TODAY: I will face the person in the mirror with enthusiasm!
I know I am ready to be the “me” I was intended to be.
Whether it’s Snow White’s evil stepmother (“Mirror, mirror, on the wall…”) or a Michael Jackson hit (“I’m starting with the man in the mirror“), we’re well aware of that singular moment of truth: The second when our eyes look into the mirror and find – themselves.
What do you see when you look into the mirror? No, I’m not talking about dry skin, uncombed hair or eyebrows in need of reshaping…
What “you” do you see?
Do you still see yourself in comparison to the person you were three years ago – or to the person you’d like to be three years from now?
Or do you see yourself as “just right” right now – a woman firmly on the road to where she is meant to be?
Next time you stand in front of your mirror, try this simple exercise: close your eyes and take a few deep breaths before opening them to look deeply into your own reflection. Spend a few seconds sorting out what you see there and how you feel about what you see. Then, as you look deeply into your own eyes, greet yourself. Acknowledging that everything you are intended to be is inside you right now. Promise yourself that you’ll do at least one thing that day to move closer to your goals. Then watch as your reflection smiles back at you!