When you push yourself to the edge. You can not go on any more because you think you are going to die, or the pain is too great, someone always shows up for you.
Here are some stories, including my own, that is proof that when we need love the most, someone shows up... always!
Your past failures are haunting you. Those memories of things gone wrong pop up when you are approaching success or a moment that makes you hesitate because you don't want to experience the pain again.
That memory is your inner mind giving you the courage to take on this moment. To make it through this event or situation as the winner.
Learn to use you past failures as motivation to succeed in the future. It is who you are meant to be.
In your office are two groups of people who think they are entitled. The young millennials who the older people complain about and the second group is the actual older people.
Both group think they are entitled. Both groups are spending their time with their handout wanting to be given something just for being who they are.
That's not going to happen! Instead, use the time to teach young people how to communicate without a device and the older people have to remember that the golden years are about giving back, not taking it with them.
The problem in the office is that everyone is looking outside themselves and not investing in fixing themselves. Fix your office by fixing you!
Quite often when an opportunity comes to you, by default, you tell your story, your excuse, to not say "yes" to that opportunity.
Stop telling your story of excuses and take the uncomfortable challenge that will bring you the success you deserve.
Just say "YES".
I'm calling out all men who have left their wives for a younger version of her! I have heard this story too many times in the past months and it's time that I call man on this horrible behaviour.
This episode is for men, married or not. Women would learn allot too from this but this is specifically to stop the BS that men are doing to families, children, wives and themselves.
Hold on, this episode hurts but it's necessary!