Bringing our all to the task

It is probably fair to suggest bringing our all to the task we are faced with is as much a mindset as an approach to work.

Once we’ve decided to move forward with our plans, bringing our all to the task seems a pretty sensible thing to do.

We may feel caution is appropriate yet holding back from bringing our all to the task is a way of hindering our eventual success.

Putting our all into each action ensures we remain true to our objectives and life in every moment. Nobody can ever accuse us of doing things half-heartedly when we go about bringing our all to the task before us.

Any doubts about our commitment to joint-venture or activities of collaboration are likewise put to bed if we are bringing our all to the task in question. Whether it is sufficient is, of course, another matter.

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Brian Groves DipM MCIM Chartered Marketer, Coach, Trainer and Author, supplies professional and personal development to a portfolio of corporate and individual clients.

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2 Responses to Bringing our all to the task

  1. jeanw5 says:

    The problem arises, Brian, how can we know if and when we’ve brought it all, or are actually bringing it all to the task. Surely there is a time to move forward and a time to – isn’t that what has been said by the wise ones of ancient times? “To everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven; a time to ….” Perhaps you advice is more appropriate for big time operators than for simple souls such as myself. And, perhaps, more for those who know they are in control of their destiny, than those of us who seem to be not much more than channels of higher energies/entities. I seem to both want to give my all and, at the same time, serve to be a means and way for an inner (?) energy to express itself. How to serve my muse and myself as well as I might, when I’m not that bright? That is my question.

    • bgdtcoaching says:

      Hi Jean,

      Many thanks for connecting here and sharing your thoughts.

      You raise an interesting point. I feel we always ‘know’ deep inside our heart/mind the true extent of our efforts. However, reflection, stepping back and taking a rest when needed, all remain key elements of any endeavour and maybe this ties in with the idea you mentioned concerning ‘a time to move forward and a time to …’. Could we ponder whether ‘giving our all to the degree we are capable of doing so at any moment’ is indeed a way of serving our higher purpose?

      Again, thanks for being here and if you’d like to explore these ideas further, also via Skype or Google hangout, please let me know.

      Kindest regards.


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