A Tossly Practice…

By matt
Aug 10th, 2014

… observes and guides personal change 

We all change, we have and will continue to do so. So it’s not a question of whether but rather how we will  change?

Changing one thing at a time, what we’re focused on, is normal and effective. You pick one what you want or need and a best way to do it (or give it a try). The thing is, if you consider the changes you’ve already made, there are sixteen components that are used, or could be used over and over again to guide your path. Those components are what a Tossly practice teaches. It’s a map, a compass, and a method for change. 

Will it work for you? Maybe, but if you don’t have anything to change right now, you don’t need Tossly. Come back when something changes. When you want to break-through the “I Can’t” and “I’m Not”, to “I Can” and “I Am”.  Here’s a step by step way (you pick the steps), to have more of what you want, and less of what you don’t want.

Have you been avoiding something you’d like to do?

Would you like to get better at something, or stop doing something?

Would you like more energy and stamina?

These questions, and importantly their answers, all involve the opportunities and challenges of making personal change.

Change will be the common denominator, whatever path you’re on, whatever comes to you life or you desire to bring to your life. And Tossly is about increasing ability to change, with principles and action steps that are used over and over again, as changes change.  

What changes have you been thinking about? What areas of your life do you want to improve? Are you ready to increase control, stay healthier, and move forward?

You can. You know. You also can’t, if that’s what you expect.

Learning to use personal change, even a little bit better, will  help in everything you do.

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