Changing your perspective on a situation, will change your life! This is what happened to my client O. when through sharing his challenges in coaching sessions, he was able to find clarity and calm through a new way of viewing his circumstances. You see, it's never the situation that's at fault. It's the way you choose to view it. In life, nothing is "wrong" or "right" . "Wrong" and "right," especially in regards to where you want to go in life, are relative terms. Too often, we think of "success" or "doing what we love" as an end. It's a destination that we have to reach. However, you are "successful" when, while walking your path, you are always learning, always growing. You are "successful" when you see every moment as an opportunity.No matter what you're doing, there are lessons to be learned. When you discover those lessons and embrace your own journey, you feel "successful" Here is where you are learning and growing and effortlessly becoming a better version of yourself.The key to feeling "successful" is to look at yourself and not your outward circumstances. When you become accountable,you shift your perspective from "blame" to "ownership." You allow yourself to notice opportunities. Focus on what you can learn and what actions you can take, rather than on the problem. Lessons and opportunities are always all around us.Be curious and ask questions. Chances are, someone around you knows something you don't. Create moments of growth and opportunity. Growth is rarely the result of the people in your vicinity. Growth is the result of how you learn from the wisdoms of the people you surround yourself with.Change your perspective. It makes all the difference!For more resources on creating more vitality, joy and connection in your relationships, download my free 3-part video series here: www.bev.co.ilThis is what O. had to say about our work together. "I am so grateful for Bev. When my confusion and doubt are daunting Bev has an outstanding ability to provide clarity, to offer another perspective, and to guide me along my journey."