How to find an emotionally compelling vision for your life even when it seems like nothing is going your way, or that life will get any better again and worth living.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who recently found out his girlfriend was cheating on him. She abruptly broke up with him shortly after he caught her in yet another lie. His son passed away a few years ago, several of his businesses have failed, his wife divorced him a few years ago, and he recently just got fired from his job. He feels like his life is over. What he really needs is a new and emotionally compelling vision for his life so he can build something new.
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“Everything you build during your life and everyone you love will eventually dissolve. Sometimes, everything in your life will seemingly dissolve overnight. Your business may fail, your woman may leave you, a loved one may die, you may lose your job, etc. The key to recovering from any difficult time or period in your life is your ability to let go of what was, and embrace would could be with enthusiasm. When someone or something dies or dissolves in your life, good or bad, it’s a call to create something new and emotionally compelling. Why? At some point you will run out of time to be the person you were meant to be. Wouldn’t you much rather be able to look back upon your life with contentment and peace, instead of regretting what could have been or what you could have done? That’s something to think about.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne