New beginnings often bring self-examination. We review the past year and set goals and dream of what's to come. It's a time for growth; a time to examine false beliefs and shine the light on what's really true for us. Then, when it's all said and done, it's time to act. Without action, our dreams will remain in our hearts, our goals in our heads. 5-4-3-2-1-Launch!
It's how we respond to life's lessons in that moment that helps define who we are and is one of the largest areas in which we have total control. That's why 20/20 vision (20 hindsight and 20 foresight) when mixed with reflection is so powerful!
Have you ever been stuck? Maybe you're doing the same thing over and over again, and you feel as if you're not moving forward. Maybe you're going against your training or your gut. Maybe it's fear keeping you stuck or maybe you're simply overthinking whatever it is you're doing! This is what led me to being stuck in traffic and made me realize it was a metaphor for my life!
"Just Do It!" Nike is onto something there. These words have become ever so powerful and now I'm applying them to my own life. I'm taking on the mantle this year to simply get stuff done, even if I am a bit late to the game. A dream or goal without execution will remain unfulfilled. Often what stops us from moving forward are those false beliefs we hold. Join me as I kick them to the curb in order to better serve you!
The 5 Second Rule by Mel Robbins is life-changing! And it's an easy concept to understand that will get you thinking about who you are and where you want to go...and it will take you there! It holds you accountable in an easy, but powerful way and it's kind of like a fun personal challenge. You are accountable only to yourself and that is as it should be! I hope you enjoy the post. Please share with me if this philosophy changed your life as well. :)
Women are like tea bags. We are strong and resilient. We have ways of coping that allow us to move through tough situations. There is no doubt that a strong circle of girlfriends is just one of the supports we put in place. What does your cape look like?