What is it that keeps us from believing that we are good or good enough? What keeps us doubting who we are and what we are capable of? What is it that hinders our creativity and keeps us from chasing our purposes in life? I sit with people from various backgrounds and walks of life and the first thing that I look for is what can I see? I am always looking for the potential because I believe everyone has potential.
I know that life often hands out impossible situations or at least what we deem as impossible. What is impossible is often possible depending who we are doing life with. It is our nature to always look at things from our (often) negative perspective; yet when we attempt to see through the eyes of someone who believes in us, it is possible to change our perspective. This also invites creativity and we might just surprise ourselves with our capabilities inviting us on journey of discovery and fulfilment.
This past week I facilitated a workshop called BREAK-THROUGH. In preparation for the workshop I discovered variations and definitions to the term breakthrough. How we write the word changes its meaning. In the same way what we believe changes how we see things.
What we believe impacts how we journey through life, how we face the challengers and deal with the tide. When the tide is out, it is a good time to rest and be still in preparation for when the tide comes in. Don’t use your time of rest to think of the what if, should have or could have. Use the time to meditate, create, dream and see possibilities.
You and I were created for a purpose. If you are not sure what your purpose is, consider what your passion is, and your purpose will soon be discovered. If you are not sure that you have a passion, consider what you spend most of your time thinking about. If you need assistance in discovering your purpose, passion or possibilities speak to someone who believes in you and can offer you a new perspective.
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