Coco Chanel said beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself. I believe this. We all spend so much time being what others wish for us to be, we sometimes
Plato said the greatest wealth is to live content. We are content when we are living OUR authentic best life. Ours, not someone
The greatest prison we can live in is the fear of what others think. Of course, this is part of low self-esteem, when we need others to validate us. As we grow and learn to be confident, we take our power back by validating ourselves. We can never give that important job to another.
Doubt kills our dreams, more than failure ever will. So we must cast all doubt aside and move forward towards our goals. Life will begin for us at the end of our comfort zone. As we push our selves and do those scary things. This is when real growth occurs. We never grow in the security of our comfort zone.
Sometimes we are fortunate and life is sweet, and we say thank you for this, and then as life often does, it takes a turn and becomes bitter, we say thank you for this also, and we grow. The people who are the most successful and content in their lives are able to look back and see the bad events in their lives as opportunities. Often in our lives, before something great happens, everything falls apart. It’s the algorithm of life.
So if you are in a downturn, be excited, the best is yet to come. Broken crayons still color. Go color your world confident and make it YOURS.
The answer is yes. Unequivocally Yes with a capital Y. The question is , does the constant barrage of bad news we are exposed to in local, national and international media affect us negatively? There are some things we can never…
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