Failure is not fatal or final! Living Your Unique requires bold and radical moves. One habit that can get in the way is waiting for or asking for permission. In Dr. Patty Ann Tublin's Huffington Post article "Women Need to Stop Asking for Permission," she explains that being passive by waiting to ask for permission is one big reason women lose out on career opportunities. In fact, asking permission requires you to place the person you are asking in a position of authority.
As you reflect on your current life, ask yourself, is something missing? Do you strive for more yet lack the motivation and confidence to step outside of your comfort zone? If you don't know where to begin, focus on your inner self. What is it that's holding you back? Is it fear, or perhaps a lack of self-confidence? Regardless of what stops you from achieving more, one thing is certain -- making things happen will start with you. As you shift your current state-of-mind, unde
Taking control of your thoughts will cause you to gain control of your life. Dr. Cindy Trimm There is nothing more powerful to learning how to maximize Your Unique than the habit of focusing on your strengths. Focusing on your strengths is not about "thinking positive." Focusing on your strengths is about taking a realistic assessment of what you are good at and what you are NOT good at. We all have strengths and weaknesses. Understanding your strengths will help you to capi
Don't waste your tears on people who refuse to love you. For after you have cried, they still will not love you. Our culture is addicted to the concept of "success." In my life, I have gone in and out of being in love with it. There is nothing wrong with being successful or pursuing success. This blog is all about you pursuing success in the area of Loving and Living Your Unique. But having the right view of success is a necessary part of attaining it. suc·cess /səkˈses/
Shine bright like a diamond
We're beautiful like diamonds in the sky ~Rihanna Some of us are addicted to the WRONG thing. A synonym for addiction is habit. hab·it /habət/ noun a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up Habits are those regular practices that we do day in and day out. When we consistently practice a habit. It becomes part of who we are. Habits are not bad in and of themselves. Some habits can be good. I think brushi