A friend tells you XYZ and as you listen, you occasionally chime in with a “I get it”, or with a “I got it/I gotcha”.
I was recently watching the TV Show, Divorce Court, with Judge Lynn Toler, and while listening to the case she would say to either spouse, “I get it” and with great skills, tools, and practice she was able to shine light, insight, balance, and wisdom to the couple, and at the end of that case the couple really got it.
So, when I hear someone say, “I get it or I got it” it makes me wonder is that just the catch phrase of the day, or does that person really get it or really got it?
What skills, tools, and practice do you have to shine light, insight, balance, and wisdom not only to your life but also to the people you encounter with the phrase “I get it or I got it”?
It has been my experience that in order to really get it one must know and understand thyself. In my book, Yes Speak To Our Hearts Holy Spirit-Through Our Daily Practice of Listening, Recognizing, and Using Your Unlimited Gifts and Power, it highlights the tools, skills, balance, and wisdom one must practice to truly be able to say and understand like Judge Lynn Toler the importance of saying I get or I got it.
For the first five people to read and leave a comment to this month’s blog, I will give you a free ebook copy of my book to download on your favorite device.
Until the next time, I pray we all get it.