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  • Writer's pictureGeorge Karavattuveetil

The Psyched! Journey

Updated: Jun 8, 2020

Psyched! …. An attitude and energy for the best life possible! It is an approach to all the successes and challenges one will face, as well as the people encountered along the way.

In the mid-80’s, I realized my passion and belief in others as well as the potential we hold for positive influence. During each moment, we make choices. Choices that impact us, along with the people and situations of which we are a part. How do you receive and respond to them? Do you bring positive and productive energy to situations or is your contribution negative and destructive? I have been known to ask clients whether others see them as energy sources or energy drains. On any specific day, being an energy drain is understandable. However, if that is the norm or expectation, it is an unproductive use of your resources. Not just for you, but everyone around you.

Bringing 100% to all aspects of your life is the core of being Psyched. Whether individual, family, school or work, you make an impact on everyone and everything with which you come into contact. You make a choice in how much of yourself you bring to each situation. Psyched is about you and you only – not a comparison to anyone else. It is about your individual thoughts, words and actions. The only remaining question is whether your impact is positive or negative.

In response to prompts from clients, friends and family, I am initiating Psyched Sundays! This blog’s purpose is to positively influence readers and support efforts to take control of what’s ours. It is to recognize all that is within one’s control and accept accountability for the consequences.

My goal is to have you join in a Psyched journey that involves Planning, Pursuit, and Performance. It may be a little scary as we begin to recognize and accept how much we do control. However, take comfort and confidence in that we’ll journey together. In all times, but especially during these unprecedented times, no one should have to travel alone …

Thanks for the company, and I look forward to the adventure!

“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” African Proverb


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