There are times in your life when the simplicity of things make more of an impact than taking fancy steps to add flair to your life. Do you get so caught up in what others are doing that you forget about the multitude of talents and strengths which have helped you accomplish some of your greatest feats? It’s not that you don’t have the capabilities, it’s that some adjustments are needed to tackle the next hurdle. In August, during our August Accountability series, many took inventory in several areas of their lives; spiritual, physical, professional, and self. A recurring theme noticed in different conversations I had with some of you, was starting over. Just cleaning house, in whatever area, and starting over. It was a call to consider the basic things that were helpful in achieving prior successes and build on those.
Do you know what your strong traits are? Take 15 minutes to complete an inventory available through my counseling agency, http://PositiveInfluences.pro.viasurvey.org. Answer the questions honestly and use these to determine what your basics are, more positive than negative or the opposite.
Start with a 21 day plan with an end date action of looking at your progress. Stop messing around and get serious about the changes you want in your life.
Even if you are a naturally self-sufficient person, you will still see improvements by implementing an accountability factor.