It takes courage to stand in your truth. Be AUTHENTIC. No matter how “ugly” it is, your truth can set you free. Remember, you are on this journey for a reason. Be a LIGHT.
Life is made up of experiences and experience yields wisdom. Mistakes are inevitable. Focus on the lesson instead of the mistake. Share your story-it could be the difference between success and failure.
Explanations aren’t a requirement when doing what’s best for you. There will be uncomfortable moments in your journey, but when we live the life that was intended for us, we end up just where we are supposed to be. Compromise is a great tool, but be careful not to let it interfere with your quest to get where you were meant to go.
Create your own opportunities, it’s a sure way to end up in the role that fits you best. The first step in this journey is “stillness”. Sit with yourself-hear your soul-disregard any notions that aren’t your own-and don’t question what is revealed to you. Sometimes the depth of our own potential can be a little intimidating. We’re afraid of failure-we don’t trust our own abilities. Believe in the vision you have for your life. May it fuel your ambition.
“People pleasing” is exhausting. You put all of your energy into trying to adhere to expectations that have evolved from other people’s shortcomings and insecurities.
Life is not always “a good time” but what I’ve learned to do is let all of the good in my life consume me. I immerse myself in it to the point where nothing can still my joy-at least for long. This kind of joy does not evolve from material things-those things only bring superficial happiness and artificial joy. I’m talking about the kind of joy that comes out of knowing-accepting-and respecting who you are. When you love yourself, people feed off of that energy. Sometimes they react negatively and sometimes positively, but the beautiful thing is that, no matter how they react, it has no real effect on you. Unfortunately, there are people who can’t handle being around “happiness”-who can’t handle the transition of you coming into who you are-it somehow makes them feel “a way” -they are “affected” by it. These people have no place in your circle-no place in your life. They exude negative energy-an energy that is fostered by their own personal shortcomings and insecurities. Some of these “issues” might not even be their fault-maybe their upbringing or a tragedy brought it on them. But, one thing is for certain…..it is definitely not your “issue”. In this world we live in, we have to be our own source of joy. Work hard to create a life that you are happy with-become the person you want to be- and remember not to consider any “standards” except your own. People can only “judge” a person to whom their opinion matters.