This is the final in my series on Inner Strength.
Don’t ask why but rather what.
Too often when we are faced with challenges or trials we ask why this happened to me or why now. These are natural responses but the truth is, to develop inner strength, you need to be able to ask the question what.
Rather than “Why is this happening?” ask …
“What can I learn from this experience?”
“What can I do to make it better?”
“What can I do for someone else?”
“What do I need to do get back on my feet?”
These are not easy questions to answer when things are going good so asking them when you are being challenged or in the midst of trial is even more difficult. However, having the ability to ask and answer these types of questions will help you develop inner strength. One of the important things is that as you learn from these types of experiences you will be prepared for future situations that will come to your life. Another important item is that others will come to you when they encounter similar challenges and trials because they will see the inner strength you demonstrated and you will be prepared to help them.
Heroes learn how ask what and in doing so build great inner strength. When they do this, they can then influence so many others in a positive way. Through that influence, they will help others find their inner hero and the Ripple Effect becomes unstoppable.
Go be a hero TODAY!