Sometimes, it's difficult to let go of the need to be "right." Whether it be in our personal lives or career, it's tempting to get the last word in, show others how smart we are, or prove our points until we frankly are exhausted.
Where does this need come from? Is it rooted in the need for perfection or perhaps that familiar fear of failure?
Most of us know the frustration that comes from laying in bed at night staring at the ceiling while we ride what I call the "righteous rumination wheel"... going over and over how we are right and "they" are wrong.... and how we are going to make everyone agree with us!
Wouldn't it be great not to care?
If we were able to get to that place, how would life be different? How would our minds, bodies, and hearts feel? Try holding on to THAT way of being and watch your life experiences change.
Sometimes my "theme for the day" is "Just Let It Be." The next time you hop on that need to be "right," make a conscious decision to simply let go and let it be.
All is well,