let me let you know that you are not alone. Recently I found myself wondering if I was a late bloomer in some areas of my life. I honestly began to wonder about some of my God-ordained arrivals. Would I ever reach some of them? Should I even be trying? Right when I began to drown in that great big pool of deception because of my negative thinking. I made a choice to shake myself while declaring to myself what I knew to be the truth about who I was, and above all, I choose to believe what God has said and showed me to be true about myself.
According to elevatenetwork.com, people often tend to get stuck when making life improvements, such as finding a new job or switching careers because they believe it’s necessary to follow a plan-and-prepare-first method. They analyze all the options, set goals, and create a well-thought-out, perfect plan. This may have worked well while attending school and feel like a logical way to approach a new endeavor. However, many major life improvements and career trajectories rarely have clear paths or destinations. If you don’t know where you are going, it’s really difficult to create a map.
Also, since smart women often do things well, people often rely on them, whether it’s juggling multiple responsibilities or projects at work or caring for family. You may often put others first and not have the time to focus on yourself. This can lead women to feel overloaded and depleted and make it more difficult to try something new.
Here are a few tips and some ammunition to help you strategize your next moves:
Strategy #1. A Made-up Mind: Make up in your mind each day to choose to focus on the purpose in front of you. Whatever God has given you to be successful keep that in front of you as your main view.