Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired of hearing your cell phone ring? The cell phone has added efficiency and even more convenience to life, but it has also added an interesting new challenge: where do you set your cell phone usage boundaries?
Help! I’m Being Attacked by My Cell Phone is a book about using your cell phone in a way that adds to your life instead of making it more hectic. It’s about recognizing and appreciating the people that are close to you and not putting them second to whomever is on the other side of the cell phone. It’s about creating balance in your life so that you feel happier and more fulfilled; so that your relationships are more rewarding and meaningful for both you and everyone else involved. It’s about choosing who you want to be and how you want to live your life instead of allowing the circumstances of the moment to choose those things for you.
Too many people rush through their lives, allowing life to happen to them instead of making conscious, deliberate choices about where to place their focus. It’s so easy to believe that because we’re busy and efficient, then we must be living life to the fullest. But finishing the errands or completing the to-do list is not what makes life fulfilling! I have come to the conclusion that in order to feel good about your life you must act consciously. You must make decisions based on what is most important to you in life. I have chosen four areas to focus on here: Relationships, Happiness, Focused Attention and Soul Living. I know there are many more. Maybe you can add to this chapter for yourself.
I’m Being Attacked by My Cell Phone is a short, insightful
book designed to give you a resource that will easily fit into your
schedule. Each chapter is full of wisdom written in an easy-to-laugh-along-with
style. There are also thought provoking questions at the end of
each chapter that will help you take an honest look at where you
are in your life now. When you take the time to answer the questions
thoughtfully, your answers will provide you with a starting point
to get you to where you want to go next in your life.
Change most often happens when the pain of the present moment becomes so great that we feel as if we must change. I am challenging you to really take a close look at how you use your cell phone and the impact that it has on the people around you, especially your loved ones.