Dare To Transform Ourselves



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We stumble through complex situations, figuring things out for our 'self-controlling', taking care of others and we may even call it 'loving our neighbor'. It can also be suggested at the end of the day-this entire package is called codependent behavior, our survival tools. Our means of keeping us safe and convincing ourselves we are living a Godly Life. The questions remain, when will we stop wallowing in what’s held us back and change our old ways of thinking? What will it take for us to create a life of service, passion, significance, meaning and live authentically? This is the time for us to find the courage to be fearless, shed what’s safe and predictable in order to transform ourselves and get rid of the emotional baggage. True, we will be called to:
  • Replace Certain Habits and Limiting Beliefs with Things that are more Conducive to 'Our Success'.
  • Break the chain of the past and embrace the fact that we were born to conquer all difficulties.
  • Resolve resentments, accept no excuses, move out of our comfort zone and get the tools we need to move our objectives forward. 

It is also true our comfort zone will make every effort to justify our reasons for not proceeding with placing healthy dependency to work in every area of our life’s dimensions. Standing on life's stage, we are called to reach higher and quiet the unremitting chatter of procrastination inside our head and take inspired steps towards transforming our dream (a quality life) into a reality. 
The cost for choosing not to be procrastinators will be our courage to discover how not to wait and to keep our momentum rolling by living a life of service, passion, significance and meaning. It is my sense we may need to increase our level of COMMITMENT, have a heart of purpose, ACTIVELY REJECT mediocrity, and mirror the attributes of emotional intelligence and courage to carry us past the watchdogs of our fears and out of the iron gates.
 

I am certain if we do not actively reject mediocrity and do not dare to transform ourselves, we will be traveling down a road littered with broken dreams and failed expectations. Put simply, we are unwittingly choosing Mediocrity over Excellence. No question, it comes down to identifying exactly what's holding us back from being fearless, enthusiastic, self-directed, prepared, focused, proactive, on purpose and ELIMINATING the root-cause—by choosing to identify or even upgrade our “why,” in order to tap into greater motivation and commitment to transform ourselves for the better.
 

Think about it! Life is too short. It is time to learn the steps necessary to train our mind to manage our life and learn how to acquire discipline for ourselves on our own terms by daring to transform ourselves in order to manifest the unique vision of success that we are meant to live.
  




Written By: Windsor Lindor
CEO, Executive Coach & Project Manager
  © 2016 - Windsor Lindor Consulting LLC All Rights Reserved.



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