Discover your inner strength Nora Femenia, Ph.D Reaching deep inside yourself to reach great things outside
1st Step: Willpower• Willpower, or inner strength, is your ability to decide, respect this decision, and follow it with perseverance until its successful end.• It also manifests as your ability to control unnecessary and harmful impulses, doing only what is healthful and wise.
2nd Step: Self-discipline• This ability gives you the courage and strength to endure and overcome inner and outer resistance and opposition, difficulties and hardship.• Look at yourself and find out if you lack the inner strength to say "no".• Also, watch out if you find it difficult to recognize and assert your own ideas and beliefs.
3rd Step: taking action• Once you are sure what you want, your will power will give you persistence to go on with your plans to the end...• Once you realize you have the strength to do even the uncomfortable things – aim higher.• Don’t give up or run away when things become tougher. Now that you are stronger, you are better equipped to deal with them.
4th Step: Deciding right and wrong• Don’t give up your own power; you now know what is good for yourself.• Listen carefully inside and trust your feelings;• When in doubt, ask for time and say: “I need to consult with my inner self….I will know what I need/want soon…”
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