For those of us who want to stand up for ourselves and for our dreams, we often hear that we are not our past. We can erase our past.
Easier said than done, right? I’ve found some tips to make it easier; maybe these will help you, too.
- Remember the good. Make a list of what you would keep from your past.
- Write down your strengths. Be really honest here. This is a time to shine. Claim your strengths and be proud that you have them. These don’t have to be the strengths we share in interviews, these strengths are what makes us really proud to be who we are and who we can be.
- You might want to check out http://standout.tmbc.com/. This is a $15.00 online assessment with immediate response to your top two strength areas. I found this information transformational. Maybe, you will too.
How will this help to erase the past? Brain Science tells us that focusing on what we want to take forward in our lives is a powerful way to help the past fade away and our present become the gift of living from our strengths.
I would love to hear from you. What did you discover from this exercise? What will you take forward in this day and all of those to follow?
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