How to discover the true gift of your breakups, failed relationships and setbacks so you can become better and more successful the next time around. The importance of learning from your mistakes and how your failures give you experience and build your confidence and wisdom.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who started studying what I teach after a long term relationship of his ended. He shares what he has learned about where he went wrong, what his strengths and his weaknesses are.
He discusses his purpose and the mindset he was in when he first met his ex girlfriend, and what changed with him personally that led to him sabotaging his relationship and his success. He’s learned some powerful lessons which I share and how you can learn from his experience overcoming the heartbreak.
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“Everything you do matters. All of your mistakes, failures, challenges and setbacks happen on purpose to help you grow and become all that you are capable of becoming. The key is to not let any setbacks or failures define you, but instead use them as fuel for change so you can learn from them and overcome them to prevent you from making the same mistakes in the future. When you don’t get the gift or refuse to see the gift of your failures and grow from them, you’ll keep yourself stuck in the same level of consciousness that attracted them in the first place; instead of transcending them to become even greater than you were before. Life will keep giving you the same type of circumstances, failures and lessons until you make the right choice to grow beyond them. In order to get to a place of consistent inner peace, happiness, abundance, success and balance in all areas of your life, you must learn to consistently grow, adapt, improvise, improve, overcome, refine and learn from your experiences; instead of staying stuck in the past repeating the same mistakes and not getting to where you want to be, or making any measurable progress.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne