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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Powers of Thought: 3 Tips for Re-Authoring Your Identity

Do you feel emotional hurt, pain or suffering from experiencing significant or life-threatening situations? Have these experiences changed you as a person and you haven't felt the same since then? You also knew you had lost your identity as a result?

Many people experience negative, hurtful or painful situations which leave them emotionally, mentally and physically wounded.
A person is never the same as they were before a painful or hurtful event. After the experience, they really think that the situation defined them. The fact is that nothing anyone went through has to define them.

If you answered yes, you are personally exhausted, seriously want to stop the suffering and want to become productive and positive then read on. 

Know that change is possible But you must be open to being raw. Raw in this case is being ready, accountable & willing to make the change.

I believe strongly that everyone can be in charge of their own authority, power, their own life story, identity and life direction. Understand that the past is gone. Make a positive future by re-authoring yourself. 

Become your own master of defines you as a person

Re-author Who You Are

If you don't like how you think, how you feel and how you act then your future can be changed by creating a new version or re-authoring yourself. 

You can start today by taking back your personal authority, energy, and power. 

3 Tips on How to Re-author Yourself

If you want your life to be a magnificent story, then begin by realizing that you are the author of your own story. Every day you have the opportunity to write a new page and script a new story of yourself.

Here are tips on how to re-author yourself into a new person. So let's get you started.

1. Write down all the negative things you don't like                                about yourself or your identity as a result of situations you                experienced.

2. Next, to each negative statement write down in detail how you         would change each statement to a positive statement which               would craft a new vision of yourself.

3. Once you have written a new version of yourself, practice the          new plan mindfully every day until you master your story feel          comfortable your new identity. Then keep practicing your new        identity until it becomes intuitively automatic.

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           Coach Bill

1 comment:

  1. Hi Dr. Bill,
    I am a former patient originally treated in Tampa, then Fort Lauderdale and a brief visit to Hollywood. I have been gratefully alone for 16 years recovering my "personal authority" with some success. However, I am currently in need of some advice and wonder if you would be willing to communicate with me online. My email address is I am glad I found you and thanks for considering this possibility.