Low self-esteem creates a ripple effect.
I am in my 40’s now, but I revisit the days of my 20’s like it was yesterday. The days when I dreamt of what my life would be like in my 40’s.
A dreamer I was, naive to the fact that my dreams will remain just dreams if I don’t take action.
But looking back now, back into my 20’s I never took life seriously, I had an obscured vision of my life and the part I played in it.
At that time my focus was on finding acceptance and love.
“Do more of what makes you happy.” — Carmel Mc Connell — AH! Well said. What motivates you to achieve your goals?
There is no other true motivator to achieving your goals other than doing what truly makes you happy.
So, what makes you happy?
Happiness was not a part of my life for a long time.
Actually, I remember as a teenager having to attend a high school because I was told to.
In fact, I hated every minute, hour, day, week, month, and year in that school.
Indulge me, I am interested to know.
How do you show up daily?
No negative vibes allowed.
You may be wondering, “this is a weird question”. But, it’s NOT.
Actually, it is a very straightforward question.
Furthermore, it’s designed to stimulate your introspection process and kick it into drive.
I just got paid. Where did my salary go?
Similarly, was my salary paid in front of a fan it just blows straight out the door?
In fact, we work hard and pay our dues, but still can’t seem to rub two straws together properly when the month ends.
Equally so, all of these thoughts and feelings ring true because we have not found our financial freedom.
Financial freedom is not having to worry about the financial fallout of your life choices or decisions. …