There are times in our life where we feel that things are just OUT OF CONTROL and when don’t know which direction to take!
Been There…Done That…Many Times
Here’s the thing. You have to make a choice to take back your power. There are 5 areas to make sure you hit to taking back your power.
- Take time and reflect on your situation.
You will find that the outcome is better than you thought it would be. It may not seem like it at first. You also may find that you have to make some life changes and no one can do it for you. Gather the information you need from reflection and self-evaluation and make some moves.
2. Expose yourself to yourself.
When you expose yourself to your deepest fears, they lose power. Don’t be afraid to expose the fear over and over again. Once you acknowledge and accept it, you begin to control. BUT as long as you continue to run from it, it will continue to hold you back from what you desire the most.
3. Rebuilding your life doesn’t have to be a dreadful task.
Let it be the experience of learning who you are inside and out. Sometimes we get so lost in our work, children, and relationships, we lose sight of ourselves. We become what these things require of us. It’s is important that we find who we once were or have grown to be. If take a look and evaluate you life, you will learn how AMAZING you are.
4. Don’t forget that you can’t carry everything alone all the time!
Asking for help when needed is a sign of courage and noticing that you are not alone. Accepting help is a sign of strength in your weakness. Never feel like you have to shoulder burdens on your own, even if it requires seeking professional help from a counselor or life coach.
5. Life is not an easy journey to take.
Understand that you must believe in something greater than yourself that gives you purpose to do better for yourself. Even if that something greater is your family, being an example for others, or living a life of peace, make sure you are evolving through internal knowledge and acceptance of self.
Until next time…Leap off the couch and into your new future evaluating, growing, and loving yourself.
Ashley M Dais