We tend to focus most of our attention on the things we want and on the things we need to either do
more or less of. We spend little time looking at how we are being
- our state of existence. How we are being strongly shapes the way we experience life.
What if we paused to assess the areas of our life that need improvement? What if focusing first on how
we are being could lead to new behaviours and ultimately lead to a more fulfilled life.