Make a decision that you are serious about wanting to change, and get the tools to shift towards your new goals. Learn to trust yourself!
Learn to apply your commitment in a consistent, conscious way, and appreciate the value of discipline. There is a natural rhythm, and if we allow ourselves to become intuitive and sensitive again, there will be an internal response, a realization of what we need to do for ourselves.
- Learn to trust your own self-regulation and find balance.
- Learn what feels healthy, helpful and supportive.
- Become attuned to what naturally, organically works.
Learning to abide by your internal guidance creates natural discipline in a mindful, joyful way.
What does support mean to you?
What kind of support did you grow up with?
What kind of support do you pro-actively use in you daily life?
Support is knowing what will nourish you,
be it 10 minutes of meditation, hiking on the weekend, or picking up the phone and calling someone special. This applies the same way at work: do you know what makes work more valuable to you, even in a competitive, difficult environment?
Can you find new ways of relating to and taking care of yourself?
- I will help you establish clear guidelines and practice, so you can continue to breathe and grow even in the most challenging environments at home and at work.
If we believe in ourselves, we find a way to deal with difficult situations; we are able to be responsive to the real world around us, as it changes. The first reaction to challenge is always fear, chaos, withdrawal – the first reaction is over-reaction.
If you know how you respond, you will be able to consciously decide how that reaction is serving you. Learning to trust your own way, your own values, is stepping into your power. Take charge! Don’t allow yourself to stay resigned and passive, feeling there is nothing you can change – change is a fact of growth and a constant, even when you aren’t aware of it. Change may not always serve you, and that is why you must become aware of your own power and your environment.
Persistence is refusal to give up on yourself! Those who succeed in life have a large store of persistence.
“Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not, nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are the omnipotence. The slogan “press on” has solved and always will solve problems of the human race.”
You will find your own authentic way of responding to the world.