I believe that we each know deep down what we truly want in life. Some of us talk ourselves out of those desires because of fear. Fear of what others might think, fear of what we think our limitations are, fear of failure, and so on. My method is to help you figure out what you want-what will truly enrich your life and make you happy. I want to help you overcome your fears, and limiting beliefs to achieve those goals. I want you to envision the goals you want as realities. Then, put those goals into motion, to find yourself becoming the best version of you.
I began thinking about what kind of article to sit down and write today. I thought, often, I see articles that promise a list of some kind. So, I think I'll do it too! Joking aside, I was thinking back about my life, about things I wish I had known when I was younger. The following are some observations I've made over the years. Hope you enjoy! 1. Don't waste your time on meaningless/terrible jobs I've had jobs that from the moment I walked in, I knew I was going to hate it. And then proceeded to stay for 10 years. Why would someone do that? You might ask. Well, there were all kinds of reasons to do it at the time. It paid "decent," it had flexible hours. I was able to go to school, and still pay the bills, etc. The thing I didn't realize, was that all of these flexible hours flexed me right out of a lot of important family time. I was working weekends/holidays, times I will never get back. I thought it was helping me get t