I've adapted this post by Richard Branson to make it my own.
Take a moment to read this before bed tonight. You'll be happy you did
Post your own version so we can see and celebrate the most important things in your life...
You know me as Fiona May and I hear some of you are going through a tough time, and I would like to help you. I want to be open and honest with you, and let you know that happiness isn’t something just afforded to a special few. It can be yours if you take the time to let it grow.
It’s OK to be stressed, scared and sad, I certainly have been throughout my 50 years on earth. I’ve confronted my biggest fears time and time again. I’ve cheated death on many adventures, seen loved ones pass away, been challenged in business, minced my words in front of tough audiences, and had my heart broken and had to find my way through the craziness of a divorce I never thought I'd have!
I know I’m fortunate to live an...
If you do and you can't stop thinking about your ex, read on...
Every minute you spend one minute thinking about him is one minute you are not spending time thinking about yourself and your future. It's crazy and you literally have to growl at yourself and choose a different thought every time your mind goes there.
He's controlling your thoughts because you are allowing him to and whenever you do it, you are getting a payoff. That's why people stay stuck. Your payoff is a reward, and the thought that he may be unhappy, or karma will catch up with him or he'll come back or he's sorry, and suffering is you just wanting to be right and make him wrong.
Whilst you hold onto the judgement you can never be free.
Every time you find yourself thinking about him, STOP yourself by choosing a different thought and focus on something you can do in that minute that will benefit yourself.
You just have to accept the reality of the situation and you don't have to understand it, or get an apology...
Everyone says “just Love Yourself” but it's easier said than done… The problem is that most women don't even know-how and most have forgotten who they once did it!
They were once funny, happy, playful, trusting, inquisitive, adventurous, and started off their life journey as an excited little girl, who had big dreams, goals and desires.
But sadly, over time everything that those little girls knew and wanted was slowly chipped away at and their self-esteem and beliefs started to fade.
It happens slowly, bit by bit as they listen to what they are being told, hear, see and eventually they just accept how they are being treated.
It usually takes a life-changing event for them to stop and the come to the sheer realisation that they don't now know who they are and they feel lost.
This brings them to a point of recognising that the hopes and dreams they once held and aspired to, whom they thought they'd grow up to be, isn't the women they see when they look in the...
I often talk about the need for Women to attract a Magnificent Masculine man... I was asked by a client yesterday exactly what do I mean by that... We discussed it and to her, it was a very foreign concept.
She told me that she didn't even know any men that fitted that description. She thought masculine men were egotistical, big muscle, bad boys - but that is as far away from the truth as possible and not who a conscious magnificent masculine man is. She said her Ex wasn't like that, her Dad was not even emotionally available and she really struggled to understand.
It got me thinking and I thought I'd explain some of the traits here of how a Magnificent Masculine Man shows up...
A man who has high levels of integrity.
A Magnificent man is interested in a woman who is natural.
Creates a safe space for communication.
True to his word.
Consistent, especially through difficult times.
He is not afraid of criticism.
Comfortable in his own skin.
Accepts his faults and faces up to mistakes.