Reversing Negative Momentum
The other day, I wrote about defining successful and how this is an individual experience. Even though each person needs to define what success is to themselves, many have a hard time doing that. They are stuck because of someone or something. They can never see themselves being successful at anything.
My blogging friend, Kristen Barton Cuthriell, authored a book recently called “The Snowball Effect” which is about how people can reverse negative momentum into positive momentum so they may become successful in life.
Recently on her blog she posted a clip from an article she wrote called “Steps to Success.” I have read Kristen’s book cover-to-cover and it is inspiring. The article in full gives several tips and how to apply them. A few of the tips she gives for moving in a positive direction are below.
1. Treat yourself with compassion.
2. Let go of resentment
3. Tolerate temporary anxiety
4. View rejection as a gift
5. Live with a vision
“Opportunities will come and go, but if you do nothing about them, so will you.” ~ Richie Norton
Tina Del Buono, PMAC on
Mar 12th, 2018 9:00 am
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