Questions From Polly


  ""Questions from Polly" offers a few moments to pause and reflect in ways that are meditative, encouraging, thought-provoking and sometimes like an arrow straight to the current matter one wrestles with."


Here's an example of what you can expect to receive:

"The evidence of your belief is action."

I saw this phrase on a business marque the other dy when I was on my way to a client.  It felt like a lightening bolt in my brain!  So often we woner why we take action on certain ideas and not on others.  This seemed like the simplest, most straight forward answer.  The trick can be tracking down which of our beliefs is misfiring when we keep putting something off.  For instance, let's say you're trying to declutter your basement.  Now, we know that it is technically possible because other people have decluttered their basements.  So now you have to start asking yourself what you believe about YOU being able to declutter YOUR basement.  Maybe you believe that you don't have the time or that you don't know how to get started or you don't know what to do with all the stuff you no longer want or.....or.....or...etc.  The beliefs are as endless as there are people to think them.  The good news is that once you know what this is, you can decide if it's really true or if it's just old baggage.  Once you can make a shift, action will be easy.  If you find yourself consistently avoiding something, ask yourself:


Here is the Question:

What do you believe about the task that is preventing you from getting  started?


Click here if you'd like to sign up!  As a "Thank you!" for signing up, you'll receive a digital copy of Naming and Sharing Your Unique Contribution and the companion worksheets to help you figure out what is essential to you and how to include more of it in your life.  The greatest gift we have to offer the world is a happy self!


What people are saying:

"No matter what my schedule entails, I always take those moments to read what Polly has to say. Usually I just go about my business, but there are times I feel she has read my mind and knows exactly the words I need to hear. I have passed them on to help friends, replied from time to time in appreciation, and undoubtedly her words have become a part of the changes in awareness and presence that I begin to recognize in my journey. I may skip many of the things I would like to do, from exercise to meditation, but there is always a few moments for Polly. She is a gifted lifeline."                     -Jennie H.