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Being in transition is a wonderful opportunity for growth. Take a look at the parts of yourself and your life that you most value– how can you bring those parts of yourself into your new role?
Dr. Shannon Kolakowski, Psychologist and Author
It doesn’t matter how you choose to live your life — whether you build a business or work a corporate job; have children or choose not to have children; travel the world or live in the same town all of your life; go to the gym 5 times a week or sit on the couch every night — whatever you do, someone will judge you for it. There will always be haters and difficult people.
I saw a dear friend a few days ago. I stopped by to ask her how she was doing, how her family was. She looked up, voice lowered, and just whimpered: “I’m so busy… I am so busy… have so much going on.” Almost immediately after, I ran into another friend and asked him how he was. Again, same tone, same response: “I’m just so busy… got so much to do.”
“Money is numbers. And numbers never end. If it takes money to be happy, your search for happiness will never end.” ~Bob Marley
Blaming Others – Chronic negativity can literally kill you and this has been proven scientifically. Drama queens can destroy your life.
It’s never too late to reinvent yourself. Change means reinvention. “You’re never too old to set another goal or dream a new dream.”~ C. S. Lewis
Many of us talk about the discrepancy between a photo on social media and reality in relation to loneliness.
“Every thought you think and every word you speak is an affirmation. All of our self-talk, our internal dialogue, is a stream of affirmations. You’re using affirmations every moment whether you know it or not. You’re affirming and creating your life experiences with every word and thought.” ∼ Louise Hay
When You Don’t Live Up to Your Parents Expectations by Karl A. Pillemer, Ph.D., Professor of Human Development, Cornell University
How do today’s parents cope when the dreams we had for our children clash with reality? What can we do for our twenty- and even thirty-somethings who can’t seem to grow up? How can we help our depressed, dependent, or addicted adult children?
Evan Carmichael explains how we all have one word that defines our life. When we find it, and live by it, the quality of our life changes.
While there is no one tool that every person ‘must’ use in their personal development work, or to aid in energetic transformation so you can get your much desired ‘stuff,’ I am a huge proponent of meditation, and I recommend everyone at least give it a fair shake to see if something clicks.
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