90 Day Challenge: Day 37 – Finding Your Inner Power

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You can find your inner power. I want to start with this quote by Maya Angelou, “Nothing can dim the light that shines from within.” Knowing who you are is very important in being the best you can be. To put it differently, finding your inner power will help with you being the best you can and that inner power ties closely with your values and your strengths.

What are values? Values are the things that we believe to be important to us. Things that we stand for no matter what and such things are like, love, friendship, commitment, hardworking, honesty, compassion to name a few. By you knowing your values it will make it easier for you to navigate your way through life. That means you’ll not settle for just about anything.

We all make decisions.

We often make our decisions based on our values, some of us are conscious of what our values are but some of us are not but we all make decisions daily. So, if we really want to find our inner power we need to know exactly what we stand for. I know you may have heard this popular saying, “if you stand for nothing, you’ll fall for anything.” That’s true because you’ll just settle for anything and you should not settle just for any and anything. You are priceless as a matter a fact. Therefore, it’s time to start working on that inner power and we all have access to it.

By trying to be like everybody else you are only suppressing your inner power.

What are your strengths? Finding your inner power also ties to knowing what you are good at and knowing what you are good at ties closely with figuring out who you are. We all have unique abilities, things that we can do naturally and if you really want to find your inner power focus on your strengths. I know sometimes you may want to focus on your weakness but that will not fuel your inner power, unless your weaknesses are becoming a hindrance to your personal growth and well-being.

Success is achieved by developing our strengths, not by eliminating our weaknesses. –Marilyn vos Savant

It is imperative that you name both your values and strengths, by doing so you’ll soon to realize your new-found zest for life. Knowing who you, is priceless and who your are ties to what you value and what you find easy to do.

Life may not be easier but at least you’ll know who you are, what you stand for and what you are naturally good at.


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5 responses to “90 Day Challenge: Day 37 – Finding Your Inner Power

  1. This is definitely a wonderful read. It’s quite empowering and I truly feel energized ready to move forward, as I embrace my value

  2. This was a wonderful read. I was energized and is now fired up and ready to launch out…good post

  3. I love Maya Angelou quotes…such an inspiration she was. I had the good fortune of having parents who instilled in me the importance of values and self-awareness. Each in their own way they demonstrated the conviction they had about their own personal values. It inspired me greatly through my career and personal life and yes…my decision making process is very much based on those values.

    Thank you Richard.

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