While I think it's great to be someone who's motivated and constantly pushing forward, you have to avoid burnout, too.
To follow your passions, you have to be committed to the process and to the ups and downs that come with anything worth having in life.
Perhaps we've been looking at purpose all wrong. Perhaps to find your purpose you have to start with what bothers you.
The energy of the world is always changing. If you're like me and longing to get *unstuck* and reclaim your life back, here are some ways to do this.
When you fully embrace your stress, you see difficult moments as things you can work into rather than through.
An important part of learning how to assert yourself is recognizing that you’re imperfect. And that’s okay.
In the words of a recovering perfectionist: it’s better to have something that’s messy but embodies you, than something you're just trying to get *right.*
With a positive perspective, you are no longer rooted. Instead, you’re always moving, finding your footing, and overcoming the next obstacle in your way.
Imposter syndrome might be affecting how you work, how you feel, or your self-perception, but it doesn’t have to. Here’s how you can combat it.
One of the most beautiful things, in my opinion, is stepping into your professional worth and identity.