Happiness is an inside job
We all search for what it means to be truly happy.
I used to think it came from my achievements, so I accomplished quite a lot. But with every gold star, it felt like something was still missing or that I needed to do more.
Maybe a different partner was the answer, or new friends. Perhaps a different job or a new city. I tried all those things too.
I’d be happy for a while but eventually ended up feeling unfulfilled again.
The best way I can describe it is this shallow vein of dissatisfaction and restlessness with life.
It wasn’t until I learned how to manage my mind that life finally clicked.
No matter what I changed outside of me, I still had the same thought patterns running the show.
I realized if I wanted to experience life differently, I had to start thinking about it differently.
The work was so powerful I became a full-time coach to help other women take ownership of their lives.