What To Do With Life’s Lemons?

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Life is what you make of it. And sometimes things don’t go as planned. So what should you do? Such events often leave you less confident about your future. Less motivated to take actions. It could be a career failure, bankruptcy, death of a loved one, and the list goes on… Based on personal experience, gratitude has allowed me to focus on what is working instead of what I don’t want. There are lessons to be learned, and an opportunity for growth.

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Learn to step back to reflect on the situation. Give yourself permission to live through the pain. Grieve if you have to, pray, meditate, schedule therapy, call someone who you can talk to freely, spend time with you, but not to the point of isolation. Avoid masking pain, allow time to heal. Remember that this too shall pass and you will overcome.

In the process of healing, keep on moving. Refocus on your goals and work. Being part of the living means you are created to contribute, to add values to the lives of people. Surround yourself with greatness and be inspired to recreate yourself to be extraordinary.

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This topic was published after interviewing business owners and professionals. Continue reading on UpJourney.

 

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Hi, I’m Kimberly Ihekwoaba and I am a multimedia storyteller. I entertain, educate, and empower people around the world through the power of storytelling. Check out my blog for my latest posts. When I am away from my imaginative world, I help people to improve their health and have a better quality of life. Connect with me to learn how natural health therapy supports healing within the body and productivity so you are equipped with the energy and focus to get the most out of your day.

 

 

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