4 Ways To Change Your PerspectiveRuth-Ellen
When we are stuck in a rut or have some challenges to overcome you can at times have a fixed perspective
This fixed perspective can stop you from seeing the things you need to
This perspective will not help you move forward
So in the above video, I will be sharing with you 4 ways to change your perspective
Change your perspective by taking a breath + pause – Yes, so simple but so effective
Change your perspective by creating affirmations &afformations – Learn the difference and do it on the hour!
Change your perspective by doing something for someone else – When I became homeless I volunteered in a shelter and it was the best things I ever did in my life!
Change your perspective by being compassionate to yourself – Don’t squash your feelings down, they will explode like a volcano
Watch the video above to find out the ins and out of these techniques so you change your perspective with ease.
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Ruth-Ellen is a Get More Sales Coach, mother of teenagers, personal performance trainer, speaker & advocate of equal rights for those on the autistic spectrum, dyslexia, and dyspraxia, website developer and unapologetically awesome!
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