My mission is to help people who are struggling to find their place in the world to forge a pathway of purpose and live up to their full potential.
Are you struggling with issues of self-worth, self-confidence, finding courage, making good decisions for yourself, self-image, understanding your purpose in life, or just feeling down right lost altogether? I have been exactly where you are now.
Getting to a state of self-actualization is something that every human being has the ability and desire to do. The trouble is, many of us don’t know how or why we are faced with endless barriers, challenges, or roadblocks that we cannot seem to break through. Some of them are obvious, others are harder to recognize because they are embedded deep into the corners of our minds through the years.
It’s a problem that so many people face daily, and they struggle to navigate their decisions with confidence and self-belief. When there is such an elevated focus on the negativity in the world, it can be difficult (and feel impossible) to drown out the things that just don’t matter or have no relevance to you. As human beings, we inherently allow negative thoughts, self-doubt, other’s criticism or lack of belief in us to obscure our self-image.
That’s where I come in. Bluebird In A Box is specifically designed to take you on a journey of self-discovery that allows you to overcome your personal fear factors that reside in the corners of your mind and debilitate your pathway to reach your full potential and live with purpose.
Everyone deserves to live a life filled with opportunity, joy, love, peace and happiness, and that includes the skills and abilities to overcome lack of confidence, a negative or fearful mindset, lack of identity and poorly developed self-image.
The Journey Less Travelled
How many times in a day do you stop to ask yourself how you’re feeling? It might sound stupid but it’s a valid question. As human beings, over time we’ve evolved and developed a world around us that is fast moving, overloaded with resources and information, motivated by instant gratification at the speed of obtaining or consuming material things, and we are starving for social connection, social identity, and finding our purpose in life. Yet, many of us are further from ourselves than we’ve ever been before.
We’ve lost touch with who we are as individuals and function on autopilot mode to keep up with each day that just passes us by. Time has never stopped to wonder about whether we’re coping or not. And so many of us don’t stop to ask that very same question. Work, study, chores, hobbies, leisure, travel, cooking, cleaning, sorting, learning, buying, selling, gaining, losing.
But what about your feelings? Your thoughts? We cast them aside as if they are just the excess baggage that comes as a result of every interaction, event, moment, and decision. And although this is partly true, it is the key danger we face - allowing our thoughts and feelings to sit in the driver’s seat. Every day, we let our thoughts guide our decisions - what to feel, what not to feel, what to wear, what not to wear, how to say it, rather don’t say it, take the chance, don’t bother - you don’t have what it takes, and so on and so forth. We are constantly in a state of mental turmoil.
We fleetingly brush off these thoughts and feelings, both good and bad, without realizing the power of our minds and the role it plays in the ultimate navigation of the rest of our lives. We let our thoughts quietly override our emotions, embedded with the vast amount of influential networks and systems that we’ve allowed to grow, living with an incomplete self-image manifested by elements out of our control. That same network of psychological bag of mixed marbles has created an image of self for us.
The view that you have of yourself yourself, ultimately controls the way you live your life.
So you need to start listening to your inner voice and asking some hard questions to filter out the ‘stuff’ that doesn’t matter, that isn’t true, that you don’t agree with and that you don’t need. I see too many people wasting precious time and energy on the thoughts and opinions of others, and the shell they become of themselves, losing their own self image in the garbage that the rest of the world is feeding them.
In order to overcome this problem, in order to rise above the ‘noise’, you need to start getting up close and personal with yourself. You need to start acknowledging the road that brought you here, accept the things that don’t matter, can’t change or won’t make your life any better, and start forging a new road ahead for yourself. By understanding yourself, accepting your whole self and truly loving yourself, inside and out, you will unlock the power to reach your full potential and live a life filled with joy, peace and happiness.
If you want to have better relationships with those that matter to you, and start living with greatness, you need to start by having a great relationship with yourself.
“Love yourself first and everything else falls into line.” - Lucille Ball
If you’d like to find out how to overcome a negative mindset, and take steps toward a better future for yourself, get a free copy of my e-book, Redesign Yourself Now. To grab your free copy, click on this link.