How do I LET GO of personal disappointments in my career and not take it out on my family?

The Letting Go Pro’s Response: This is a great question because many people have trouble separating what happens at work with what happens at home. Being able to understand and apply the secrets to Letting Go of Stuff can really come in handy during the drive (or ride if you take the subway) from work to home. There are two periods in which we hold on to disappointments at work: During that immediate trip from work to home at the end of the day after experiencing a disappointment. On a…

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Acknowledge Your Stuff

I know, everyone talks about letting go these days. Although I have been talking about it LONG before it became in vogue, let me share something with you that has absolutely changed my life. It is not something new, but SOMETHING THAT WORKS and my guess is, can change your life as well. This tip is about admitting that you actually do have something you want to “let go of” or change in your life. I know, and I bet you do to, LOTS of folks who BELIEVE that only…

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Develop A Relationship With YOU

I called my friend in California one day to see how she was doing. During the conversation, she asked my opinion of the direction she was going with her life. She said she was up for a new management position, but neither she, nor some of her friends, thought she was ready for it. She was bored, because she was not in a relationship, and had no one to occupy her time. She really wanted to “find a man,” but in her spare time had started reading philosophical books. As…

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15 Tips For Letting Go of Stuff and Living Longer

Eat Greens Every Day Reduce Salt Intake Meditate Once A Day For At Least 15 minutes Motivate Your Self Manage Job Stress – Leave The Stressors At Work Get In Touch With YOU. Pay Attention To Your Internal Dialog Laugh & Let Go Make Friends With Someone New Every Six Months Stimulate Your Mind With Health Info Get A Pet – And Spend Time Enjoying It Love Your Self First Keep Active – Take Daily Walks, Take The Stairs Exercise For 30 Minutes At Least Three Times A Week Get…

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Don’t Hold On To Grief In The Work Place

Identify the reason for grieving – for example – loss of family members, co-worker, and the like. Sometimes the not so obvious reasons cause us to grieve without realizing it. For example, if one is terminated from a previous employer; that person may come into the next (new) job feeling sad, and grieving over the loss of that previous job. Another example, people may grieve over the loss of a department, due to downsizing, and still some may grieve from the loss of a co-worker “not from death” but because…

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Journaling Through The Blues

The year was 1988, I had experienced the worst financial difficulty in my life, just a couple of months before the holiday season. Not only did my attorney at the time make me feel very bad about myself for considering filing bankruptcy, but also after having spent time as a bill collector, I knew how the banking industry treated people who would choose this alternative. Needless to say, the blues had found its way into my life, settled in, made a home, and had gotten very comfortable. I was able…

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Introducing our newest expert the Letting Go Pro Darren L Johnson

Darren L Johnson is an expert on Letting Go of Stuff® and is known as the Letting Go Pro. He has written and published numerous articles on letting go. In 1994 Darren created and began teaching Letting Go of Stuff®. During his twenty-five year career stint, Darren has worked with fortune 100 companies such as General Motors and Nissan, USA. As a speaker and consultant he combines personal experience, theory on change, and proven methods – all leading to success for his clients in the process of letting go of…

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