Everyone should have his or her definition of success. You should not be using the dictionary definition. Success could be a favorable outcome, a result, prosperity, or even a feeling. You can have micro-successes, and you can have an epic win, like a blockbuster, sellout, top ten or record breaker. The formula is not a secret like many think.
It is surprising to me the strengths that help people thrive and grow in their youth fade during adulthood. It is as if we no longer need them and cast them to the side. My kids have shown me how to cultivate these inner strengths that we all have. By watching them, I have found new ways to bring these assets out of hibernation. These advantages that kids use every day can spring you forward in many areas of life.
3 Areas Of Life My Kids Help Me Grow
What if you started this as a life coach ten years earlier? This is a great reflection question we should all ask ourselves about what we do now or considering. The problem here lies in that what we know now you did not know back then. You could say, “What if,” all day but you will not know until you take action. I did not know anything ten years ago, and I realize I know even less today about the world. I do know a lot more about who I am and what I am supposed to be doing. The same applies to you as well. Deep down we all know but our reservations prevent us from taking action.
John F. Kennedy knew that being President of the United States was a big job, and he also believed that he could do it. When Kennedy sometimes said, “The pay is good, and I can walk to work,” was probably more humor and partial truth. I doubt good pay was what he had in mind when considering the highest office in the nation or was he?
Benjamin Franklin once said, “God helps those who help themselves.” I read that quote and remembered Jesus said that you must first remove the log from your eye before you remove the speck from your brother’s eye. When we first focus on fixing people, we are missing the key to all our problems. We need to fix ourselves first through personal growth. Rather than try and mold others to fit our lives we should focus on who we are and whom we are trying to become.