No matter how successful you may be, there comes a time when you'll question your abilities, doubt yourself and wonder if you really have it in you.
Yet on the surface most people would consider you to be a man of reasonable success. Your social circle and your colleagues consider you to be a guy that can handle himself very well and that you've got your sh*t together.
In truth, they've got it almost right because you had to be that guy to get to where you are today.
The challenge is, you are dealing with a part of you that has never truly been addressed. There's a part of you that is calling out to you and you have either shunned him or imprisoned him.
I'm talking about the little boy inside the man.
Every man has him within. It's the part of you that has yet to heal...
How often have you allowed your setbacks to paralyze you from moving forward?
How many times have you felt powerless from the crap life tends to throw at you?
I was tested over the last week with a very severe leg injury. I had damaged my ligaments, tendons and muscles in the inner hip and pelvis reason so badly that I was mobilized with a kind of pain that felt like being electrocuted with every breathe I took and every move I made!
I couldn't sleep for 5 days as no position would settle it down or give me comfort.
I couldn't do any amount of work as focus and concentration was impossible. Getting out to meet clients just wasn't going to happen.
I got all up in my stuff about the "What ifs" as I waited to get the x-rays and treatment.
So this situation forced me to explore the areas of my...
Have you ever had one of those days where it takes a complete left-turn from what you anticipated?
Ever experience a "sure thing" only to have it all unravel at the 11th hour?
Do you ever feel you are a pawn in some sick and messed up game meant to torment and keep you down?
Are you feeling like sometimes your best laid plans go sideways without any rhyme or reason and you're left wondering "What The F*@k is going on?!"
Do you feel the Universe/God/Source is testing you beyond your limits of what's fair?
Today as I write this post, I am sitting in on of my favourite coffee shops in beautiful Vancouver. It's a gorgeous unseasonably warm spring day and the street is alive with people enjoying a stroll, run or trip to the market.