What I learned from a new bird…

How often do you pay attention to what's right in front of you?

For most of us, when we are in our comfort zone, we tune out.

We stop noticing things in our environment… even when things change.

We stay nestled in the safety of the familiar, numbing our senses with activities that don't actually enhance our lives.

We miss what's right in front of us.

A new bird species recently appeared near my home.

If I hadn't been paying attention, I probably would have missed it.

If I wasn't practicing being present in the moment, I never would have noticed a new bird.

But I did.

It brought me a great lesson. I share that lesson in this episode.

So, I'm wondering, what are you missing simply because you aren't paying attention?

What's slipping by you simply because the world has taught you to stop looking?

What are you sacrificing to stay within your comfort zone?

The price is probably bigger than you realize… and probably something you wouldn't intentionally choose if you were more aware. 


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