Every day, as a coach, I have the privilege of supporting women who reach a higher level with their self-confidence. These moments of transition come from failed marriages, feeling trapped in unsatisfactory jobs, overwork, recovering from an illness, entering a new decade of life or sometimes just looking for something new. I think we can all agree that no matter what 2020 you are given, our recovery is all in order.
So, how do you take the pieces after a year that bring sickness and health, happiness and pain, and everything in between? This is what I will support you for today.
I know what it is like to be emotionally drained and blind. In fact, at various points in my life I have felt very depressed and lost – but thanks to self-discovery, self-discovery and self-empowerment, I was able to retrieve pieces and express a vision of the fulfillment of life and helped me make a mark in this proud and loving world.
“Life is not about finding yourself, life is about creating yourself.” – George Bernard Shaw
So, for the women who study today, who feel like you are spinning and getting nowhere, I want you to know, that it is time for you to regain your strength and build the life you want to live. This new year requires it. Your success needs it. You deserve it.
A woman with a vision in a place that encompasses all that she is and everything she does and begins to live a life of purpose – is a free woman. So I have 5 steps to support you in taking the pieces for 2020 and entering 2021 as the Queen.
- Create a health plan that guides your life
Most of us fly with life in the seat of our pants. Our work, our relationships, our health and our spiritual health are almost like buckets alone – which can put a lot of pressure on us. We begin to wander around in life with no hope that sometimes things will come together. When you have a life plan based on a concrete view of your life – and you have a plan where you can clearly see how all the pieces fit together to support your goal – you feel relaxed, enlightened and fulfilled.
- Be present now and improve your daily health plan
This does not mean that you write about the flu every day working on the text that guides your life, but it does mean that you take the time to learn more about yourself every day. The power of presence is invaluable – so get into that series of meditation every morning, set aside time for prayer, or combine two potatoes with one fork and do yoga to progress in your physical and mental goals at the same time. The current mind is a clear concept.
- Take extra care to save fuel
You have to fill your cup, before you have enough storage to fill the cups of those around you. When we lack it, we make decisions that reflect the way we feel about ourselves. Self-care helps you to keep your body, mind, and heart in balance and gives you time and space.
“Create your day in advance by thinking the way you want it to go, and you will deliberately build your life.” – Rhonda Byrne
- Develop supportive habits to become a better person
What habits, habits and practices are you doing right now? Do they help guide you in creating a happy life? Do they support the goals you have for your life? That is what we do consistently. So if you have a goal to feel healthy in your body, increase your water routine, set up a walking plan, start small and adjust your daily habits to the direction you want to see your health go.
- Create a public space
This period of isolation has heightened our common desire to share our light with others. Even the most hospitable people wish to be among the people, to laugh and have a good conversation. When our lives are full of love and fulfillment, we cannot help but share the good news with others. So create a space for people who are aligned with your vision and build a life that you love in the community and with them. When the tide rises, all the boats are lifted. Let’s all stand up together.
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