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In last week’s post, I provided you with evidence of why you are good enough and can tackle anything in your life. This week in preparation for the end of 2017, I want you to avoid a New Year’s resolution and adopt a lifestyle change.
You make New Year’s resolution every year around this time. Do you remember what your resolution was for last year? Were you able to accomplish it? How long did you stay motivated to work on your resolution? You have spent too much time not reaching your goals. This year do something different. You need to avoid making a New Year’s Resolution and instead make a lifestyle change. I am now accepting clients for 1:1 coaching to create a lifestyle change, click here for more details. Here are the five steps to get the permanent changes you are looking for.
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In last week’s post, I shared how you can use failure as a pivot and motivation to find a new opportunity. This week I want to remind you that you are good enough. You can improve your self-esteem, self-image, and the narrative in your mind with these reminders.
You need to see the proof and evidence that you are enough. In your relationship, friendships, job, and family, you are good enough. If you don’t believe me, here are five reminders.
In last week’s post, I shared three steps on how to overcome your fear and get on with your life. Now that you have moved through your fears, it’s time to work on failure. Every one of us fail at things. Whether it is a relationship, friendship, work expectation, maybe even a goal that is set for the day. I fail at something every single day. Some of my failures are small and others are huge.
You feel frustrated and irritated that you can’t accomplish your goals. You can’t figure out why you keep hitting a road block. Do you feel that you give it your all and you still can’t complete your goals? Have you thought about changing jobs? Have you tried to lose weight but can’t? Do you want to leave your unhealthy relationship but can’t decide what’s best?