Today’s blog is about “Embracing The Process”
Embrace accept or support (a belief, theory, or change) willingly and enthusiastically. It’s an act of accepting or supporting something willingly or enthusiastically. Embrace an idea.
Process is a series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end. A process is a series of steps and decisions involved in the way work is completed.
Everything we do in life is a process. As we embrace this idea, it will make it easier to embrace the process in whatever it is you are doing.
To embrace the process is to know that things don’t change or happen overnight. For example, if you are looking for a job, it’s a process. First, you prepare your resume, you research jobs, you apply for the job, you have an interview (or these days, multiple interviews 😊), you get the job offer, then you get a start date, then you start working on the job, embrace the process. Another example of a process is when we want to overcome something, e.g. food addiction, being stuck, living in mediocrity, or stuck, etc. there is a process. First we have to analyze our life, see what’s the why of what it is you are doing that you want to change, depending on what it is, seek the right help, strategize a plan, and work the plan until you overcome the issue, embrace the process.
You’ll have to lay-out a plan and take daily action steps on your plan, all while embracing the process because it takes action to achieve your goal of what you want to accomplish. Nothing changes if you don’t do something different.
However, this can be challenging because we are living in microwave times where we want things done instantly, we want it done so quickly, but we have to embrace the process and keep moving forward at the same time.
One of the things I embraced the process in was when I got divorced. I got the book “Healing The Brokenhearted”, I bought the “emotional healing package”, I got a coach and continued working on my inner healing. This was a process because of the layers and layers of brokenness, but I am so happy I embraced the process because it is so worth being free internally.
In whatever it is you are doing, you need to embrace the process, here are three things I advise:
o One is having patience while you work the plan. As the saying goes, it’s a marathon, not a sprint.
o Two, get a coach and take classes.
o Three, work on one item at a time until completion.
There is always hope to embrace the process and be free to create the life of your dreams.
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The journey has been long for me because I didn’t have the tools or guidance needed to help me through back then. I’m happy that I’ve gained a lot of knowledge and am now using it to help mankind. It’s one of my passions and purpose. There are many programs out there, however, with my programs, I’ve taken the guess work out, and will help you to save many years. And, know that you are never alone.
I encourage you to analyze and evaluate your life to see where you are regards to where you need to embrace the process, and depending on the outcome of your evaluation, take necessary steps to change it because it is possible. As you know from my testimonies, I’m speaking from experience. Know that you are not alone it this, you can reach out to me for guidance.
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Thank you for taking the time to read this blog, and know that “there is always hope to embrace the process!”
Noreen N. Henry, Visionary Leader
Victorious Living Strategist
6x International Best Seller with 18 Published Books
Certified John Maxwell Team Leader
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