Making significant life changes requires that we commit to being in
charge of our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. I call this being the
CEO of our lives.
It doesn’t matter whether our goals are personal, professional or both.
If we are to reach our goals we cannot allow ourselves to be at the
mercy of past circumstances and present conditions.
Making important shifts means we must be willing to be a little bit
suspicious about how we operate in the here and now, and be willing to
question our ways of being.
Don’t assume that your current thoughts, feelings, and behaviors will get you to a new and improved place in life.
Wanting a better life means that we must also become absolutely
positively obsessed (A.P.O) with the creation of something better.
Anything less then this and you will most likely stay stuck.
Note-the theme of becoming the CEO of our lives is relevant to all presenting concerns including anxiety, anger, depression, confidence, addictions, stress management, and insomnia.
Terri Lee Cooper MSc. RSW