Do you know how strong you are?

Updated: Apr 23, 2021

Do you know how strong you are?

You are so much stronger than you give yourself credit for.

You sometimes think you can’t handle this or that, you don’t feel strong, and you sometimes feel like everything is piling upon you, but every single time you find a way to plough through, victorious.

Why? Because you are strong! You were created for great things! You were created to overcome, but not just that. You were created to THRIVE!

To THRIVE, you must do three things.

1 – Find your tribe – A tribe is a group of people who support, lift, encourage, challenge and are there for one another. We are an average of the 5 people we most hang around with, so ask yourself if those people are really the type of people you want in your tribe- do they build you up, do they challenge you to be your very best, do you feel your best when you’re in their company? Find those people, be those people!

2- Show gratitude – Gratitude is so important to healthy mental health. When you create a grateful practice, you feel joy, happiness, and even more gratitude. You see your world from a place of beauty. Instead of looking at your life from a place of lack, you look at it from a place of thankfulness and even when you’re going through a tough time, you’re able to look at it from the gratitude of what is going well in your life. Start practicing gratitude every day by writing down what you’re grateful for.

3 – Have a THRIVE mindset – BELIEVE that you can thrive at whatever you want to do or and be whoever you want to be. Believe that if you work hard enough, everything that you dream can become a reality. Act as though whatever you want is already yours, and walk in that truth, and watch as you attract opportunities to make your dreams come true.

You have the power to do so much in your life. What are you waiting for?

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