In Step 5 you reviewed the different areas of your life and wrote down the concerns and changes you wanted to make.
Look over your list. Which area will you work on first?
When you choose a goal to work on, ask yourself whether you have all the information you need to activate that goal.
- Have you defined specifically what you want the outcome to be and why it is important to you?
- What other goal(s) may be linked to the one you have chosen? For example, if your goal is to dimmish conflict, an associated one might be to build a better relationship. Also involved is learning how to communicate effectively.
There are many stories of people who have experienced and survived one crisis after another. In each situation, their first concern was to survive.
Next it was, “Where do I go from here?”
Perhaps you can recall times in your own life when you asked yourself, “Now what do I do?”
Today on my blog and podcast, I’ll show you 5 steps that will help you begin the process of rebuilding.
No matter where you begin, you can make it. Refuse to let the magnitude of rebuilding take away your resilience and determination.
Life can change in the blink of an eye; one minute you are living life to the fullest and the next you are faced with some catastrophe. Whether it is the loss of a job or a loved one who has been diagnosed with a serious illness, you hear yourself cry out, “Please God, No.”
Whatever the situation, whether you have just received some earth-shattering news or you have simply reached a point where everything in life lacks purpose or meaning, it is a place where you recognize as never before your shortcomings and reach out to God for guidance and strength, and friends for support and encouragement.