Happiness is…

Happiness is being true to you. It begins with knowing what you want and allowing yourself to acknowledge it. Will you be true to you? If you know there is more to life than the way you’re living it but you don’t know what to do about it let’s talk and create a strategy for getting you there. Schedule a complimentary call with me HERE.

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Change happens when you’re ready for change to happen

I’m telling you, nothing changed in my life until I did. I’m just keeping it real. You see, I tried all the shortcuts to having the life that I wanted but none of it work. You want to know why? There are no shortcuts! You have to do the work. I was really good at starting things. I would be so excited and gung ho about my next venture. A few weeks in and I would fizzle, things weren’t happening quick enough, there was so much to be done, and I wasn’t sure that this was it anyway. So, I’d regroup and move on to the next good idea. Talk about frustrating! Well, it wasn’t frustrating enough because I continued this pattern for several more years. I wanted change but didn’t know how to change.

Then, it happened, my wake up call. I finally realized that there must be something to the information all the self-help books, personal development training, and countless interviews of successful people. These people all said the same thing…maybe there are no shortcuts, maybe there is no reinventing the wheel.

You see, nothing changed for me until I did. The same is true for you. If you want to have clarity in your life, see big change happen, and accomplish the things that you desire in your life, you have to become the person who has a clear idea of where you are headed, have a plan to get there, and do what’s required to achieve it.

The business you want to start, the amazing relationship you want, the degree you’ve been dreaming of, the leadership position at work, none of it is going to happen until you become a person who makes things happen.

Still not sure this is for you? How long have you been frustrated with how you’re living your life? Waking up each day saying “there has to be more to life than this?” How long will you continue to wake up disappointed with yourself because you know that you can be and do so much more? How long will you remain the same and not change to have the life you really desire?

If you’ve read this far, I know that you’re ready to take your life to the next level. You’re ready to show up in your life and achieve all that you know is possible for you. During private mentoring with me you’ll get clear about what you desire, identify limiting beliefs that have you playing small in your life, create a plan to have what you desire to be, do, or have in your life, and implement your plan.

Are you ready to change your situation? Schedule a complimentary strategy session let’s see what happens. SCHEDULE HERE

 

 

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I Hate My Life

Have you whispered these words before? I know that I have whispered some variation of them more than once. It wasn’t that I hated my life. I didn’t like the way that I was living my life but I wasn’t doing anything about it. That’s what I hated. The inaction is where my frustration lie.

If I was so frustrated with the way that I was living my life why wasn’t I doing anything about it? Good question. After all, if you don’t like the direction you’re headed change paths right?  Easier said than done. You see, I struggled with the following:

1. I did not know what I wanted my life to look like? Because I had not figured out what I wanted my life to look like I didn’t know which path to take.

2. I didn’t know where to start. I didn’t know what I wanted my life to look like and I didn’t know how to figure it out. Can you imagine how frustrated I was?

3. I wanted someone or something (a book an article) to give me a plan to follow. I knew that if I could find a book or an article or someone to show me what to do I could figure it all out. I needed a plan for figuring out what I wanted my life to look like.

Well, I found out that everything that I needed was available to me. However, it was up to me to use them. In order to use them I had to:

1. Make a decision. This sounds so simple but it is one of the hardest things to do. It wasn’t until I made the decision to change the path that I was on that I started to see things differently. It’s one thing to say that you don’t like the path that you are on, but until you make a decision that you’ve had enough of that path and are ready for something else, your mantra will remain the same, “I hate my life.”

2. Get clear on what I wanted my life to look like. Once I made the decision that I was ready to change the way that I was living my life I needed to figure out what type of life I wanted to live. I have to tell you, the only one who knows the type of life that you want to live is YOU. Yup, that’s right. You are going to have to have to take time and ask yourself some questions and answer them too. This can be fun. Answer questions like what do I want to have, what do I want to do, what type of person do I want to be, what do I want to learn, what do I like?

3. Take consistent action. Once I had an idea of what I wanted my life to look like I had a starting point. I chose something from my list and did what I could towards making it a reality. Sometimes the step I took was as simple as buying a book or borrowing one. The important thing was that I took action. No matter how small, you have to do something. Action causes momentum to build and momentum is what you will need to make the life that you want a reality.

So, if you’ve been saying “I hate my life” more than you care to admit I want to encourage you to do the following: make a decision, figure out what you want your life to look like, and take consistent action to make that life yours.

Let me know how much fun you’ve had mapping out your new life 🙂

 

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