Most of us dream of living a fulfilled life. We imagine what it would be like to have everything under control; in full command of our day, with a healthy body and in a loving relationship.
In truth; when we want to make changes ~ it requires a deeper understanding of the mechanics of change. In other words; old habits die hard. Sometime our patterning lies so deep that we might not even be aware of the core (where it began).
But, the reality is this. As soon as you begin to make any significant and positive changes in your life; the big "R" will come creeping in. That word is Resistance.
It is when you learn how to recognize this resistance; and even accept that it will be a part of your journey- that acceptance will help you to begin to overcome the fears and the "yeah-buts" that are always involved in making change.
Taking back your power is the key.
My clients get results and we get there fast. What do we do differently?
Step 1: Make Peace and Let Go of the Past
Step 2: Be Kind to Yourself and Set Realistic Expectations
Step 3: Stop Obsessive Thoughts to Overcome Negativity
Step 4: Embrace Your Fear of Failure
Step 5: Reframe Your Beliefs
Step 6: Take Back Your Power and Carry Yourself with Confidence
Step 7: Take Action NOW
Ever notice that when you are fully committed to making changes; when ALL of your energy is directed and focused to create a new habit, or let go of self-sabotage~ that everything seems to flow easier? You might be led to the right book, or have a conversation with someone that leads to the next step and to the next step.
Gather a support system of like-minded folks who will not judge you; and will provide you with the needed encouragement to make these positive changes. Hire a coach who can help you take the steps needed to bring you to the life you desire.
Reclaim Your Power~ Take Back Your Life!
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A recent talk at a local library-(see picture) led me to a fascinating discovery:
Humans are an interesting bunch.
Most of us spend many hours, many days and many years in thinking mode.
We think of what has happened to us, or what will happen.
The human brain ruminates, plots, plans, worries, and dreams up many “what if” scenarios.
Wouldn’t you like to get to a point where you are running the show of what your brain thinks about?
What if you were able to take a big step back from the mind chatter and to sort out what is important and what is distraction? How would you feel about being able to make decisions from a clear and calm center?