3 Action steps to dealing with challenges
For example, if you are facing a health challenge, don’t worry alone. Get the facts. Figure out what is going on with you. Then, create a plan.
This is why reaching out and being part of a collective is so important.
If you feel like your life isn’t working, know that most progress comes out of suffering, frustration and setbacks
If your life is always predictable and everything (and everyone) always worked out exactly as planned, you wouldn’t know what happiness is because of the lack of contrast.
Most great things come out of adversity and out of struggle…
To move out of the fire and transform pain into progress, you need to draw on your lessons and course correct.
Having your heart broken…
Having health challenges…
If you look at the lives of people who have made the most progress, there has always been a journey of challenges, struggles and things they’ve had to go through.
We often forget how resourceful we really are, and can be, with what we already have in front of us.
If you’re in a place where you can get up and function or move forward and you’re not in physical pain, you have opportunity.
A lot of times people will magnify how difficult things are.
Things are as seldom and as bad as we conjure up in our minds when they are going wrong – or as good as they seem when they are going well.
When you see people that are faced with things that are affecting them physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually – you question, “Why is this happening?”.
Yet, they still maintain an uplifting attitude and make their lives meaningful and someone to admire and look up to.