Over the years, I’ve run into students who are frustrated. No matter how hard they try, how many processes they do, how many goals they set, how many barriers they overcome, they just can’t seem to create the life they think they should have.
In my recent Huffinton Post article, I address “Why You Aren’t Who You’re Supposed to be.”
Although there could be a number of reasons why the student isn’t satisfied with where they are in life, and there could be a number of ways they could improve their situation, I often key in to the word “should.” And I ask them, “Can you tell me who thinks you should be different than you are?”
In my Huffington Post article I explore how some of your deeply held values may actually be in conflict and getting in the way of allowing you to achieve what you want in life.
You can read my newest artcle here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/matthew-b-james-phd/why-you-arent-who-youre-supposed-to-be_b_6110684.html