I want to share a secret with you.

It’s why from the age of 40 onward, I felt completely in control of my life, in charge of my destiny, and started to see the success I had been wanting for years.

It was something that impacted me so much, it actually made a physical change in me.

The day this happened, my husband walked into the kitchen and said he could see that my face was different. That my attitude was different. That I was a different person.

What changed?

That day, I accepted personal responsibility for everything that happened in my life. I assumed it to the bottom of my soul that only I was responsible for things that were (or were not) happening for me.

I had blamed my mother, my sister, my boss, my first husband, and was blaming my second. I ruined relationships and got to the point where I didn’t feel I had any control over what was happening. It felt like whenever things started going well, somebody came in and messed it up for me.

Have you ever felt that way?

I can’t tell you it was easy to take responsibility, and I can’t tell you I’m perfect at it because sometimes blaming somebody else just feels so good. But I catch myself because by blaming others, I’m giving them control over me. I’m letting them keep me in situations I don’t want to be in. I’m letting them control my happiness.

Understanding this is critical for our future success, and we’ll be talking about it a lot more in the coming weeks. We have to develop habits of thinking, and I truly believe that success starts in our minds. If our thinking isn’t in the right place, we don’t stand a chance.

If you’d like to learn more, click and download the Wheel of Life Tool. Let’s work together to get a picture of what you want, and begin to take a look at what it takes to make that happen.

I’ll see you there,
Lorna Rasmussen


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