Mindset Mondays with DTK – Ep #104 — It takes all three.Many years ago I had a client whose hobby was woodworking with a particular passion for building furniture. One specific life-lesson he took away from his hobby was that a three-legged stool never wobbles. That reminds me of another truth shared by Wallace D Wattles:"No one of the three — body, mind, or soul — can live fully if either of the others is cut short of full life and expression.”In order to truly thrive, each of those three elements must be attended to, cared for, and fed … in balance. No one can take privacy over the other.Yet how often do we over-nurture one over the others? Or neglect one in service to another? Or, worse yet, become unconscious to all three?How level is your stool?

Posted by David Taylor-Klaus on Monday, February 17, 2020

Mindset Mondays with DTK – Ep #104 — It takes all three.

Many years ago I had a client whose hobby was woodworking with a particular passion for building furniture. One specific life-lesson he took away from his hobby was that a three-legged stool never wobbles. That reminds me of another truth shared by Wallace D Wattles:
“No one of the three — body, mind, or soul — can live fully if either of the others is cut short of full life and expression.”

In order to truly thrive, each of those three elements must be attended to, cared for, and fed … in balance. No one can take privacy over the other.

Yet how often do we over-nurture one over the others? Or neglect one in service to another? Or, worse yet, become unconscious to all three?

How level is your stool?

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