Although it’s been a challenging 18 months with the pandemic affecting us personally and professionally, you don’t have to feel stuck.

Use this time to set plans into motion for the future and building the life that you want for yourself.

I wanted to share a few things I’ve learned that it’s never to late

Rejection hurts. A lot. But it can also be a great motivator and teacher too.

You may start beating yourself up about being rejected in your personal or professional life and engaging in self-criticism.

However, rejection also has a way of teaching us, redirecting us and ultimately making our lives better.

But what if you

The end of the summer is close and a new season is about to be upon us.

In spite of what’s been a difficult year with the pandemic still clouding everything and affecting us personally and professionally, I wanted to provide some positive advice.

Here are some things I’ve learned that it’s never too late

Do you ever wonder how your life would be different if everything ended up working out the way you thought it would? Sort of like the movie Sliding Doors?

Sliding door moments are the seemingly inconsequential everyday moments that make or break the most important relationships in our lives.

In the movie Sliding Doors,

Here’s a list of some of the things I’ve stopped doing (or at least I’m working on not doing) in order to grow and become a better version of me:

  1. Overthinking
  2. Self-sabotaging
  3. Overextending myself
  4. Saying yes when I want to say no
  5. Procrastinating
  6. Getting in my own way
  7. Surrounding myself with people who don’t support