5 Tips for Creating Your Dream Life
Follow your passions. Your interests, talents and dreams are made up of the things that you love to do and that come easy for you. Believe in yourself, yet be willing to put in extra effort to achieve your goals. Become an expert in your field; donít be afraid to ask for advice from others who have succeeded.
My interest and love of music and children led me to a unique career which brought me wonderful experiences and great fulfillment. My passion to help others to achieve their highest health potential has served me well in my current career-and it too proves to be very gratifying. I couldnít have succeeded without the advice and counseling of others who encouraged and helped me along the way. And still the adventure continues.
Kindred souls share their dreams, and those dreams can become reality. My family and friends have been my foundations of life. If youíre fortunate enough to have supportive family members or friends, be grateful for them, cherish them, make time for them.
If you lack close family or friends, then cultivate friendships; join groups that hold a special interest for you. Keep an open heart; you can make friends at any age. Listening to others is an excellent starting point. To find and nurture such close relationships is in itself fulfilling and life sustaining.
Become a life-long learner for personal growth. Sometimes difficult experiences force us to learn. Many years ago, when I was suffering from poor physical health, a family member faced a mental health issue at the same time. Those circumstances prompted me to seek a healing journey Ė to find healthier ways to live for both of us.
Soon after, I felt the need to share this healing pathway with others and in this way, I founded a new career. Clearly, itís possible to learn something new or even change career paths at any age. But truly, every day can be a quest for learning. Keep curiosity alive….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.
Rosalie Moscoe, Registered Nutritional Consultant Practitioner, is an established author and former teacher of college-level courses in stress management.