RealTalk with LewFisher

Empowerment in 30 Minutes or Less

For the Person on the Go

LewFisher Publishing

© 2010

Good Luck!

The Real You

Every person that is physically capable of thinking has an opportunity to accomplish great feats of success. By searching your soul, heart, and memories of the life you already lived it would only take a small amount of time to find out exactly what you are really good at. You have all had a “perfect time” in your life. It may have only lasted five minutes but that five minutes was perfect. Your goal should be to try to experience that same feeling you felt in your perfect time whenever you choose. In order, to begin this process you must spend some time self-reflecting to uncover your “perfect time.” Self-reflection will allow you to make the changes to your life that will alter the course of your future. First, start at the source of the problem. We are all walking around wounded from past mistakes and or experiences that haunt us still today. So, before we start this small journey lets get rid of some old baggage. You must find it in your heart to forgive any and all past transgressions. You seem to know what it means when someone has wronged you in some way. You can normally find it in your heart to forgive those who have wronged you, but not forget about the act. When it comes to forgiving yourself, the task is much harder. Most of you are so critical of your own mistakes that you relive them over-and-over in your minds or you make another mistake by getting nostalgic about how things used to be at some time earlier in your life. Regardless, it is still in the past. The past can be used positively as a reference point. You cannot let the best times of your life already be in the past. You must take a chance and muster up enough gumption to try one more time. This time I expect your full effort. The only way you can truly fail in life is to stop trying. As long as you are doing the best you can at this time in your life failure is impossible.

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