Ever get discouraged because it feels like it's taking forever to reach your goals? I know I do.

Ever feel like you're working SO hard day after day but aren't making any progress? Yep, I've been there.

In fact, I'm there right now.

Healing from toxic mold is a process that can take a long time. I'm doing everything in my power to support my body in healing but the visible progress is slow. Much slower than I'd like it to be. Some days that's incredibly frustrating. Other days, I'm at peace with the flow of life.

Back and forth. Up and Down.

Yet is a powerful word that can transform anything.

It does this by allowing space for compassion. When you use 'yet' what you're doing is saying to yourself: "I see you. I see that you want more and that's great and wonderful. You're doing the best you can right now. You're working towards it and you will get there one day." Give yourself space to have a journey instead of focusing on somewhere else you think you'd rather be.

I remind myself that I'm moving in a positive direction. That everything I do is supporting myself in being who I need to be for what's next. I may not feel like I'm making giant leaps forward or that my goal is close at all. But I know, I will get there. It just hasn't happened yet.

Can you think of one way you can use the power of yet?

Let's transform some of the phrases I hear people say the most:

I'm not there…yet.

I haven't healed…yet.

I don't have the job I want…yet.

It's not good enough…yet.

Whatever you feel is out of reach, try adding 'yet' to the end of it and see what happens. Does it help you or do you feel resistance to using it?

Comment below and let me know!

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