No matter who you are, where you live, how rich you are or what your age is, life happens to all of us! However, we are all different and we need to find your own way. “One size fits all” as they say, does not apply here. There are so many preconceived notions about how life ‘should’ be lived.

How to begin:

Transformation begins when we stretch our boundaries and ask basic questions: What's my role here? What do I really want? What are my passions? Where am I going?

The million dollar question is “are your living your best life”?

What would your life be like if you were doing what you love, with the people you love, in places you love? It's called a passionate life and there is a simple, effective way to discover your passions so you can create that kind of life.

Combine purpose, awareness and dedication to guide your future. Strategy is a necessity for victory in personal life and business. Focus on something greater than yourself and bring integrity into every aspect of life. Investigate your ideals, ethics, principles, then learn to cultivate the passion and the clear thinking which will lead you to your highest goals. Be clear about your methods.

Be victorious. When we recognize our desire to matter, to make a difference, when we are in touch with the yearning in our hearts and souls to be a contribution to life, we want to be worthy of that charge. We become more aware of our talents, the possibilities that we have to make a difference in the lives around us whether in small daily actions or in large strokes. We feel a part of the world around us and want to do our part to make it a better place. We start to develop our gifts and remove the blocks to being the best person we can be”.

If you feel you compromising, use these three steps to restore your integrity!

Step One: Create a Life Purpose statement that gives clarity about your beliefs, vision and desires.

Step Two: Ask yourself: When your 95 years old, what will you want to say about your life?

Step Three: Identify where you are not being truthful in your life.
Your mission is not where you currently are, but where you want to be. Be sure to write all of these things down in the present tense—claim it!

How do you know whether you’re on the right path, with the right person, or in the right job? The same you know when you’re not: You feel it.

Each of us has a personal greatness- and because yours is as unique to you as your fingerprint, no one can tell you want it is.


Anonymous said...

Yia Sou(hi christine)I loved this blog also. I just got home from work,very uplifting reminder.Enjoying your blogs.Take care!

October 14, 2008 at 11:54 AM
Anonymous said...

Christine, Your are so right; all of have , in reality, have so little time , we never know what is around the corner. Making life "count" is truly a passion we all should strive for. Thanks for an inspirational post.

October 15, 2008 at 7:35 AM
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