We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. -Aristotle
Once you begin the work to become your best, there are certain disciplines and new habits of thinking that will start to support your progress. You will need to consider how you will integrate these habits into your way of being as you begin this journey. It’s not enough to have the idea of wanting the best in life; you must commit to how you will make the necessary changes to become who you are meant to be. It takes determination, discipline, and a lot of practice to implement change over time.
Embark on this journey of self-discovery by:
- Exploring who you are beyond all measures and become uncomfortable enough to begin to understand the power that you have to manifest to the fullest potential of self.
- Taking this journey and fall madly in love with you.
- Embracing your life’s unique set of circumstance because you are uniquely different.
- Learning how to heal yourself through healing and forgiveness.
- Telling your inner critic where to go.
- Learning to step into your self-importance, because you matter.
- Understanding how your soul speaks to you through intuitiveness.
- Learning to quiet you mind and relax through the process of self-care.
- Learning to take care of your body, and create a life that you adore.
- Making the difference that only you can make.
The next 52-weeks will explore all of the above topics and then some. ‘Being Your Best,’ through the process of self-care, self-discovery, and allowing you the chance to release the pause on what has kept you stuck is the journey will you take starting now.
Over the next week, select a specific but different topic each day and journal your thoughts on how they pertain to your self-discovery process. Allow yourself to become vulnerable. Allow yourself to see who you truly are. Learn to be transparent and see your way through the process.
Welcome to the self-discovery process of becoming your best. Celebrate the choice to take this time to invest in no one else but you.