This is perfect for you if you are struggling to sustain new habits or achieve goals you may have set for yourself.
Being vulnerable is a gift we can give to ourselves and others yet we often hide behind the facade of perfection. Learn two things that can help you be more vulnerable and how important that is.
Is there one Universal truth that will work for you?
Who am I?
I have this knack for helping people live THEIR life. I will listen, pay attention to stories, find the areas where you are stuck, and come up with a game plan to help you take control of your life. I will be like your bestie that tells the truth and nothing but the truth and is there for you EVERY step of the way. If you don’t take the time to discover what you really want and live your life according to what you truly value – you will never be able to get rid of that restlessness and sense of feeling lost and you will always feel like something is missing.
Research shows that you can be just a little bit more convincing and persuasive when using one magic word. Use it at work, with your spouse or anywhere in life where you want to make things go your way (in a super duper ethical way, of course).
Everyone wants to be their own boss, right?
I meet people daily who absolutely love and need the confines of a job or an office to be happy. Some people like the structure and following lead and some people must do their own thing.
Do you know what you prefer? Unless you know what truly will make you happy, you will always flounder. Today I offer few tips to help you determine whether you are a solopreneur or 9-5er so that you can move forward crafting your life accordingly.
Remember, once you have an awareness about something - it is hard to ignore it.
Have you ever lost a friend, either by your own volition or theirs? Even when we decide that a certain friend is no longer someone we want to be around, we tend to feel a sense of loss. For whatever reason, we tend to make ourselves feel wrong even though we KNOW that a particular friendship is not serving us any longer. We make it mean something about us and our sense of worth.
My two cents: it's part of life, it's normal (everyone goes through this), and it may end up being the best thing that happens to you. We need to end this cycle of self sabotage by making ourselves wrong for things that are bound to happen. It shouldn't define you or make you feel less.
99.9% of people make life decision based on opinion of others. That’s SCARY! Please don’t be one of them, there is a better way