but here’s something to ponder.
Life is such a roller coaster ride. Highs and lows are just a part of our lives and so is change. Sometimes we choose the change and sometimes it is thrust upon us. No matter how the change finds you, it can be a lot to handle.
Try to look at your transitional times as opportunities to grow and find out more about yourself. Take the time to process what you are going through and know that there is something wonderful waiting down the road.
Transitions are a great time to get to know yourself and choose the way you really want your life to be. It can be a time to figure out who you really are. It’s a clean slate for you to start writing the rest of your life.
Once you figure out who you really are, envision the life you want to have. This is a really fantastic realization! We all have the power to create the life we want. We can choose who we want to be. Believe that you have the power to write your story the way you want it to go.
It’s up to us to take responsibility for our own life and our own happiness. Once you figure that out there are no limits to what you can do and achieve. As time passes and we look back at the challenging times in our lives and we can be grateful they happened. Without them we would not arrive at at our somewhere wonderful or where we most desire to be.
Confused about figuring all this stuff out? There are people out there who can help. A life coach can give you the support and guidance you need to uncover your hidden talents and recognize your true desires. Two coaches whose work has inspired me are Cindy Holbrook, The Compassionate Divorce Coach and Al Diaz, The Guide.
Here are links to Cindy and Al’s websites.
Al Diaz http://www.mylifepurposeandgift.com
Cindy Holbrook http://www.coachingfordivorcedwomen.com
There are many more wonderful life coaches out there. If you are really serious about living to your full potential, you might want to give one of them a try.
Love, peace and happiness,