Replace “I don’t know” with “I’ll know what to do soon enough.” The answer you’ve been looking for is coming. Trust that it is!

When you come from a space of allowing, the answers will come. But when you say things like I don’t know, you’re cutting yourself off. It’s small shifts in the things you say that have large impacts on your life.

Life Tipping Advice: notice what questions have you been asking lately. What statements have you been saying when something happens? How can you reword those to empowering questions or statements?

Have an amazing week!
Don’t forget, it’s your life! SO MAKE IT EPIC!
Jhon LeBaron

I think one of the biggest lies we tell ourselves is that we are alone in our struggles. I know for years I bought into that lie. Struggling with addiction, self hatred, zero confidence and feeling so alone.

Then after talking with different people and hearing their stories I realized everybody is going through or has gone through some battle. Everybody has struggled with something. Nobody, and I mean NOBODY is perfect.

Most people put on a front and pretend everything is ok. They smile in public yet cry when alone. They pretend to be so confident yet they’re dying on the inside. They look like they have it all together yet if you really knew you’d see that their world is falling apart.

Why this tip today?
Because I felt inspired that someone needs to hear this. I spent too much time thinking I was alone. I spent too much time thinking I had to fight my battles alone. I want whoever is reading this to know you’re not alone! Reach out to me if you want to talk and are serious about changing your life.

If you want, comment below what you are struggling with.

If you’re someone whose struggled and have overcome, I’d love to hear your story. Please share it! It could help change someones life!

Maybe you know someone who needs to hear this? Tag them in a comment.

Sending you who is reading this much love and positive energy!!

Jhon LeBaron

Perspective is defined as “a particular attitude toward or way regarding something; a point of view.”

We all see things differently. We look out a window and see one thing but another person whose in the same building looking out of a different window will see something completely different. Now whose to say either person is wrong when describing things from their perspective? I challenge you to be more open and receiving of different perspectives when it comes to not only your personal life but the world around you. Don’t be afraid to see things from a new perspective, you never know you just might find the answer you’ve been looking for when you do!