Today, on the Good Life, Advancement Strategist, Lori Lynn Greene from Alpha Advancement Strategies talked about When You Feel Like Giving Up. She started off telling us reasons why people give up, and how things don’t always turn out the way we think. She encouraged us to find out what we’re designed to do and align to it. She then differentiated between people who play life safe and rarely change, and people who take risks and have the faith it requires to have success.
Next, she told us we need both certainty and uncertainty in life, but we must to let God change us in moments we feel like giving up. She told us we’re not our feelings, but they’re a compass that tells us what we’re believing. She added the other side of rewards are regrets, and to realize we’re in training for the next thing when we feel like giving up.
She continued with a personal story of reentering the workforce dealing with insecurity and anxiety, and how she prayerfully got through it. She shared how we often think about what we have to do instead of what we want to do, but how learning to be grateful wherever God has us helps. She then told us of a woman who inspired her to live life on her terms when she felt is was too late. Finally, she encouraged us with how to empower ourselves when we feel like giving up. Listen in and hear more about it!
Today, on The good Life, Advancement Strategist and Owner of Alpha Advancement Strategies, Lori Lynn Greene, discussed how To handle being Mistreated. She started off talking about how Dr. Phil always says, “You teach people how to treat you.” She encouraged us that our life story is ours to write, and if we don’t like what we’re getting something has to change. Then she shared what she learned after being mistreated.
Next, She highlighted the stages of disbelief, anger, and the choice between retaliation or responding with maturity. She added how we can benefit from self-examination, prayer, and wise counsel, to help us learn why we’re being mistreated. She told us we don’t have to like conflict for conflict to find us. She quoted Maya Angelo, who said, “Believe people the first time they show you who they are.” Finally, she told us the importance of setting boundaries and being self-aware. Listen in and hear more about it!
Today, on The Good Life, Advancement Strategist and Coach Trainer of Alpha Advancement Strategies, Lori Lynn Greene shared about Making A Fresh Start. She started off talking about how her company started and the people she helps. Also, how she and her clients process when and how it’s time to move on.
Next, she told us we all deal with challenges and have to learn how to navigate important decisions, but having someone wise to support us helps us approach things in an objective way to avoid trial and error. Finally, she shared stories and testimonies from working with clients. Listen in and hear more about it.
Today on The Good Life, Advancement Strategist and Owner of Alpha Advancement Strategies, Lori Lynn Greene, shared about Taking Responsibility For Your Happiness. She started off talking about how to avoid other people’s expectations, and not to allow fear to steal our happiness. She then told us we’re responsible for our own happiness, and how to recognize negative patterns in our life that hinder it.
Next, Lori shared areas of her life she had to take responsibility for what she allowed, and how she learned to say no. She highlighted reasons why we don’t take responsibility, and other lies we tell ourselves. She told us what to pay attention to experience greater fulfillment. Listen in and hear more about it!
Today on The Good Life, Advancement Strategist and Owner of Alpha Advancement Strategies, Lori Lynn Greene shared about Discovering Your Unique Creativity. She started off telling us how a lot of people don’t think they’re creative. She told us creativity can show up in many ways, and is necessary for our success in anything.
Next, she highlighted stories of unique creativity, and told us how we can discover ours with a deeper connection to the Creator. She also told us how collaboration can inspire creativity, but we need to protect ours from others who are negative or try to impose their ideas on us. Finally, She encouraged us to think outside the box, know our options, and see what’s possible. Listen in and hear more about it!
Today, on The Good Life, Advancement Strategist, Coach Trainer and Owner of Alpha Advancement Strategies, Lori Lynn Greene, encouraged us to Stop Trying To figure Everything Out -Just Be You. She started off talking about how we tend to focus on the worst thing that can happen, and we become motivated by fear. But instead of trying to figure everything out, enjoy the journey. Lori told her what drives her to coach people is seeing them get out of their pain so they can enjoy their life.
Next, Lori told us how to get out of our head, stop pushing and relax. She then pointed out what we do out flows naturally from who we are, not from figuring things out. She encouraged us that we have options and freedom. Then she highlighted the importance of faith, how fear is learned, thinking for ourselves, and learning to trust God. Finally, she listed what to stop doing. Listen in and hear more about it!
Today, on The Good Life, Advancement Strategies, Coach Trainer and Owner of Alpha Advancement Strategies, Lori Lynn Greene encouraged us how The Good Life is Within Reach. She started off talking about how she helps people identify and navigate obstacles to live more fulfilling lives. Then she told us five common hindrances she’s narrowed down to help her clients.
Next, she shared the importance of who we think we are, misconceptions we fall into, and knowing our true identity. She told us how to remove limitations, and be intentional about how we live to enjoy life. She also highlighted ways we give meaning to things, thinking bigger and self-talk, because The Good Life is Within Reach. Listen in and hear more about it!
Today, on The Good Life, Advancement Strategist, Coach Trainer and Owner of Alpha Advancement Strategies , Lori Lynn Greene, talked about Solving First World Problems. She started off telling us we only have a problem if we’re not looking for a solution. She added that being solution-minded is nonnegotiable to be free of disappointment, excuses and pain.
Next, she highlighted the importance of perspective, seeing the bigger picture, and taking responsibility for our solutions. She warned us not to create or perpetuate problems, encouraged us to be more willing to do what works, and to be accountable. She also told us we’re either making excuses or finding a reason. Finally, she took us through the process where one of her clients had success. Listen in and hear more about it!