I received Facebook and email messages telling me about some difficult situations and how the post was a word in due season. That makes me SO happy!
Sometimes when we’re down and out, the last thing we want to do is read inspirational stories, but I actually prescribe it to some of the amazing women I coach, because if we don’t remind ourselves that wonderful things can and do happen, we just might forget when we’re not in such a good state of mind.
The key here is to approach it from a place of believing that if it could happen to someone else, it could happen to you.
The reality is that not everyone gets whacked over the head with their epiphany – and maybe that’s for the best. ;-) Inspiration, hope, insight, faith, etc. comes in many different forms.
Reading these stories will spur you to reflect on your own life and impress upon you that fact that everyone has a unique purpose which unfolds differently.
If you don’t read Epiphany, consider a biography or autobiography of someone that interests you and see what you can learn from their story. Or do a Google search for inspirational stories. There are sooo many out there!
While it would be lovely to be showered with hope without doing anything, we usually have to do something to receive it. But when we do, we're gifted for our efforts. Promise.
The next time you're in need of a lift, make one small attempt to cheer yourself up, and watch what happens.
You could go to the library (and “bee” sure to return it on time) OR you could follow me on Facebook and post the top 2 things you’re hoping for. When you do, you’ll be entered in a drawing for a free copy.
And as always, if you liked this, chances are someone you know might too, so please feel free to spread The Buzz by sharing with the links and buttons so that more people can “bee” inspired.
Thank you for sharing and until next time…
Amy, The Queen Bee NYC
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