Have you ever felt like a loser? Come on, be honest.
If you've ever been dumped by a boyfriend, ghosted by a so-called friend, or fired from a job, you know what it feels like to be on the losing end of something.
I used to see myself as a total loser. I thought I was unwanted, unloved, and worse--that nobody would ever love me or want me.
Now I see myself as resilient, resourceful, strong, capable, and yes, loved!
What happened? How did this total transformation take place?
That’s what I want to share with you in my new podcast, EMPOWERING RESILIENCE.
It doesn’t matter what's happened to you, you can turn it around, you can see it totally differently, and as a result, you can respond in a new way--a way that will empower you. The things that used to drag you down, can now be the things that lift you up!
It's not rewriting history or pretending it didn't happen. It's actually the opposite of that. It's looking at the honest truth of what happened with the context of your adult perspective and wisdom.
"Whatever has happened to you that you can still get emotional about is a BIG CLUE to what's informing the way you see yourself." --Rhonda Sciortino
Look, everybody goes through tough times. No one gets out of this life without experiencing some kind of painful situation. Some people, though, seem to get far more than their fair share of pain. If that describes you, then we need to talk.
I’ve experienced some heart-wrenching pain in my life. If you have too, then I get you, and chances are, you get me.
I’m willing to bet that we’ve gotten as far as we have because we’re tough, persistent, and too darn stubborn to give up.
If that’s you, you can turn those painful things you've been through into the stepping stones to your success. How? I'm going to tell you, strategy-by-strategy how to do it in the Empowering Resilience podcast and in my books Succeed Because Of What You've Been Through and Successful Survivors--The 8 Character Traits. The great news is that everything you need to create your awesome life is already inside of you.
In my Empowering Resilience podcast, I tell you from my heart what I know for sure. These strategies can transform you like they've done for me. So please join me so that you can leverage the powerful traits that are in you just waiting to be released.
Rhonda Sciortino, author of 30 Days to Happiness (featured on Ellen DeGeneres' show and included in her Kind Box), used the coping skills from her abusive childhood to create personal and professional success. She built two successful businesses, then turned her attention to helping others to find their purpose and their authentic success. More info can be found at www.rhonda.org.