“Facing difficulties is inevitable.  Learning from them is optional.  Whether you learn is based on if you understand that difficulties present opportunities to learn and treat them accordingly.” ~ John C. Maxwell

Melissa’s Words of Wisdom

Whatever difficulty you are experiencing right now is exactly what you are meant to be going through and learning from.  There is a lesson, an opportunity, something to be gained from the experience… if you choose to see it that way.  So often we miss out on the opportunity to learn and grow from our pain because we aren’t looking for it.  But if you take a moment and really contemplate on the experience before you, you’ll see that you are meant to come out a stronger, more evolved human being.  Be dedicated to your growth and to always finding the lesson, the opportunity within your pain.  OH Yes, … It’s in there, so don’t give up!  Remember, nothing happens until you decide to take action!  Leave a comment below about how you are dedicated to your growth.  Happy Being Dedicated to Your Growth!

Get out your agenda/journal for today because

It’s time to A.C.T!

The A stands for ACTION.  What inspired action will you take today?
The C stands for CHANGE.  What purposeful change will you make today?
The T stands for TEACH.  What can you teach someone else today?

Write it out. Commit to it!  Take inspired action, make purposeful changes, and teach what you have come to know with someone else who could benefit from your wisdom!!  Nothing happens until you take ACTION!

It’s time to SHARE!

Please share with us what A.C.T.s you took today as well as hear from other readers?  I encourage you to leave your experiences/testimonials, comments, and additional thoughts below.

2 commets “Pain: Are You Dedicated to Your Growth?

  1. Heidi (Edit)

    I think sometimes we look at pain as fear to grow, instead of an opportunity to embrace growth. Maybe not in the moment of sheer, raw pain can we see the growth, but having the opportunity to step back, breathe, and bring the peace, THEN do we see the growth and say “aaaah”, now I get it.

    Pain, you hate to have it, but need to learn to love it.

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