Discover how to navigate the challenges of midlife transitions and break free from the pitfalls of overthinking. Here is a roadmap to a renewed sense of purpose, by starting with the end in mind and emphasizing the significance of understanding your “why”. Whether you’re looking to find direction in midlife, ignite a transformation, or just […]
Are you spending your time complaining about something you want to change but never doing anything about it?
We have a perception of what a “50-year-old woman” looks like. It’s changed from when you were in high school. Sometimes, I forget how old I am.
When you don’t know where you are going, you need help. You need a map, a GPS, or a guide that’s been there before.
You wouldn’t hop in your car without a destination (or at least a general direction) in mind. Try setting your GPS to “somewhere” and you will find yourself driving in circles around the same old obstacles until you run out of gas.
Yet, this is what we do every day when we have no vision, no purpose, no plan. Our life GPS is set on “someday”. It’s a day that is as elusive as the 8th day of the week.
You hear that voice- it’s inside your head- and it tells you that you are not good enough, smart enough, or capable enough. That voice seems to focus on every mistake you have made.
Finding your purpose, where you fit, when starting over in a new season of life can be challenging. Remember, seasons are cyclical not a straight line or dead end.
We ALL have blind spots: we just don’t see them. The nature of a blind spot is that you can’t see them though others can.