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Looking for the Good

Looking for the Good
It also is a great reminder for us recovering perfectionists who can easily find what’s wrong instead of seeing what is right. We can also have a hard time taking a compliment and feeling like we do enough, have enough, or are enough. Yup, looking for the good can be a challenge.

 If you lean towards perfectionism in your life practice these simple, but not easy steps:

1. At the end of the day, write down 5 things you can take credit for.

2. Give a compliment to someone you know needs one.

3. Accept a compliment with a Thank You, or How kind of you, instead of replying, "Yeah... but", or "It was nothing."

Looking for the good is really nothing more than making an active decision to see the glass half full. And whether it’s a yoga pose or a cleaning project, a good perspective goes a long way.

Please share your comments and or challenges below!

By Diane Sieg
With a career that has taken her from the chaos of the emergency room to the calm of her yoga mat,Diane Sieg first discovered yoga as a great source of physical and emotional healing during a personal crisis and has been practicing ever since. Today, as an Anusara-Inspired yoga teacher, professional speaker, published author, retreat facilitator and life-saving coach, Diane empowers people to live their most authentic life, both on and off the mat. Her teaching style is a calm intensity with strong alignment based principles. Diane is the creator of 30 Days to Grace: A Daily Practice to Achieve Your Ultimate Goals, both in CD and book format. Read more about Diane at

Check out Diane's new meditation, as well as guided breathing exercises and classes below:
30 Days to Grace – Diane Sieg
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