Do you use regrets to beat yourself up? To convince yourself that you can't change? To tell yourself that it's too late?
This episode of Live Out Loud Mondays looks at regrets and puts them into a whole new light. Regrets tie us to the past, ruining our abiity to be our true selves in the present. Letting go of regrets allows us to forgive ourselves, experience increased self-love, and become empowered to move forward.
Join us as we move into Day 11 of Rhonda Britten's Change Your Life in 30 Days to see how you can move beyond regret into trust, faith, and transformation.
Wikipedia description of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
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That's where INTENTIONS come in. Intentions are like the special sauce that brings it all together -- creating the synergy that propels you toward your true desires.
This episode of Live Out Loud Mondays distinguishes between goals, affirmations, and intentions and helps you put them together to pack a powerful personal development punch that moves you forward fast! (Based on the book Change Your Life in 30 Days by Rhonda Britten, founder of the Fearless Living Institute and Emmy Award Winning Life Coach from Starting Over.)
Today Live with Intention
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Today focus on Passionate Purpose
Self-confidence comes from taking risks. Many people think they have to gain confidence BEFORE they take a risk, but it's through risking that we come to count on ourselves -- no matter what.
Today's episode focuses on building confidence with compassion and making the effort to achieve long-lasting results, even if it means feeling stupid, silly, or inadequate. In order to grow in confidence and authenticity we must be willing to feel every feeling and take action in spite of discomfort.
Join us on the journey to finding our true selves -- based on the book Change Your Life in 30 Days by Rhonda Britten, founder of the Fearless Living Institute and Emmy Award Winning Life Coach from Starting Over.
Today, build your confidence
List ten confident moments that you have had today. I understand that your confidence may have waned, but reminding yourself you were confident at one moment during that encounter will help you focus on what matters. Your willingness to give yourself credit is an important step in building confidence.