changing your life
Combining my own experience with the work I've done with my clients, I've observed themes that support change. Simply put, some things work better than others. Here are three things that make managing a major life change just a little bit easier.
"Do you live a caged or comfortable life, or are you reaching out to achieve your highest potential," asked Brendon Burchard at a recent event.
In a moment, my view of the world and its expectations of me changed. As a teen someone said to me, "You cry at the drop of a needle." I promised myself right then and there that I would stop being emotional; I would be strong. If I wore my best poker face the world couldn't shake me. I rejected who I truly was, and my freedom to express that. But then life got complicated.