I've come to realise, we aren't born with a fear of failure we learn it and that's a good thing. Why? Because if we can learn it, it means we can 'unlearn' it and replace it with habits and belief systems that are more productive for us. All of our experiences shape how we respond to life but that doesn't mean they determine it.
There's something about the challenges of 2020 that have taken me back to the year my dad died. Although very different circumstances, I still find myself drawing parallels between the two with one common denominator, change.
I learnt that instead of yearning for what I'd lost I'd put my focus into gratitude and perspective and it not only got me through such a difficult time, it completely transformed my life.
Never underestimate the impact of the smallest acts of kindness in life, because you never really know when someone needs it most.
Here's something to think about... Imagine what you could achieve if you never experienced fear or doubt. I don't mean the type of fear when it comes to running from genuine life-threatening situations, I'm referring to the fear of rejection, fear of taking risks, or saying what we really think. We've all done (or not…
Be brave, be strong, and know that you’ve got through 100% of the bad days so far, and that’s pretty awesome.
we wish for things but don't make them happen and instead like me, are quickly enough to regret not doing so after the opportunities have passed us.
So if you're feeling caught up on the cycle of uncertainty or find yourself in a bit of a negativity rut , here are some ways to get that head out of the sand and into the sun.
As I fast approach my mid- twenties, I’ve coming to realise some of the best, most true advise I was ever given was from my grandparents.
Learning to live in the present shifted my mind-set away from the anxiety of trying to control the future and the guilt of not being able to change the past, to one that instead questioned what I could to do today to make it a better one.