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Are You Truly Who You Want To Be? Best Version Of Yourself.

The modern world is so complex that we all must understand our psyches and our potential. There has been and will never be another you. You are no better or worse, even if you always struggle to be good enough, you are always enough is THE TRUTH… you are you. The one and only you.

In truth, most of us do not gain any real self-knowledge until or unless we get depressed or have some other difficulty great enough to send us to a psychotherapist or coach for help.

Think about this question, at what point in your life that you learn to disconnect from your best self? Life happens around us and through our experiences, we learn to define who we are or who we believe we are. Some incidents help us solidify our authenticity, but others push us further away. We begin to form false truths about ourselves and the world around us. These days we operate within a world that always tells you who you should be. You spend all your energy trying to be, do, say, and act like everyone else. Anytime we say that “someone should do something about” whatever problem is bothering us, we are giving away our power.

Most of us are slaves of the stories we unconsciously tell ourselves about our lives. Our experience of life quite literally is defined by our assumptions.

For example, if you grew up in a home that always fighting, your worldview will be the world is not a safe place, and you are helpless. If you desire to embark on this journey of transformation of self-discovery, I want you to keep in mind that no matter what you desire to attain in your life, there are some common tools and concepts that will help you get to where you want to go. Remember how small steps often lead to huge gains.

Embarking the journey of self-discovery does not require you to become something greater than you are. It merely entails complete fidelity to your authentic path.

I noticed that the major challenges in people’s lives happen when their life is not in alignment with who they truly are. Clients hire me as their coach because they want to improve an area of their life; where they are usually stuck in place and need help getting unstuck or finding new perspectives. The role of a coach differs. Any good coach will not only help you identify your goals but also coach you on how to get them and hold you accountable for what you want to create in your life.

Most of us have behaviors or thought patterns that are negatively impacting our lives and preventing us from evolving and growing. When we stop beating ourselves up for not living up to how we think we should be, we can begin to notice what gifts we have developed.

Recently I have had an awakening to put everything I have learned about living consistently an intentional life, my best self. Intention to be curious, kind, compassionate, and accepting of whatever my experience is, even if it is not how I want it to be.

If you feel you need to take back control of your life and embark upon this long-awaited journey of self-discovery. Please don’t hesitate to engage a coach or a therapist to help you transform into the best version of yourself.

With practice, you can change your habitual ways of thinking. You can’t stop bad things from happening, but you can stop your relentless focus on how things were or how you want them to be, and develop a deeper appreciation for what you have now.