3. Life 101There are a number of seminars and courses available to help you let go of the past and create an exciting new life for yourself. Each one has a different approach or philosophy, so it's up to you to choose the one(s) that's right for you.
When you find a course that interests you, attend an introductory session or arrange an appointment to speak with the enrollment manager. If possible, talk to a respected friend or co-worker who has taken this course, or ask the company for a referral to one of their clients.
The right choice probably won't feel comfortable
Again, if you can see an opportunity to heal and/or design a future that will have you jumping out of bed rather than pulling the covers over your head each morning, you'll find a way to handle these blocks.
Sometimes, the things that could prevent us from participating in personal development are the things that stop us in other areas of our lives. Ask a friend or family member for help
Even strangers can be of assistance sometimes. At the end of an introduction session to one course, an unemployed woman stood up and declared that she really wanted to enroll, but she didn't have the money. So she offered to clean the houses of any of the other members of the audience for $40 each; within 10 minutes, she had collected more than 20 prospective "employers." This doesn't mean that you should immediately start cleaning people's houses
Take the first steps to turn those emotional blocks you keep tumbling over into the foundations for a self-sufficient, balanced, happy person. If you need help letting go
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