How I Transformed My Life

How I transformed My life

I started to allow God to manifest, work, and transform my life by spending time with him and meditating on his words through my daily devotions. I also worked very hard pushing myself out of my comfort zone to figure out who I was and what I wanted out of life. 

I started to transform my limiting beliefs mindset into a growth mindset. And I’ve discovered that I was not born to live a mediocrity life but a life that brings forth fulfillment, joy, happiness, abundance to serve and help others. And that I didn’t have to live with these limitations anymore.

I began to deal with blame, guilt, timidness, shyness, people-pleasing, limited thinking, social anxiety, and low self-confidence. As a result, I’ve transformed my life.

How I transformed my unhappiness:


By focusing my energy and time on things that I could do in my life—not looking to situations, finances, circumstances, or people around me to make me happy. Instead, I choose to be satisfied by doing the things that I love—finding joy in the things that I do on a day-to-day basis.

How I transformed shyness and timidness:


I started reading books articles, doing research, and educating myself on overcoming these limitations. And I’ve learned how to push past my fear of uncomfortableness insecurities and began asking questions, engaging in conversations, and speaking up for myself. As a result, I’ve learned to be bold, courageous, and take risks.

I forgave myself and others:


After struggling with unforgiveness toward myself, my parents, and others for most of my life. I listened to faith-based sermons and podcasts, studied God’s word, and talked to mentors about unforgiveness. As a result, my understanding of how lousy unforgiveness is has been enlightened. And forgiveness is a way to start with a clean slate. I’ve received forgiveness for myself and have forgiven my parents and others.

Studies have found that unforgiveness affects our physical, mental, and emotional health. And that the act of forgiveness can reap huge rewards for our health. Lowering the risk of heart attack, improving cholesterol levels, sleep, reducing pain, blood pressure, levels of anxiety, depression, and stress.

I stopped living in guilt:


I let go of self-condemnation, past regret, mistakes. Instead, putting things into perspective, creating a vision for myself, and remaining grounded in the present. 

I stopped being a people-pleaser:


Instead, I stopped putting myself down to please others, and I started saying, “NO.” Taking a stand to stop holding others high in esteem and being easily swayed by the opinions of others to having my conviction. I started believing in myself and knowing my self-worth to achieve anything that I desired. And that I’m worthy.

How I transformed my limitations:


I surround myself with supportive, positive thinking people who inspire and motivate me to grow and think on a deeper level. I hold myself accountable to step out of my comfort zone.

I Invested in myself and became more confident:


I read books (book gallery), listened to Podcasts (Power Forward Success Stories) and Glassdoor In Pursuit, consistently learned new things, made better choices in my decisions. Set daily goals and taking action on them; discovered my purpose in life, and learned to tap into my passion

Transforming blame and changing my mindset:


I released all blame and took responsibility and ownership for my wrongdoings, mess-ups, failures, and disappointments. I held myself accountable to learn from experiences to not repeat past mistakes. I’ve accepted that my past cannot be changed and that I can move on to a bigger, brighter, and better future. 

Transforming social anxiety into power:


I Grabbed hold of negative and irrational thoughts of being judged, constant fear of embarrassing myself when I speak, lingering negative thoughts of failure of upcoming events and after engagements. 

I used Positive Daily Affirmations, writing them down and reciting them every day to transform a limiting mindset into a growth mindset. Next, I started taking small baby steps to start doing the things that held me back. Gradually, I became more confident in doing them. Then I started believing in myself (from “I’m not enough, to I’m amazing, capable, and extraordinary”).

And “I’m far more capable of what I give myself credit for” that I was born to manifest God’s glory and goodness—expecting excellent and favorable results in the things that I do. 

Practicing gratitude:


I’m grateful that God has helped me overcome many obstacles to wake up every day to this beautiful transformed life with a purpose and walking into my true calling to help you with your transformation. It’s just a remarkable experience, I look in the mirror every day with so much gratitude, and I barely recognize this new me. I’m more grateful for my family, health, and remarkable supportive friends; I’m thankful for my mentors, people who continue to inspire, motivate and push me.

I stopped comparing myself:


I’ve become confident enough to run my race, embracing my imperfections and uniqueness. I am owning all the different unique parts that make me me, focusing my time and energy on my life and not the life of others. Focus on my journey and know that everyone’s journey looks different. 

 In conclusion:

And that’s what transformation is creating this beautiful life from the inside out, just from where you’re right now, not waiting for the perfect time that may never come.

Let me help you create this extraordinary, purpose-filled unrecognizable life that you’ve always dreamed of.

Transformation is for everyone:

  • The first step is accepting yourself and your flaws.
  • Brake the habit of feeling insecure, envious, and discontent in your life.
  • Becoming aware of your triggers.
  • Focus on your strengths, not your weakness.
  • Count your blessings.
  • Stop knocking others down.
  • Focus on your journey
  • Learn to love and accept others.
  • Focus on your life and don’t spend energy on the lives of others.
  • Don’t look at the achievements and blessings of other people and be envious of them.


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