6 ways you can change right now

Would you like to change, but the fear of who you might become is greater than staying where you are?

I get contacted by men and women all the time who are fed up with how things are. They’re exhausted, overwhelmed and just getting through the day is a struggle. Maybe they are having a secret meltdown, hiding it from their friends and family, which is having a major impact on their health and wellbeing.

I meet people all the time who, when I say what I do will say “Oh I need that”. Yet you can tell that they already feel guilty for making themselves a priority. Why do we find it so difficult to invest in ourselves, until sometimes all the bits just fall apart and then it takes so much longer to fix?

I’m not standing on a soap box telling you what to do. I know from experience. I pushed myself to my absolute limit and really could have gone under. Something made me ask for help, put myself in a vunerable position and I have been discovering the real me ever since.

What did I find? That I had been hiding my true potential for the last 20 years. In and out of jobs that I was good at but that just didn’t light my fire. Knowing I was meant to do something else, but feeling too small and diminished to do anything about it.

In the last few years I’ve surrounded myself with the most supportive and skilled people at making transformation, who have empowered me to push myself to new heights and break through all my limitations. I've invested time and money. It’s been a rocky ride, but I have learnt so much and now I ‘m ready to share that all with those people that need my help the most. When I look back at the old me, I am literally unrecognisable.

Whatever you do, don’t sit there wishing something would change or someone would point you in the right direction. Seek out your destiny before you look back and it’s too late. Make yourself a priority today.

What can you do right now to make changes?

  1. Meditate and listen to your intuition about what you could be doing

  2. Read books, look for signs of subjects or work that seem to draw you in

  3. Invest time and money in professional development

  4. Do things that make you feel good, healthy and happy

  5. Spend time in nature, on your own and think about starting a journal to record your thoughts and insights

  6. Think about the people who are guiding you and surrounding you and if they really have your best interests at heart. Join new groups, meet like minded people and be surprised at what opportunities suddenly start to appear.

If you do not change direction you may end up where you are heading
— Lao Tzu
Louise Hallam