Give up? Or get up?

We all know that life can be tough sometimes, and certainly 2020 has been one of those years where everyone, no matter which corner of the globe you’re in, has gone through their own tough moments. What I want you to pause and reflect on is how do you respond to tough moments?

Do you give up? Or do you get up?

Do you allow the craziness to overcome you? Or do you decide that you will learn from this and do it differently next year?

I don’t think you, my friend, are the type of person who would give up. I think you are the type of person who will get up. I think that you are stronger than you give yourself credit for. I think you can learn a lot from what’s happened over the past few months, and you can use it. Think of it as your new super power… toughness!

You can’t learn toughness. You can’t read a book or take a course. This is something that you have to experience – yourself, personally. So let’s think of 2020 as a thorough lesson in toughness.

Make the decision now to get up and use your new super power!

What will you do with your new super power? Have you thought about what you want to do in 2021? How could you use your new found toughness to achieve what you want in your life?

Yes, this has a lot to do with your mindset. How you choose to think about things impacts your ability to live your best life. And I think you already know this, I want you to live your best life! You deserve it!

So what does that mean in reality? It means that the knocks life gives us don’t actually knock us down, that we can pull on our big girl pants, take the next step and keep going. It means that we can carve out our own path, that we can have fulfillment in our lives.

You can make a difference in your own life. You can change the direction you are going. 

Perhaps you just need a guiding hand? I have a free resource that might help you, BOOST Your Life Satisfaction – Six Steps for Busy Mums Who Craves More in Her Life

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