on finding your seat
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I’ve been flying by the seat of my pants for most of my life.
I spend much of my working life seated.
Losing your seat is a terrible thing. If you’re a politician it means you lose your place at the trough. If you’re waiting for a flight? That’s really terrible.
And being unseated from a horse?
That’s a painful process. Trust me. I know.
A seat at the table means you get to eat.
A seat at the table means you are part of the conversation.
When we ‘find our seat’ on a horse, we find our power.
We keep our seats on a horse with strong core muscles.
We keep our seats at the table with strong core values.
So, sit there. Notice your ass in the seat and the seat on your ass.
Feel good eh?
Let your power to be present flow through you.
Sometimes where you’re sitting stinks. Crappy people in a crappy environment doing crappy work can make you feel like crap.
So take a look around you.
Are you in a palace or a washroom?
Your throne doesn’t merely have to be a toilet.
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