What Will YOU Create this Year?

Remember that time when you felt as though you had made a MASSIVE mistake and you couldn’t stop beating yourself up about it?

Mistakes happen.

I remember in my 20’s I used to hold onto my mistakes and just keep revisiting them over and over in my mind. This made me absolutely miserable, and it also kept me from living in the present.
I was stuck in the past.

When we make mistakes, we often feel as though we did something wrong. In reality, we simply made a choice that didn’t lead to the outcome we had anticipated. And, we interpret the decision as a mistake.

But what if we shifted our mindset and saw these “mistakes” as life lessons and valuable experiences? These lessons could become opportunities to learn and to make a different decision the next time around. These lessons can also be seen as an invitation to reflect, to ask yourself questions such as:

What would I do differently next time?

What changes do I want to bring into my life?

As we begin this new year, I invite you to reflect on the year 2020.
Was anything left incomplete?

If so, how could you accomplish these desires in 2021? How can you create something new all while making enough space for an outcome that remains unknown?

This year, I’m going to invite you to get really clear about who you are and what you really want. Because in life, you’re the only one who knows what you really want and what would get you excited to wake up in the morning. To wake up to a life and career you genuinely love.

If there’s one thing 2020 taught us, it’s that the time is now to decide what we want to create in our life so we can love waking up in the morning.

Inspiring YOU to Live a Life you LOVE!

P.s. Don’t miss this month’s guest on THE DREAM CAREER PODCAST


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