Before designing a building, an architect looks at the status of the soil and determines what things need to be removed and what underground restrictions need to be considered.
Just as an architect analyzes the conditions he or she is working with, we too, need to examine and evaluate what we are working with in our personal life. Our “soil” might be tainted with ongoing anger or bitterness, constant conflict or blaming.
What things need to be removed, acknowledged, or resolved before you can begin building the life you want?
Today on my blog and podcast, I’ll walk you through 8 questions to help you determine who you are so you can decide what changes you might want to make.
Everyone has a gravel pit of some kind in their background, whether it is the scars from childhood or the constant disappointment and despair in the present.
It may be the result of continuous scolding as a kid growing up with little encouragement. Perhaps there were constant comparisons with others or name-calling by other kids. Perhaps you were given a nickname that was hurtful or belittling.
When we take time to examine what is in our gravel pit, we can heal old wounds and replace negative self-talk with affirming statements.
Today on my blog and podcast, I’ll walk you through a five-question exercise that will help you examine the things that keep you from achieving your goals.
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