“When was the last time you felt like you”?
So many people respond to this question with a long pause, and then…
“…Years ago” or “I can’t remember” or “I don’t know who I am”!
I meet people who are so reactive in giving their family or partner what they think they should.
Over the years, they end up losing connection with themselves and they don’t notice.
They forgot what they loved and what their dreams were.
Some have forgotten how to lighten up and be playful.
Some are just going through the motions head down directionless.
Some are stuck and bored, and others are too busy to think what they are doing and why?
If you were to take some time for you to think and ask yourself.
- What have I forgotten that I loved or dreamed about?
- What do I value most?
- What do I really need?
- Is fear holding me back?
- If I had no fear, what would I do?
- How do I see myself today and why?
- What would I change?
- Where am I going and am I happy with that?
- What is my vision or plan?
- What in your life are you most happy with?
- What are you not happy with?
Are you living the life you were born to live?
I see that people are not spending enough time learning how to get the most out of themselves and their own lives.
I encourage clients after reconnection to plan their relationship so they are working together as a team.
But neither person can get to trust each other if they can’t trust themselves to be themselves.
The biggest fear a person should have is the fear of not being able to be themselves in their chosen life.
Disconnection from yourself will NOT bring the inner joy that every person deserves to experience every day.
Being the best of yourself is what can start the process of influencing the best in others.