Where you ultimately end up is dependent on your daily attitude and response.This morning one of our coaching clients, Monica—a recovering victim of a fairly recent and debilitating car accident—was smiling from ear to ear the minute our FaceTime coaching session began. “What has you in such good spirits today?” I asked her. “I’m thinking differently about things…about how lucky I am to be alive,” she replied. “I thought the injuries I sustained in that accident last year signified the end of life as I know it, but now I realize they signify the beginning.”All details aside, Monica decided to begin again, in her mind first and then in her life.
It’s taken her several months of healing and practice, but she has consciously let go of the “shoulda, woulda, coulda” attachments in her head about her circumstances, and she has stepped forward with grace and determination.
Her new beginning has nothing to do with the recent New Year, and everything to do with a new way of thinking.Truth be told, today is really the beginning, for all of us.Read more on marcandangel.com