How many of us have stood at doors that stand wide open and yet we are held back by some invisible force that prevents us from walking through that opening? I know I could hold my hand up, maybe in an embarrassed, hope nobody really sees it, kind of way.
This may not just be one moment, but a few where you are forced to take an inventory of where you are and where you want to be. We all need to be reminded that we are more than what we see in the mirror every day. We need those
They exist in everyone. Even when we think they don’t. And heaven forbid anyone ever see them, let alone we admit them to ourselves, even. Some of us just deal with them and admit them for what they are — things or situations that make us feel uncomfortable and uneasy.
Why is it that people dread Monday but look forward to Friday? Why does the day of week dictate our attitude for that day? I guess I look at it as if I have another DAY…another day to do something with my life. To impact others in a positive way.
I have learned a lot of who I am and who I am not through this journey called life. I have learned what I love to do and what makes me cringe. At a very young age, I also think I learned what I did not want to become, not knowing
If someone asked for help, would you? Would you drop everything and do what you needed to do to get to them as quickly as you could, without any regard for anything you had on your list of things to do? Without expecting anything in return? Yesterday, I answered the
This morning, I was thinking about the way we connect to others that come into our lives. Some people will come in and out so fast that they are like a blip on the radar screen — by the time we barely see them, they are gone. Others, linger for
Do you know what it feels like to be on the verge of something? To not quite be climbing any more and not quite over the top, but almost teeter-tottering right at the edge? I may be there. Do not ask me “What are you on the verge of?” because
What does your instinct tell you to do? At certain times, it may tell you to fight and at other times it may tell you to run. Your gut feeling should be trusted and followed if you can. The old adage, “If it doesn’t feel right, it probably isn’t right.”
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Michelle A. Homme
An Experienced Mentor And Inspirational Speaker
Michelle captivates audiences using simple ideas to make real-life changes every day. She brings personal stories, humor, and insight to every presentation.
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