Sheila Callaham writes for sure one of the best blogs I know. In an earlier posts she explained:
“One of the characteristics that separate happy, successful people from all the rest is their ability to look into the future with curiosity, excitement and knowing that the best is yet to come.
Let Go of the Past!
And, the only way to do that is to let go of the past. That does not mean discount the life you have lived; rather, it means learn from your hardships and mistakes and then let them go, so you can move forward to create your perfect future.
The Past Can Be Haunting if You Allow it.
Failed relationships, bad business decisions, trusting someone unworthy of trust. When you break it down, what people fear most is rejection and failure. This fear often keeps you looking over your shoulder, always on guard for the past creeping up to derail you.
Don’t Let You Hold Back
Fear cripples your ability to move successfully forward. When you live your life, looking over your shoulder fearing the past, you can’t see the opportunities right in front of you! The good news is that fear doesn’t have to hold you back.”
Find the five simple steps for a successful professional and private life in her terrific article.
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