“You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience by which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, ‘I lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.” Eleanor Roosevelt
– What fears have you faced and overcome?
– What have you learned when you confronted your fears?
– What can you do the next time you face a fear?
Posted in Attitude, Change, Encouragement, Goal seeking, Inspiration, Leadership
Tagged confidence, confront, experience, fear, overcome, Roosevelt
A positive attitude about what faces each person every day is a key component in experiencing joy. How would you answer that statement?
When we face trails do we:
Stop blaming circumstances
Stop blaming other people
Think before talking
What do you want to build? Do you want to build a bridge to a new destination or a wall?
You can! You can be!
How do you think about yourself? What do you think of yourself?
If you stepped out of your body and looked at it as another person would what would they see?
What do you want to see that you don’t?
Do you believe in yourself? Why?
If you had a week to do whatever you wanted to do what would you do? Assume that you had the finances to do what you wanted to do. Assume that what you did would contribute to the good.
If you had one week to travel where would you go?
If you had one week to help others what would you do?
If you had one week to learn something new what would you want to learn about?
If you had one week experience something new what would it be?
If you could help just one person who would that be?
If you could meet just one person who would that be?
Imagine if _________________________________________________________
Fill in the story – Imagine if “what” … what would that story be?
Imagine if there were no more wars …. What would that mean?
Imagine if there were no more pollution … what would that mean?
Use your imagination what story do you want to tell?