Walking Into Your Greatness



As the New Year approaches, people you just gatta let go!! Don’t carry 2016 baggage into 2017…..

Sometimes when you have outgrown the situations in your life, and you’re not aware, or don’t have the courage to move on ~ life will move on you. You may have been told that your company is going in another direction. You knew it was coming and you didn’t prepare yourself. Now you are angry and feel you were wronged. You have to move on.

Your relationship of many years may have ended and you were devastated, confused and shocked. You’re in pain; feel disillusioned; full of despair. However, it’s time to move on. Your mind might be reeling. Your heart probably feels like it’s been ripped out and handed to you on a platter. As hard as it will be, you must shake it off and move on. Moving on doesn’t mean that you give up. Moving on means that no job, relationship, house, or any other thing is worth your sanity. Don’t focus on the things that you’ve lost. You can always get these back and much more. Focus your mind. Get still. Go within. Tap into your greatness and move on. You deserve it!
~Les Brown..


8 thoughts on “Walking Into Your Greatness

  1. “Reach for the stars but keep your feet on the ground.” Teddy Roosevelt. At my age, reaching is over. I always hurt my shoulder and I have the wisdom now that the stars are really too far away. I do not regret reaching in past decades. Got me far above sea level.

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  2. There’s a tarot card that depicts a man bowed over with burdens. But as defeating as that may at first appear in one’s reading, there’s hidden encouragement and hope. The card is a cue to the querent to examine how he or she could lay down some of that burden.

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  3. Reblogged this on Hunt's Clubhouse and commented:
    Hey, happy Monday everyone! I hope everyone had an awesome holiday! This is the last week of the year, & I found this very inspiring post that has an excellent perspective. Enjoy! 🙂

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