Chances are if you’re human, you’ve encountered unexpected disappointments. Like there’re so many challenges in your life or business and you’re stretched to the max.
When you’re going through tough times in your work, health, or family — the last thing you want to hear is “Stay optimistic and keep trusting that things will get better.” But, the fact of the matter is, creative breakthroughs rarely happen without unforeseen challenges.
My best ideas often appear after some troublesome moments. They rarely happen when everything is so certain and predictable. And never happen when I’m in victim mode.
But starting over after hitting rock bottom is easier said than done though, right?
This episode is here to help. I was inspired to start my blog and YouTube channel after what seemed like I had lost myself and everything relevant – it felt like walls were closing in on me and my health and sense of purpose were at jeopardy.
I am no stranger to hitting rock bottom. Thanks to God, things turned around for me. I navigated through the tough time and got back up.
On today’s show, I cover:
- A much-needed nudge with your support systems
- A powerful question to ask yourself when developing a vision for your life
- The number 1 way to get things done
- Why persistence is key to getting back up and growing to your next level
I would love to hear from you after you’ve watched this episode.
What’s the biggest perspective you’re taking away from the conversation today and how will you turn that perspective right now into action? If you have more than one of them, awesome.
Leave a comment below and let me know.
Feel free to share as much as possible. Your comment may assist someone else to achieve significant progress.
When you’re in a tough position, it just means you’re being reborn into the new you. This is a core component to metamorphose into your most joyful, creative, and productive self. Not to mention, you’ll become a great person that your family and friends can look up to 😉.
This is about less focus on the low point and more flow on who you’re becoming; and how all the aspects of your life are synchronizing. When you’re able to go through tough times and change positively, you’re less likely to get overwhelmed by the fear of failure and setbacks, and more able to make the difference you were born to make in this world.
As usual — thanks for reading, watching, and sharing. I look forward to the nourishing conversations that will happen here.
With so much love,