“Self discovery is the stepping stone to an INPowering life. Seek, and you will find.”
Thoughts are things
Our thoughts shape our actions. We can program ourselves for INPowerment when we select what we will think about and how we will think about living our lives.
I hope these sayings and my audio commentary about them will help you become more INPowered at home, at work, and in your community.
Remember, you were born with a heart and a mind from which you grow a conscience and the courage to follow it, use them both.
A mistake means the result of our action did not measure up to the expectations we had when we took that action. Therefore, we can ask a few important questions as we learn our way out of our mistake.
:ook for constructive ways to use this pause that mother nature provided to give you reprieve from the distractions, the hustle and bustle, the frenzy that you had let happen to you.
Accountability is he essence of INPowerment. Choice is the ultimate freedom; therefore, accountability is the ultimate responsibility.
Control is a man-made illusion. Life is not choreographed; it is expressed. It’s a freeform dance not knowing the next step until it presents itself.
No matter the obstacles, the adaptable will learn the necessary new tricks, and we will survive and thrive.
In any time of crisis, do the work of recovering from adversity. Love yourself enough to show up every day and doing what is necessary to get a little better—to fly above the clouds in the sunshine.
An INPowering and ethical Leader knows that for every statistic they cite, there are human beings associated with the numbers. Everything is personal.
Keep your eyes on the main thing. Distractions cause us to take our eyes off the real, underlying issues that must be addressed.
In times of crisis, decisive action can’t afford the luxury of the perfect solution. Sometimes good enough will do to get past the immediate danger.
We live in a world of relationships. In difficult times, no one needs to be alone. Isolation is a choice.
Trying harder might not be the problem. Try something different.