In workshops, I have asked this same question. People begin to name their priorities: family, happiness, reputation, respect, or even profit. Does that provide a moment-by-moment re-orientation?
The other day, I was on a crazy, spinny ride with my daughter. I told her, “Keep your eyes focused on the middle, right in the center.” In the middle of the ride, I did just the opposite, looking to my side.
I was immediately dizzy. But as soon as I turned my focus back to the center, the middle point, my focus came back. The dizziness fell away.
In this dizzying world, what is your center point? I’ll tell you mine. . .