Thinking about how to reinvent yourself? Often when people ask me about the changes and the positivity that reflects from my life, I ask them instead, albeit cliché, my favorite question – When was the Last Time? So then for today, I shall want to ask you a few of my favorite ones. Answer them honestly.
When was the last time you woke up in the morning and were raring to have a go at the day?
When was the last time you patted your back and told yourself – Good Job?
When was the last time you didn’t feel tired and directionless half way through the day?
When was the last time that you felt worthless and not making enough sense to your own self?
And last…and the most important one –
When was the last time when you went back to your bed, satisfied and happy about the day?
The answer to the above questions will tell you, whether or not you are in the realization of your true potential. If not, then maybe its time to ‘Re-Invent’ yourself. I am completely aware that there’s a huge fuss about the word Re-Invent – On how to do it? On how to go about it? And what will the end result be like. From my personal experience I can tell you that you don’t have to sweat about Re-Inventing yourself; because reinvention is more about the awareness than the forced efforts. It is about your consciousness for a better and stronger self. It is more about the process than the end result. Believe me, every time I have re-invented myself, it has always been when I am most broken. It is exactly when we hit rock bottom, that we need to pick ourselves up and turn things around. From my experiences, I have to believe that re-invention is a necessary part of our lives; necessary for a stronger, clearer and a happier us.
My guest today is a Master of turning things around – a breast cancer hero, a life coach, an inspiring Wonder woman, Nadine Chammas. She is someone that I have always looked up to. Often and rightfully called as Ms.Positivity, Nadine has this unique quality of spotting a ray of hope even in the darkest situations. I believe that it takes a woman of great substance like Nadine, who started coaching her own self, once she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
De-cluttering your mind, loving yourself, picking up your pieces together, realizing your true potential…when Nadine and I start talking, we can just go on and on even as we try and spread the light of positivity and reinvention. So then I guess I shall leave you with the interview of Nadine with the hope that if you are feeling stuck, you shall press re-invent button.
Start small but start for sure. Of course, please don’t forget to write in with your stories of re-invention; because both my readers and I can always feel better with a little more positivity.
Love and Health,