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Kick Life in the Teeth-Reinvent Yourself

Updated on October 22, 2017

Reflections on Life

Starting a new life - photo by www.photoexpress.com
Starting a new life - photo by www.photoexpress.com

Evaluate Your Life and Move Forward

When you wake up one morning and evaluate your life and you see nothing behind you and you see nothing ahead of you it can be devastating. You begin to wonder what happened - the clouds are still in the sky, the mountains have not moved and the waves in the ocean are still beating against the rocks. What happened to your life?

Start with a self-examination. Review all the dead end jobs you’ve held, your family ties, any failed relationships and the legends of fair-weather friends that have come and gone in your life. The decisions that you have made...some good, some bad and when you get right down to it you have come full circle. It can only get better, right?



Self Examination Starts With You

The only way your life will get better is for you to take charge and reinvent yourself. Define your goals, examine your dreams, take inventory of the people in your life and start serious housecleaning. Get rid of all the negative forces in your life-your job, unmotivated friends, and people, including family, who are unsupportive. That is the only way you can move forward to a better life.

Don’t look back-reinvent yourself, evaluate your career, your family life and do a self-assessment of your life. If you are working in a nowhere job, taking crap from a boss from hell and are surrounded by petty co-workers start to plan your getaway. Discover what you love to do and go after it in a strategic way. Don’t listen to naysayers-just do it. If you cannot find the job that fits your new profile–invent your own or become self-employed. Learn how to fund your dreams, research, plan, and move toward your bliss. If you are afraid, remember, all successful people were afraid at one time; however, hey did not give up and kept pursuing their dreams. It is a good idea to study successful people and see what habits have all have in common and then model yourself with these habits.

Drop-kick negative friends and family members out of your life. They can be in your life but they do not have to be a part of your life. Many family members may not supportive of your dreams and aspirations and you have to decide what is more important. Dysfunctional families are part of the American landscape. You must decide to move beyond them and build a new family of friends who will stand behind you and support you.

Re-inventing yourself is not a new hairstyle, a new body, a new attitude or a new face. It is “you”-making a complete self-assessment of your issues, the people in your life, creating measurable goals and assessing your inner being and purpose, examining the excuses you make for your behavior and your existence.

Reinvention starts with you. It is looking in the mirror and confronting the reality of you. Ask yourself, “What am I doing that is keeping me from achieving my purpose? Be honest with yourself. Tell the truth to yourself so your life can become one of fulfillment, love and happiness. Everyone on earth is here for a reason. Begin now to discover the reason you are in this universe. It is never too late to find you.

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