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Starting Small is Better Than
Not Starting at All
If you’ve ever felt bogged down with everyday life, you’ll appreciate the beauty of starting small. Rather than not starting at all, beginning little-by-little seems like a much better option.
Start small on your journey to personal empowerment by:
1. Doing something even if you’re unsure. There once was a guy who said, “Let’s do something, even if it’s wrong.”
The idea behind this statement is empowering because it implies that, even though you’re unsure about how to go about putting your dreams into action, you can try something that could eventually lead you toward your goal.
2. Pushing through the feelings of fear. It’s natural to feel afraid when you want to embark on a new adventure. You might be unnerved at the idea of moving in the direction of the life you’ve always dreamed about. Avoid letting fear hold you back.
3. Keeping promises you make to yourself. Even the smallest step forward can be a powerful indicator that what you promise yourself matters and that you believe in what you’re doing.
Following through on your promises brings you one step closer to your goals.
True empowerment begins with thought, effort, and followthrough. Only you can refresh your existence and begin living a more empowered life.
“On the other hand, if the future is not the one you chose then you may have to use your willpower to obtain the future of your liking.”
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Keep Moving Forward
As you start putting these suggestions into place, you’ll begin to gain the momentum to continue moving ahead.
Momentum begets more momentum.
Keep moving forward in your efforts to build your personal empowerment by:
1. Maintaining your list and keeping it close. When you use paper-and-pen accountability to keep track of your goals for the day, week, and month, you’ll move ahead rapidly. Become the true designer of your life!
2. Planning blocks of time to focus on yourself. Whether it’s doing some research on the internet, reading a book on some aspect of your future, or devoting an hour writing a proposal for funding to start a non-pro?t organization, give yourself those moments.
Spend time working on your initiative and you’ll travel towards a brighter future.
3. Showing consistent effort. Sometimes, we’re charged with simply putting one foot in front of the other in order to build up our strength. When we’re consistent, the direction we’re heading is more apparent to us. Our spirits soar when we see the progress we’re making.
You’ll encounter all kinds of individuals, situations, and stumbling blocks on your journey toward empowerment. At times, you may feel like you’ve taken two steps forward and three steps back. By continuing to move forward, you’ll make overall progress that can’t be denied.
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.”
Avoid Giving Away Your Power
Because we live our lives surrounded by others and dealing with complex events, there will be times when you’re inclined to give up your power. What does this mean?
Some behaviors or attitudes you adopt can reduce your strength and momentum.
Ponder these points to intensify your personal power:
1. Refuse to pay attention to what others say about you. Being overly sensitive to the comments of others can steal your passion and stall your progress on the way to building personal empowerment.
2. Make your own decisions. It makes sense to listen to the opinions of those you trust and respect when you’re at a crossroads in life. However, you’ll ultimately be living with the choices you make. Therefore, it’s best for you to select whatever you want to do.
3. If you experience a personal crisis, stay in tune with yourself. For example, if you go through a break-up, acknowledge how you feel and then shift gears to refocus on what’s really important to you.
When you take the stance, “I can’t have a happy life ever because this happened,” you’re giving up your power. Instead, pay attention to what occurred and make an effort to discover the lesson provided by the experience.
When you learn something during a crisis, you gain knowledge, power, and personal resolve.
As you build your own power, be aware of how you can keep hold of your personal strength. In the end, you’ll come out on the other side feeling healthier, happier, and more empowered.
“No one has the power to shatter your dreams unless you give it to them.”
Although everyday life can be overwhelming, you have the resolve and tools to live an empowered life. An empowered existence allows you to make progress and eventually achieve all your goals and dreams.
De?ne who you are. As you empower yourself in ways that build your self-con?dence, you’ll discover all the sources of your life’s greatest passions.
“You were put on this earth to achieve your greatest self, to live out your purpose, and to do it fearlessly.”
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