Does anger or frustration have a tendency to rule you more than you’d like?

Is there something that has happened (maybe more than one thing) that has caused a sense of frustration or disappointment which may have festered into underlining resentment?

Or maybe you’re angry about not getting on with what you want to do? And because of that you’re angry or frustrated with yourself for letting yourself or others down? 

The various levels of this type of stifling emotion (sometimes subtle and not necessarily externalised as aggressive anger) maybe expressed as being dominating or easily frustrated and annoyed; a short fuse rears its head more often than you’d like!

Or alternatively you may succumb to a “Whatever!” attitude (a passive aggressive behaviour) which is such a self-sabotage.

Deep-seated anger may have lain dormant for a long time but are you’re ready to address it?

The key to doing that is to take action and get on with what you want to do even if this seems daunting at first or you’re not exactly 100% sure what to do first, it’s just important to acknowledge deep within this is what you want and start in some way!!

Small steps are fine, it’s more about recognising what you want and to be resolved in that and then acknowledge it’s time to take action no matter how insignificant you may judge that initial action to be – you’ve begun.  Well done!  Remember negative self-talk isn’t your ally here so be supportive and “en-couraging” towards you!

Anger can fester due to past limitations you’ve put on yourself (even though you may feel/think others have done that to you) or you felt you had no choice because of the circumstances the undercurrent of anger grows and indirectly blocks you and can continue to do so unless you deal with it.

Is this the time to no longer hold–back due to this person, situation or for this or that reason? Do you want to “make it happen?” 

Here’s 4 simple tips to build and integrate a Bold Spirit so you discern wisely the “when” and “how” for tapping into your innate courage at your core –

TIP 1 

Do some things that scare you a little – nothing too big where you’ll cop out or be a nervous wreck.  For example, if public speaking is a fear (which is very common) maybe you could begin with an audience of 1 or 2 people that you know well and you’re comfortable with, then progress to a couple of people you don’t’ and from there to a few more people so you gradually increase your confidence without terrifying yourself into non action.

You’ll have the opportunity to receive constructive feedback while also being able to assess yourself at the same time and therefore fine-tune by focusing more on what you’re offering and the difference you want to make rather than the actual speaking part where you’re prone to be more self-conscious.

This strategy can also be utilised in other situations where you lack courage.  It’s about starting small with something that’s doable and build from there.

TIP 2 

Get used to being “Authentic” in unfamiliar situations.  For example, in a meeting that requires a measure of restraint and professionalism you can still demonstrate authenticity by your communication and presence at the meeting.

Speaking authentically in context without becoming overwhelmed with what others’ think of you is key. The answer is to focus on the topic or task you’re involved in. Your whole intent needs to shift into genuinely wanting to make a positive difference to others in the meeting and the project being covered.  Yep, don’t allow self-consciousness (ie ego) to get in the way.

This strategy can be followed in other areas where you lack courage.  It’s about focusing on what difference you can make with what value you can add.  In other words, don’t make it about you but rather the cause at hand.

TIP 3

Another tip is to help someone else with facing their fears and give them the support and insight of what they can do and then take what you recommend on for yourself.  Generally, we know what we need or should do it’s just getting out of our own way and not allow self-imposed limitations to override our courageous self.

Therefore, your intent should be to help another in a similar predicament which diverts your attention away from your lack of courage and you begin to take on what you’ve communicated to them and even gain insight from the very recommendations you’ve given them.

This can quite effortlessly be the catalyst that triggers you toward decisive action.

TIP 4

Lastly reflect on where you’ve been brave in the past and taken action in challenging situations.  Explore what you told yourself, what were you feeling and what got you over the line to have the courage to take the action necessary?  What was the driver?

Because you’ve already done something similar, you have evidence of your ability and proof that you can do it and it worked out ok.  The provides a very effective mindset shift that can instil sincere motivation and decisive action.

If for some reason the past example it didn’t work out ok in your eyes the key is to explore more deeply about why that was and “authentically” tell yourself the truth about what you need to do for a different outcome.

This ensures you instil wisdom into the situation and gives you the knowledge for critical thinking regarding how to do it differently for a better outcome. Then you can be reassured so you want to take the right action because of what you’ve learnt.

When you’d like to accelerate your transformation process, I recommend you utilise the potent ability of the Courage Mastery Essence. This is an effective DIY Wellness Tool that’ll assist you to develop a “Courageous Heart” and increase your “Courage Bank Account” by  working with your Bio-Energy System. 

This formula is full of life giving natural organic ingredients that are all finely tuned and synergistically blended to elevate your awareness.  As you explore the relevant attributes you’ll expand into developing a centred and grounded perspective, resilience builds, and you’re better equipped to delve deeper into accessing and clearing the blockages that stop you being proactive, decisive and taking action with gusto!

OR…

When you’re in need of deeper facilitation and follow through, and keen to accelerate and build momentum, the Activation Kit Procrastination to Decisive Action would be an excellent tool for you.

By reaping the many benefits of this DIY multifaceted approach using the Procrastination to Decisive Action Kit, you’ll be well positioned to effectively address the core undercurrents that distract or sabotage you from owning and living “Courageously” and wise decisive action is the norm.

You’ll embody a tangible internal affirmative shift around addressing what you’re unsure of (eg, lack of clarity, self-doubt, fear or trepidation) and especially what causes you to get stuck or sidetracked.

This insightful process acts as a catalyst to strengthen a self-assured emotive-state where you’re comfortable with being uncomfortable out of your “comfort zone” and you’re equipped to address your emotions and feelings effectively, so the cycle of non-action resolves and you no longer get in your own way.

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