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Path to Transformation

Updated: May 27, 2023

"The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." - Lao Tzu

The path to transformation is unique to each of us; it is likely that you would have already started it without realizing it since its walk is associated with your own life.

There are no right or wrong paths, it is the experiences and learnings that we rescue in transit that determine whether we have advanced or retreated in our transformational development. Every time we face a challenge, a change, walk through unknown paths, embark on a new adventure in a project, or simply have to respond to a call, it is an opportunity to find a life experience.

The transformation is likely not to develop as a film where everything fits chronologically but is made up of moments of learning and reflection. Look at your life from an external perspective, and refer to Steve Jobs: "You can't connect the points looking to the future; you can only connect them by looking back. Therefore, you must trust that the points will be connected in some way in the future. You have to trust something: your instinct, your destiny, your life, your karma, whatever."; we must trust that the steps we take for transformation make sense and will lead us to grow personally and professionally. You are destined to fulfill your destiny through transformation, trust in the journey, and trust in your instinct and your values.

Often, we are faced with situations that fill us with doubts, that lead us to inaction and not to respond to the call of the challenges we face; these are obstacles that are built by inner fear. Our thoughts sometimes make us feel insecure and limit our ability to act, make mistakes, or experiment. Face the challenge, conquer your mind, and become that accomplice who will help you get into the game of action, entrepreneurship, or adventure. Let's be aware of the consequences of inaction and the limiting thoughts that lead us to doubt our ability.

Every obstacle, challenge, or test will bring moments of victory or discouragement; in each one, we will have to look for the meaning, impact, or learning that will strengthen our inner will, such as Thomas Edison's famous phrase about the electric light bulb: "I have not failed. I just found 10,000 ways that don't work." We will learn the rules of this new world of transformation, your commitment and desire to overcome will be inexhaustible and along the way, you will find allies and detractors with whom you will develop the best version of yourself.

Every life experience gained is not the end of the journey, it is only the next step of growth; internalizing what has been learned and demonstrating to yourself that change is possible is the greatest satisfaction we can obtain.

If you are willing to embark on this journey of transformation, at MOMENTUM COACHING we will help you define that path and travel it together.


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