Imagine where you want to be five years from now. What do you want your life to be like? What will you be like? What will you believe? What sort of conversations will you have? How will you spend your time? How will you invest your energy and resources?
Break out of that blaming and shaming that has been so commonplace with this current election by focusing on the common ground, loving your neighbor, and recognizing that when we cut others off, we’re cutting off a part of ourselves as well.
Take control of the things you can, of the things that only you can control. Instead of getting bogged down in things outside of your control, focus on controlling your thoughts, feelings, language, and behavior.
Impostor syndrome is real. I often see it in my clients, and I’ve seen it in myself too. It creates issues around the notions of competence, confidence, and criticism.
You could say my guest today is my ideal client. Though she has had a challenging path, her tenacity for something better is driving her to change her life from the inside out.
Change is part of life. We were meant for change. Sometimes we seek to create change, and other times change happens to us. Either way, you have a choice about how you respond.