We are all facing unprecedented times and need to embrace change and adapt to help break through barriers and come out on the other side stronger than ever. There is one underlying reality present everywhere in our physical universe: change.
Change is inevitable and therefore everything in life constantly moving, just a like a river in flow. Nature doesn’t complain that it has to change and adapt daily. Could you imagine what the world would be like if mother nature just stopped and there were no tides, or seasons?
We, as a human species, are not always crazy about change. If fact, we sometimes will avoid it at all costs. New directions, opportunities and horizons may be on the way, but are you ready to open the door?
And the trouble is, if you don’t risk anything, you risk even more.
We will do whatever it takes to create and keep security, certainty and a sense of control in our grasps. We put focus predictability; tip toeing through life until we die, hoping to not to rock the boat for fear of falling out.
If you are clinging to your comfort zone, I have two workshops (same day!) coming up this Thursday. Build a Mountain of Resilience, and the Art of Letting Go to help aid you through these times of change. Sister, there is a new “normal” coming our way, are you ready for it? What’s within you is stronger than what is in your way.
- Change your context and be spontaneous.
Take a walk in nature, go get a cup of coffee, but modify your current environment to stop the possible rumination of thoughts. Exercise offers a great mental boost, and gets your head cleared to allow positive thoughts to come forth.
- Question your thoughts and words.
Become more away of what you are saying and thinking. Don’t attach to or lock into one limited way of thing. Also pay attention to your language. Dispute the thought and words that don’t serve you. Then, substitute them with more productive ideas and phrases.
- Mix up the way you think.
Creative and innovation ideas usually arise following periods of both focused and thought and diffused attention. So, allow time to concentrate on challenges or projects both in a deliberate manner and also in an unfocused way while you are doing something else.
These tips will not only help your brain to grown in agility and flexibility but they also leave you feeling more resilient, creative and far more confident about accomplishing more of your most intimidating personal goals.
If you want to learn my skill sets from my lessons of being an outdoor leadership guide for last 15+ years on building resilience and empowerment, alleviating fear sign on for on or both of my workshops.
Stay safe my friends, am sending you love and health. Diana
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About Diana – Owner of Your Adventure Rx
Ladies, if you thought you couldn’t do it, think again. If you hang out with us for too long you’ll start believing in yourself and leave knowing you can accomplish anything. Diana is an Adventurer, Certified Therapeutic Recreational Specialist (CTRS), worked as professional outdoor recreation educator for people with and without disabilities for the last 20 years, traveled to over 20 countries and is also certified in Wilderness First Aid. She climbed many mountain peaks, biked numerous trails and paddled all around the world.