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Recently, when I was in the Sarasota, Florida, area for two speaking engagements, I stopped by the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art on Ringling Plaza.

This area was literally the world headquarters for the circus. The Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus.

Started in 1870 by a gentleman named Ringling, in Wisconsin, the circus eventually became a worldwide phenomenon. He had seven sons. His youngest son was John Ringling.

The other sons all participated in the circus. John was the one with business sense and he built the circus into a worldwide attraction.

In the winters, in nearby Venice, Florida, is where the circus had its winter home. John Ringling and his wife Mable brought a lot of culture to the Sarasota area. They built an art museum, which to this day still attracts many visitors. Behind the art museum is their incredible original home in the area. They had several other homes around the country. But, the one in Sarasota was magnificent.

The reason I want to talk to you about the circus is that all of us, these days, at one point or another, feel like our lives are like a circus.

There are three rings all around us. There are all kinds of challenges. We may feel like a ringmaster, trying to deal with all of the stress.

We have financial challenges, health and work challenges, and challenges with relationships. Sometimes it’s just a little too much as we try to keep all of those plates spinning.

What if we could focus on the most valuable thing first? Would that help us to ease up on the feeling of being in the middle of a circus? I think so.

When we think of too many things at one time, the mind goes around in circles and we’re not affective in any one direction. I want calm and peacefulness for you.

Declare the affirmation below, the first thing every morning and the last thing each night, and see how productive it can be. Let’s let the term “circus” mean a fun evening under the big top instead of too much stress.

I hope to see you Wednesday morning on Lifetime Television on The Balancing Act, 7-8 a.m. Easter and Pacific time.
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You are special. You are unique. You are destined for greatness. You are a Champion!

A Stress-Reduction Affirmation
I always do the most valuable thing first and quickly.

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