, you may have quite a few things to do.

But there is no benefit in rushing.

Just do them slowly, methodically step by step. You will get it done! Don’t worry! And ask yourself, what’s the worst that can happen if you don’t get things done?

Let it go, so what if it all doesn’t turn out perfectly.

Breathing is so important. Breathe slower and deeper throughout the day. Enjoy doing the things you do in a calm relaxed manner with a nice smile on your face.

No more rushing around anymore, just take things calmly and easily. Forget trying to do everything on your to-do list. Life is not one long to do list!

It is about enjoying the moment.

For more information, please watch this video

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Lots of love, Ashok



Ashok Gupta is the Director of the Gupta Program. He has dedicated his life to helping people get their life back from Chronic Illness, improving people’s well-being, and helping them achieve their potential. He has been teaching meditation around the world for over 15 years. He runs a global e-clinic specializing in treating ME, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia & Multiple Chemical Sensitivities – guptaprogram.com

Ashok has spent many years researching the brain neurology of emotion and linking well-being tools with science. He has published medical papers on the basis of stress-related illnesses. He has appeared in many media as an expert on stress on the BBC, CNN, Guardian Newspaper, ITV, The Independent, and many others.

He wrote and presented the Meaning of Life Experiment which is a Free, Award-winning Meditation and Self-Development App www.themeaningoflife.tv

He also works with companies around the world, teaching courses in Leadership, Time Management, and Personal Development. www.ashokgupta.tv

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