Blaze a new Trail


You matter! Your impact on other people is bigger than you think

You are important. 

You matter to other people.

And, you have the ability to make a difference in other people’s lives. 

How do you feeling when you say: I AM important

I matter to other people.

I have the ability to make a difference in other people’s lives.

It might seem foreign or feel “not true.”  That means there is something in there do some personal work on.  That’s okay.  That is normal, and that makes you like just about everyone else.  And they all matter too!

Know that you can make a difference in someone’s life.

Making a difference in someone’s life doesn’t have to mean saving them from a burning building. It can be a simple act of kindness, like giving a smile or holding a door open for a stranger. Making a difference doesn’t have to be some huge, dramatic event like saving a life, just as long as you’re making someone’s day better than before they met you.  And, you may never know you made a difference.  Seriously, the smallest of things can matter.

You are important and your opinion matters

Whether it is at home or in the workplace, we all have people that look up to us for guidance or advice. Sometimes our opinions matter on big decisions like choosing where to go on vacation next year. Sometimes the small “coffee conversations” have the largest impact, and we never know what someone is going through or how our words might help them.

Remember that you matter, too

Often, we put other people’s needs before ourselves whether it be family members, friends, coworkers, etc. We need to remind ourselves of the importance we have on others’ lives as well! And, this means that we need to put our needs in the same playing field as other peoples.  

Helping ourselves can be as simple as saying No to going out so you can rest, choosing the park and fresh air over inside somewhere, and eating a healthy option over less healthy ones.

 Being open-minded and trying new experiences will help

Take care of yourself and be kind to others

 If we are worn out, drained, and out of energy, then we can’t help anyone. When we are supportive of ourselves, then we can be supportive to others

Be open to new experiences and don’t be afraid to try something new

Only experience can show you what is out there. It’s the only way of truly knowing if something is for you or not! When we are open to new people and experiences, we get outside of our bubble and are telling the universe that we are excited to learn!

This opens whole new doors of opportunity.

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