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[tweetmeme]There are times when we are gung ho about a project or a life change. We enthusiastically pursue our vision and have such optimism. Sometimes as we move forward we feel we are walking in quicksand. We know we are on the right track yet we can’t seem to make headway. What could possibly be the problem?

Often when things are not going smoothly, the reason is that we still have something in our energetic basement that needs tending to. Metaphorically, you can’t build a house without a solid basement or foundation. If there is a glitch in the basement wall, no need to even move another inch until that is addressed.

In life this could look something like this: You pursue a new business venture. You’ve been in business before, you know what to do. However this time it’s seems that everything you know or have done before will not work now. Could it be that there is something in your basement that still needs attention?

Chances are that you have an unresolved situation. Maybe you need to complete a previous business relationship. Maybe you want to approach finances differently than before. Or it could be that you have worthiness and confidence issues that are blocking your success.

This applies to any area of your life where you feel stuck. Consider taking a trip into your basement, not to mull, not to linger, but to assertively address the situation and then move forward as planned.
It may only take a short time once you discover it to the time you dissolve it. You are worth this.

Happy Tuesday

Enthusiastically,
Fran

For those making life, wellness, relationship transitions, I invite you to contact me for a complimentary session. 954 370 8001

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[tweetmeme] When you are pursuing a new venture and it doesn’t seem to be working out, it’s a natural impulse to quit and call it a failure.

When you have been eating right for weeks and nary a pound has fallen from your body, it’s understandable when you say ‘I might as well be eating a pizza’.

When you find yourself in a whirlwind relationship and all of a sudden turbulence it’s the air, of course the first thoughts will be ‘I must have made a mistake – I’m outta here”.

Most of us feel a tug at some point in our journey, even when we are passionate about something, if it occurs that things just aren’t going as planned. And we want to bail.

Do you think that those of us who bail a bit too soon are the same people who never truly get to experience the joy of achievement? Are the people who thrive the ones who hit a speed bump, and another and another but STILL continue in spite of it all?

All I know is it’s very frustrating to bust my tail for little or no reward. When this happens my thinking gets distorted and I begin to question my abilities, motives, and worthiness. Now this will surely thwart my possibilities don’t you think?

What it truly takes in times of adversity or breakdown is that inner muscle. The one that says, ‘I’m going forward no matter what. I am going to see this thing to fruition – and only THEN will I decide if I want to give up or not. Not because I am confronted with a challenge, but because I CHOOSE to. Bring on the challenge because it build my stamina, it strengthens my determination, it thrusts me forward’.

Continue until you get to the GOLD!

Happy Thursday

Enthusiastically,
Fran

Making a life transition and need support? Call me for a free consultation. 954 370 8001

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Wow, that sounds scary doesn’t it? What the heck does stepping out into nothingness mean anyway? I get a vision of someone jumping out of an airplane and feeling nothing beneath them. No net – not knowing where you will land, just trusting that you will land in the perfect place. For some, this is heaven, for others – this is hell.

Stepping out into nothingness is similar to having blind faith. Taking steps or even leaps in a direction where no one you know has ever gone and certainly a place that you have never been yourself. It may be something like leaving a job without a back up. Taking a leap of faith in a new venture. Jumping in or out of a relationship because it feels right but not because you have all the answers.

This type of blind faith would just ‘kill’ some people. Some just have to have security written all over an act. They want to research every nook and cranny before delving into making a decision. This is perfect – for them.

And while there is something to be said about playing it safe and being responsible; sometimes we feel an incredible urge NOT to play by the rules, not to be safe or do what others think we should do. Sometimes we just have to leap without knowing where we are going. We feel an impulse to trust the universe – and then….BAM… We GO!!

When this happens, no matter what the outcome, we will NEVER be the same. One: because the experience was new and enlightening. two: because we trusted ourselves like never before and it was so worth it.

Happy Friday

Enthusiastically,
Fran

Would you like to go through your Transition with ease? Call me 954 370 8001

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What are your options when you try everything and nothing seems to work? Do you give up? Do you try harder? Do you surrender to a higher source?

It’s a tough decision. When you are out there beating down doors to get business, or to make ends meet and you still can’t get ahead, how much harder do you need to work? Is there such a thing as relinquishing your energy and letting the chips fall where they may? Would that be considered giving up or failure?

Is there a right way to handle a relationship that is so turbulent, no matter how much you try you cannot see the light? Do you walk away or stay with your commitment?

When you have a child whose behavior is less than acceptable and yet you cannot penetrate them with sense, do you give up or fight back?

If you try and try again to eat right and exercise but you continue to fall short of your goals should you forget about trying at all?

We all have those things that challenge us. We all fall short of what we want, need or strive for. We ALL fail over and over again. So what does that mean when we fail? What does it mean when we can’t get ahead of ourselves? Why do others BEAT that race while others continue on a hamster wheel?

All I can say is this – when all else fails – Remember the following:

  • Know that you have choice. Choice seems to free us up from feeling imprisoned by our experience. Then choose the way to go. There is no right or wrong, there is only choice. So choose to go in another direction or persevere in the one you began.
  • Know there is a solution – there always is – trust that and stay committed to it.
  • Trust that there is an end to this – maybe soon, maybe not. But it’s coming
  • Know that what is happening is happening FOR you and not TO you. A muscle is building in you that one day you will see and appreciate. Maybe not today, but one day.
  • Times like these are a reminder not to speed up, but a time to reflect and allow ourselves to be guided and enlightened. Do what it takes to get universal/ divine support.

When all else fails, know that perspective plays a huge part in your situation. Change your thoughts, change your story.

I wish you a smooth day.

Enthusiastically,

Your partner during tough times

Fran

Going through a transition that requires support and guidance? Call Fran 954 370 8001

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