What are your dreams? What are the things you want to do and achieve that you have shut off?
We all have dreams and far too often they go unfulfilled, unclaimed. And yet we have the chance to make them real.
Blissful living is the desire that burns within you to create or accomplish something. But when you examine the dream you question your ability to achieve it, your right to be bigger than you are at this moment. Let’s face it, some dreams just seem so way out there that the only tag you can put on them is impossible.
I believe that dreams are made to come true. They are created within you with possibilities. However, you hold the key because somewhere along the line you have to believe that you can make things happen.
To get to that place of belief you need to unpick the small thinking that has been installed and reinstalled by parents, school, friends, work and yourself.
And what is small thinking? It is the belief that just going through the motions of daily living, the zombie state as I call it, is all there is to life. Bearing in mind how many people do it, it’s easy to see why you might feel the same. I did too until I made a conscious decision not to.
- So choose to be fearless, not fearful
- Be bold, not timid
- Believe in your greatness, don’t dismiss it
- You are unique and gifted
You are here for a purpose… live it!
Published by YvonneB
A catalyst for change, Yvonne Bignall is a breath of fresh air in the extraordinary way she helps women 50+ to reconnect with life & their innate power through radical self-care, guilt-free!
She supports, encourages, and inspires women to prioritise their health, one bitesize action at a time. Her work is challenging as it navigates through difficult conversations, listening & observing how women’s health issues have been:
❊ Under-resourced &
❊ Swept under the carpet
She helps women to recognise & unpack old scripts that still (sadly enough) tell them that their value derives from their level of caregiving of others, their output. The truth is it is the input, the ability to resource self, which provides women with the energy required to realise their true potential.
Along with her team, she explores the thoughts, behaviour & habits, often born out of guilt, gender expectations, and reinforced narratives, with curiosity (not judgment), discarding the unhelpful, whilst reclaiming innate power through the creation of new patterns, restoring a sense of self, outside of societal expectations. In her opinion, this allows women to:
✔ Develop an elevated level of self-awareness
✔ Build / rebuild their confidence & self-belief
✔ Value all of who they are and invest time in who they want to be at their best
A self-care warrior, an encourager & inspirer, Yvonne is today an award-winning Women’s Health Advocate, Published Author, and an International Presenter. She is also a Radio Show Host and a Podcaster.
Yvonne is focused on building a community of women, www.PermissionToThrive.online, who are ready to reclaim their right to self-care, guilt-free, and who prioritise their health without apology, role-modeling behaviour & habits that inform generations to come of their true value.
She also advocates for self-care over burnout in the workplace, delivering practical webinars in the corporate space. In her own words, “It is time for employees to prioritise their wellbeing. How will they deliver their best work without it?”
One of her favourite quotes comes from Eleanor Brown, ‘Rest and self-care are so important. When you take time to replenish your spirit, it allows you to serve others from the overflow. You cannot serve from an empty vessel’
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🌱 Become part of the self-care revolution at Permission to Thrive or
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2 Comments Add yours
You hit the nail on the head. The sometimes overwhelming feeling you were meant for something or to do something that makes a difference. I feel that way often. Hmmm… maybe I should run for office!
Jennifer, you'd be amazed at how doing some volunteer work for a worthy organization will make you feel. Try it! 🙂