Ask These 4 Questions to Improve Your Life

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If I could share 500 words to inspire, this is the important wisdom I'd want to pass along to others...

  • Open your heart to possibilities, allowing the light of God to give you what you need. You can have plans; however, you must allow space for surprises, delights, connections, and the time it takes for things to unfold.

    Hope comes from the head and heart, through the soul and the spirit. Don’t get stuck in a ‘little idea’ of you, but find freedom in knowing that beyond you, there is a force working to pick up the pieces in the darkest hours, the brightest days and even through confusion and healing!

    The four-letter word “Life” has allowed us to be here today. Whatever thoughts, feelings, attitudes, and actions we have had have caused us to be right where we are.

    Are you satisfied? What would it take to satisfy you? …Honestly, have you taken the time to consider what thoughts, feelings, attitudes, and actions you would need to choose in order for you to be satisfied? It’s a lot of work.

    What do you really want? In your life, home and relationships? What qualities do you want in your mate? In your spiritual life and community? In your finances and health? In your work and educational endeavors? That’s a lot to consider.

    Why does it matter? Oftentimes, we are conditioned to think, feel, and act in certain ways – based on cultural influences from a young age. So really think about it. Patterns or habits could be keeping you right where you are.

    When you were in kindergarten or first grade, you were probably enthusiastic, daring, energetic, and a risk-taker, ready to raise your hand as soon as a teacher formed a question. Outgoing. Confident. Tenacious.

    What happened? Even if you were more introverted, there was probably an inner knowing that pushed you to try things, explore and ask questions, until you were satisfied with the results. Yet, one day, somebody might have said, “Children should be seen and not heard.” Or, “Do as I say, not as I do.” Or, how about just “NO!”

    So please choose! Choose your attitude – it will make you and break you. Choose the thoughts that will put a smile on your face (you’ll look and sound better!). Choose your feelings about yourself, abilities, and your current circumstances (emotions are temporary, feelings are where you live) and reinforce them with what you actually want. Choose your actions – “With practice and a plan, I will get the results I really want.”

    Are you willing? Think about one thing you really want – perhaps it’s confidence, patience or love, just choose one – and focus on that one word every morning seven times, and every night seven times, in your mirror for seven days, and imagine the gift YOUR LIFE will reveal.

    Jo Lena Johnson

    Jo Lena Johnson is a Publisher, Author, Relationship Strategist, Coach, Intl. Trainer and Speaker, TV Show Host...Providing Essential Leadership, Communication & Relationship Building Skills for Today's World. Jo Lena Johnson lived in "The City of Angels" and spent several successful years in marketing and radio before focusing her efforts on purpose-driven work as a Leadership Trainer & Communication Facilitator. Ms. Johnson has penned several inspirational books and is extremely excited about the upcoming release of "Strategic Planning for Love & War, Relationships and Adult Conversations." Helping people understand why they struggle, why men & women see love and relationships differently, and what to do about it is what her latest endeavor offers, with her partner and Co-Author Chief Steven Charles Martin. Helping people to express themselves through writing, Ms. Johnson is also the Publisher of Mission Possible Press, a division of Absolute Good Training & Life Skills Management, which Ms. Johnson founded in 1998. Her extensive and intuitive skills as a coach have helped many achieve personal, professional and teams goals. Jo Lena wears many hats and no matter what her role – publisher, trainer, or coach, she is a leader 100% of the time. 

    For more information, please visit JoLenaJohnson.com.

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    1. Patrick
      Patrick says:

      Well Jo Lena, those are questions I never thought to ask myself. I lived spiritualy, and emotionaly, but never asked three, of the four questions. Thankyou you Jo Lena, for this inspiration. It inspired me. Today im going with love, snd sending to you.

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