Move From Struggle To Ease With One Smart Question
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Our culture teaches us from an early age, that life is hard. Struggle makes you strong, gives you a purpose, something to do. Yet resisting ease and being attached to struggle causes so many a great deal of stress, worry, and pain. The real problem is you can’t have a great life in struggle. You can build a great business in struggle. What’s important to know is that in many cases this difficulty and struggle is totally self-induced and unnecessary.
The addiction to struggle single handedly prevents people from living a life of peace. It runs deep within me, and many others that I know. It starts to become a part of us, and in some ways it gives us purpose. What if we started to own the aspects of our lives that are easy to us? Better yet, what if we expect things to get easier than they already are? Imagine the time and energy and peace of mind we can get back if we simply let go of our attachment to the struggle.
You can begin to identify as the person that good things happen to. You can create solutions and build something great when you’re outside of the struggle. Today I’m sharing with you what happened when I shifted my mindset from “life is hard” to “life is easy”, and how you can do the same.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- The underground reasons we look for ways to make things more difficult — even when they don’t have to be
- What our culture teaches us about difficulty, hardship and struggle
- How we can experience our life differently if we allow things to be easier
- 4 simple steps to move from struggle to ease while performing and feeling better
- The Top Five Regrets of the Dying, Bronnie Ware
- The No Complaining Rule, Jon Gordon
- Check out last week’s episode, 3 Steps to Move You From Exhausted to Energized As You Serve, here.
- Connect with me on Instagram @rita_hyland_coaching
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About Rita Hyland
With over 20 years of experience as an executive and leadership coach, Rita helps leaders — emerging and established — excel in corporate and entrepreneurial environments.
Rita believes if leaders were more clear about how transformation really works and more intentional about creating what they want, their impact, success, and influence in the world would be unstoppable.
Through her coaching programs, private coaching, and masterminds, Rita shows leaders how to win consistently and create the impact and legacy they desire.
Central to Rita’s work is the understanding that you will never outperform your current programming, no matter how strong your willpower.
When you learn to use Rita’s proprietary Neuroleadership Growth Code, a technology which uses the best of neuroscience and transformational psychology to hit the brain’s buttons for change, YOU become both the solution and the strategy.
Her mission is to end talented, hard-working, and self-aware leaders spending another day stuck in self-doubt or confusion and not contributing their brilliant work and talent the world so desperately needs.
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