Don't be afraid to choose you!!

In the past few years most peoples lives have taken drastic turns, some for the better and many for the worst. Unfortunately for most this turn of events have left many desperate, depressed and discouraged without any hope or vision for tomorrow.

So, what do you do when you have reached this breaking point? You have to make up your mind that you want to do and are determined to do better. Your situation will never change until you make a conscious decision about your desire for change. Then and only then will you be allowed to use your ability and energy to do so.

Most often we don't realize that everything we do in our lives create a trickling effect. For instance, our attitudes and emotions...we transfer those to others. Our bad decisions....they effect others. Most everything we do may directly or indirectly effect someone other than ourselves. So when we claim to be focused on making the people around us more comfortable, we don't realize that it's not a reality when we ourselves aren't 100%

It is time to pick up the pieces and move forward with the lives we have always dreamt of...we live in a day and age where anything is possible. Do not program yourself into believing that you are not worthy or able to obtain the desires of your heart. Look to others for inspiration and motivation.

Be encouraged and know that you were created to be something amazing. But it is up to you to make it happen. We are already equipped with the tools. We may need assistance in navigating, but all "big" planes have a co-pilot.

If you need a mentor, get one. If you need a coach, get one. If you need help, ask for it.

Do whatever it takes to make it happen....Don't just let the wonderful opportunities of life pass you by....

Don't be afraid to choose you!!

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Randa Manning-Johnson

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