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Identity Myth

In times of displeasing circumstances you have three choices:

You can let it define you, you can let it let it destroy you or you can let it strengthen you.

In order to meet the challenges of our time, we need to shift our thinking as individuals and as a society. The blind spot in the twentieth-century of self-management can be summarized in a single word: consciousness.

What are you going to do today to find your best self? What actions are you taking to stay motivated and remain focused to accomplish your objectives and your dreams? The objectives we envision for ourselves all depend on how we positively self-direct our attention and awareness of ourselves. In the event that you stumble when trying to achieve your objective; see it as a reflection of trying and a new learning experience.

Falling down comes with two choices: giving up or fighting for what you set out to earn.

Why is Susan Alper Connections blogging about Re-Inventing Yourself? The idea of “re-inventing” arises when we encounter large-scale changes or small-scale changes, let downs and fluctuations in our lives.

By putting our hard work and creativity into ourselves the same way we do at our workplace, internal healing will come about.

How have numerous individuals found the success they’ve dreamt of? Life Style Coaching: This is where you will gain insight on your personal “blind spot” and how to re-invent yourself to better your well-being.

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