We are all story tellers. Our minds are wired to make sense of what we see, feel and experience around us. Every event is run through the filter of our own particular set of beliefs to draw a conclusion that makes sense to us.
Do you see yourself as hero or villian? Or victim? Listen to the conversation inside your head - what kinds of things do you tell yourself about who you are, how life works, and who is in control?
Write about what’s bugging you. Write about what you’ve already tried. Write about what worked and what didn’t work. Write about why it did or didn’t work. That should get you started.
Writing seems to bypass the story and allows us to bridge that 12-inch gap between our head
and our heart. Between what we believe and how we feel. Today let's think about the story we've created and what is true about our life.
Kim Halsey is a human resource professional and executive coach who helps people overcome life damaging habits, restore important relationships, and live their dreams without drama.