Does your anchor stop you drifting off course or hold you back?

Today in our morning meeting someone described a role as that of an anchor for our group. The anchor of our group, the team member who provides stability and stops us from drifting. When one is facing an uncertain path the anchor can provide grounding and help keep one in the space to focus on the task at hand.

An anchor, on the other hand, can also hold one back, it can get snagged and hinder your progress. An anchor is a heavy weight to carry around and it can be both useful and a hindrance.

Are you mindful of what your anchors are and how they serve you? By practicing daily mindful exercises you will be able to become far more aware of what anchors you have and whether or not they are serving you.

For tips on mindfulness exercises follow myeverydayisaholiday

 

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About Dylan Murray

just an ordinary chap on a mission to enjoy life, and live to my full potential. I am a father of three and a friend to many. I live and work in a little piece of paradise we like to call The Kowie. I have a keen sense of adventure and I enjoy the outdoors. I share my life and adventures with Tania, who is my Soul Mate, Lover, Companion and fellow Adventurer. Together we are creating our legacy and loving this journey called life.
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