Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Are You Stuck?

By PeggySue Wells.
What’s holding you back from pursuing your dreams?  
       
Interviewing people for my books, talking with them at events, or interacting through one-on-one life coaching, I’ve found that many yearn to take their lives to the next level. To move the ‘someday’ list into the today category.

How can you make that happen? 
Can you make it happen?

My husband of over 20 years decided to leave. My seven children and I were devastated. Where was God? What do I do now? There were days I couldn’t get out of bed because of the weight of despair. Trying to cope and parent, the turning point came when I applied five simple steps that took me forward. These steps and the checkpoints that kept, and still keep me on track are given in my speaking events and my new book, Rediscovering Your Happily Ever After.

Slight modifications can produce boundless results. These simple acts I could incorporate by noon. Each one was a shift in my outlook and a simple attitude adjustment that is reaping a lifetime of benefits for me and my loved ones. Surprisingly, these steps helped me look more beautiful—inside and out. Even my posture improved.

If you could do anything, no matter how zany, unrealistic, or expensive, what would that be? What desire burns in your heart? What do you yearn to do and be?
Are you at a crossroad? Slight changes can make it easy for you and me to tweak our course and aim for a more satisfying today.

What are you resisting? A crisis can destroy us or it can make us stronger. Deeper. The turning point comes in how we face the crisis.

What are your excuses? Our excuses usually illuminate what we are supposed to do but are too scared to pursue and achieve. The only person who believes an excuse is the one serving it up. No one else is buying the bologna we are selling any more than we believe the excuses others dish out to us. An excuse is nothing more than a well-crafted lie that no one believes except the person making it.
How we keep our word, our commitments, reveals if we are people of integrity. Keeping my word to myself is as important as keeping my word to others.

Our lives are to be spent. Not to be saved. How we invest our life is one of the most important decisions we make. Are you living full out? Each of us decides how we will invest our time. Today is an opportune moment to invest your life in pursuits that will outlive you.

Go ahead. Dare to dream. Dream big. Then take the next step to make your dream reality. Invest the first five minutes and celebrate the progress. No excuses.

We all need an extra large scoop of hope, no matter where we are on our life’s journey. Whether you are stymied at a life-changing crossroad or eager to create an energetic tomorrow, you can affect the outcome of your life. Today.
PeggySue Wells is a dynamic and interactive speaker specializing in enabling others to reach for and achieve their dreams. She is a speaker and the author of a dozen books including Rediscovering Your Happily Ever After. Contact her at www.PeggySueWells.com.

About PeggySue:

PeggySue speaks with:
✴ humor
✴ interaction
✴ fresh insight
✴ practicality
✴ tangible tips
✴ inspiration
✴ enCOURAGEment

PeggySue tailors her presentation to the needs of your audience.

PeggySue Wells is an inspirational speaker and author. She has written more than a dozen books covering
a wide variety of topics. The author of over 1000 articles, her work appears nationally in newspapers and magazines.

Published credits include Focus on the Family Magazine, In Touch Magazine, The Christian Communicator, Mature Years, Purpose Magazine, New Homeowner Magazine, Significant Living, and Homecoming Magazine. As an educator, she writes curriculum and conducts classes and workshops for
students and adults. She championed the international teen writing and art competition and enjoys presenting interactive Young Author Workshops at schools.

PeggySue is a popular speaker at schools, colleges, universities, retreats, conferences, and corporate events.

To book PeggySue for your event, email peggysuewells@gmail.com.