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Perspective and Achieving Your Potential


In our own reality, we see what we believe to be true. Whatever we

decide in our mind to be true we will look for evidence in life to back up what we already know and think. The concept of self-empowerment comes from connecting to and engaging with the areas in our lives that bring us the most joy, happiness, and peace. When we renew our perspective with insight and understanding of our true potential we suddenly come alive with a fresh outlook on everything. When we gain insight through understanding our true-self, we become emotionally energized. We are a storehouse of natural energy and power through our emotions. We are capable of having a strong mental influence on a variety of things when we get excited about them. When we are emotionally charged, we get things done. When we know deep in our hearts that something is important to us and worth doing, we just do it. Think about it. Have you ever been totally exhausted after a long hard day of work, yet someone cracks a joke and you laugh so hard your belly aches? It takes a lot of energy to laugh, but somehow you found in a moment’s notice, it was worth it—to you.

Motivation is powered by our personal reasons to take action. This is when our motivation level is at its peak. When we realize that our personal reasons come from our strengths, natural talents and true potential, we can begin to apply them in everyday life. Suddenly, hesitation to do things is gone, and nothing can stop you from achieving what you need.

When you do things that are worth it to you, you feed your own self-worth. When you live by what you value you increase and show respect for your own value. And as a result, your esteemed worth will ripple like a pebble in a pond to benefit others.

About the Author

For over 20 years, John Cane has helped over 100,000 individuals in areas of Self Improvement. John is a Certified Life Coach, motivational speaker and writer who develops and implements confidence and self-esteem workshops in North Carolina, South Carolina, and New York. With a background in Psychology, he has six certifications in Personal Growth and Development. His Journal Books, Important Things I Remember from My Parents’ are used in schools and as an aid for adults in gaining strength in self identity in the United States and Europe.

John is currently pursuing his Doctoral Degree in Psychology & Interdisciplinary Inquiry at Saybrook University, Oakland, California. His specialization, Psychology of Creativity

focuses on a growth-oriented perspective emphasizing human potential, empowerment, and are intended to broaden an in-depth understanding of the natural creativity in all of us.