In the past two weeks we’ve broken down some steps to knowing who you are, and explored how to like the self you discovered. Now comes the deceptively challenging task of being who you are.
After we have a handle on knowing ourselves, that is after starting and never stopping the process of asking, listening, testing, changing and accepting, we're ready to take the next leap and learn to like ourselves.
This week I am excited to introduce a concept that we’ll be talking about for the next few weeks. It’s not a new idea, it’s not even my idea...
Personal opinions aren’t the only individual perspectives masquerading around as fact. World events happen, people report on them. The facts don’t change, and yet the stories do.
In this time of curated feeds and personal branding and Facetune and perpetual self-promotion, being genuine and living what we're posting is a value heading toward the endangered species list.
I came to the realization that all of those tough times and impossible situations were successes.
Lend him a helping hand. Put a little love in your heart!
My research led me to an interesting article about “empowerment”, which as we all know is one of my favorite topics. If you aren’t tired of hearing about the strength, tenacity, courage and capability lying inside each of us, read on!
In my career and community I talk with tons of people about how they want their lives to be. The thing I hear most often is “I need to exercise more”.
Please don’t let your lofty views of success, the glossy sheen of someone else’s life, or the visions in your head of what you thought life would be keep you from acknowledging when you do something right.