We all want to be successful in building our destiny, but how do we get there?
This is something I struggled with.
I would have an idea of where I wanted to be, but the connection from where I currently was seemed too convoluted. There were too many unknowns, and that would often deter me. I was trying to leap across a river that was too wide, so I would get deterred and give up because I couldn’t cross it all at once. Pretty unrealistic, right?
I know that happens to a lot of us, and when I finally asked people who had succeeded for help, they showed me the proper way to organize, strategize, and plan for my success. They also held me accountable for my goals, wether I hit them or not.
Are you stuck on the verge of success?
Can you see your destiny?
Do you feel like you know your purpose in life but can’t quite reach it?
Or are you having trouble finding your purpose?
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I for one, cannot bring more than one serving of Ice Cream or cookies home, otherwise I will eat them all. There is something about the way my body reacts when I get the sugars into my body it makes me want to binge, then comes the guilt and heartburn.
When I do regress and get to much, guess who pays the price? Me. Owning that helps from beating myself up too much and deters me from overdoing it next time.
Recognizing patterns in one self and taking those moments to listen to what is going on internally is part of the path to healing. One must get themselves into a state where they are able and willing to listen to themselves.
I searched and had help over the years learning techniques and recognizing patterns in myself. Let me help you do the same.
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I have some big plans for this site including a blog, events, and tips for your wellness and mine.
Until then, email me firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text me at (512) 524-3675.