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Stay True To Who You Are

I saw this today, and I have so many thoughts on this statement. 💜
Let me start off with, everything I have gone through, experienced, been a witness too, learned about people, I have learned one of the most important things!! STAY TRUE TO WHO YOU ARE!!!
People want power.
People want to be powerful; they want to get ahead, they want what you have at times, but also, people do not want to always put the work in to get it. Sometimes people do not want to talk to someone to actually find out what is going on in your life. They don’t want to see how your situations really are.
They instantly want to jump into action and think they are saving everyone by just taking over, getting an opinion of what they “think” is going on, and take you out because they only want what you have or had.
Now this isn’t for everyone, but it for sure is for the ones that read it and say, “oh shoot”, is she talking to me???
Maybe I am, maybe I am putting this out there to have you rethink things. Maybe this is out there to STOP trying to hurt people to get what YOU WANT!!
Why can’t you work hard for what you want?
Why can you not be your unique self to get what you want?
Why can’t you be happy for the person that has what you want, and think, goodness, if they can do it, so can I?
Why can’t you set yourself apart from others and offer something a little different that makes people want to come to you?
Why don’t you maybe count your blessings for what you have, be grateful for those that helped get you there, and not take down the ones you don’t think are doing things how YOU want them to be?
Why don’t you pick the phone up and have a conversation to understand things better?
Why don’t you get back to the old fashion way and talk to others, listen to others, and cheer others on, even when it’s not how you would do it?
These are just some things to think about!
What we need more of in this world is, unique hard working caring people.
There is enough hatred and shaming going on. You don’t need to add to it. Be your best self, and if you have to hurt others to be your best self, you need some hard soul searching to happen. You might need to look in the mirror and ask yourself, is this who I want to be?
Let’s build one another up. Let’s cheer each other on.
We all have our journey. We all have a purpose. That purpose should not be to DESTROY OTHERS to get what you want!!
If you need a cheerleader, reach out to me,
I am more than happy to cheer you on to achieve your dreams and goals.
I want you to be happy. I want you to reach your highest potential, but I don’t want you to hurt others to get there.
Let’s live our best life TODAY, because we are not promised tomorrow, and if tomorrow does not come, will you be proud of your journey and who you are?
XoXo Dee
Finding Your Purpose

Finding Your Purpose

Finding Your Purpose: Questions to Ask Yourself

Do you know how to find your purpose? If you posed that question to several people, the majority would likely answer no. It’s because there is a world of possibilities. People are afraid to try something new out of fear of the unknown. They often don’t know how to go about looking for what they should be doing.

You need first to ask if what you are doing now is satisfying. Put aside the bills and your paycheck for a moment. Do you get a charge out of getting up every morning to go to work? How do you feel on Sunday evenings, assuming you start up work on Mondays? Do you dread having to get up in the morning on Monday, or does it excite you?

Another problem is you may feel stuck

doing something in which you don’t believe. Suppose you work for a company that isn’t doing right by the community. It may be legal, but you don’t feel it’s ethical. It pays well, and that is why you stick with it. You even like many of the people who work there. However, the company sells something that makes your stomach turn. An example of this could be working for a tobacco company. You need to ask yourself if you can continue to work in an environment that doesn’t fit well with you.

You will also need to ask yourself what will it take to make changes to get out of your current situation and into something you enjoy. It may require going back to school or at least, training online. Luckily, there are several options available, and many of them are cheap or free.

If you find that the path is well laid out, ask yourself are you’re willing to put in the time and make an effort? If not, you haven’t truly found your purpose. You either need to continue what you are doing or find another path. Keep doing this until you are willing to put forth the effort.

You should explore your current situation and determine if you can change up your routine on the road to finding your purpose. For instance, ask your company if there are other opportunities within the organization that you can explore. If there are, they may ask you to serve two roles (your old position and your new one) while transitioning. Working like this could require putting in overtime, etc. But, it gives you some options to explore your purpose


XoXO Dee


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