From where do you draw your strength?

posted Oct 29, 2015, 7:47 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 6:54 AM ]

From where do you draw your strength?

Interestingly enough I have drawn strength from my uniqueness.  My parents were divorced when I was a child in the 50’s.  Almost no one who grew up then came from divorced parents.  Everything was geared for a family with a mom and dad that lived together and the mother did not work.  Not for me.  It was all upside-down and very topsy-turvy. I was shy, I was an introvert, I lost myself in a make believe world since the real world was too much to deal with.

In addition, I was angry and was highly affected by others opinion (or what I thought was their opinion of me).  Just say to yourself, others opinions are their thoughts and are made up from what they see and judge; however, they are often to mostly incorrect and have NOTHING to do with the real you.  Ignore others opinions, I have learned after so many, many years.

From where do you draw your strength?

You can draw strengths from you weaknesses.  Say what?  Yeah, hit that weakness right where it hurts and make it a strength.  Take what you perceive to be a weakness and turn it around.  Rein it in and let it know who is boss, YOU, not it!  You will not concede anything to your weakness or let it rule you.  You will put it in its place and you will rule it.

Let me help you with anything you’d like, even writing.

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<title>David Alan Binder – Write Coach From where do you draw your strength?

Interestingly enough I have drawn strength from my uniqueness.  My parents were divorced when I was a child in the 50’s.  Almost no one who grew up then came from divorced parents.  Everything was geared for a family with a mom and dad that lived together and the mother did not work.  Not for me.  It was all upside-down and very topsy-turvy. I was shy, I was an introvert, I lost myself in a make believe world since the real world was too much to deal with.

In addition, I was angry and was highly affected by others opinion (or what I thought was their opinion of me).  Just say to yourself, others opinions are their thoughts and are made up from what they see and judge; however, they are often to mostly incorrect and have NOTHING to do with the real you.  Ignore others opinions, I have learned after so many, many years.

From where do you draw your strength?

You can draw strengths from you weaknesses.  Say what?  Yeah, hit that weakness right where it hurts and make it a strength.  Take what you perceive to be a weakness and turn it around.  Rein it in and let it know who is boss, YOU, not it!  You will not concede anything to your weakness or let it rule you.  You will put it in its place and you will rule it.

Let me help you with anything you’d like, even writing.

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Interestingly enough I have drawn strength from my uniqueness.  My parents were divorced when I was a child in the 50’s.  Almost no one who grew up then came from divorced parents.  Everything was geared for a family with a mom and dad that lived together and the mother did not work.  Not for me.  It was all upside-down and very topsy-turvy. I was shy, I was an introvert, I lost myself in a make believe world since the real world was too much to deal with.

In addition, I was angry and was highly affected by others opinion (or what I thought was their opinion of me).  Just say to yourself, others opinions are their thoughts and are made up from what they see and judge; however, they are often to mostly incorrect and have NOTHING to do with the real you.  Ignore others opinions, I have learned after so many, many years.

From where do you draw your strength?

You can draw strengths from you weaknesses.  Say what?  Yeah, hit that weakness right where it hurts and make it a strength.  Take what you perceive to be a weakness and turn it around.  Rein it in and let it know who is boss, YOU, not it!  You will not concede anything to your weakness or let it rule you.  You will put it in its place and you will rule it.

Let me help you with anything you’d like, even writing.

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