The Best View Comes After the Hardest Climb

The view can be as beautiful and magnificent as you can envision, your outlook is really key here.  You can view it from a place of gratitude and be thankful for what you have made it through and grown to learn, or you can view it as the most difficult life lesson you have had in your experience and question why.  In the end it really is about your mindset and how you will chose to process the experience and what you will hold space for in your thoughts and feelings.

Self reflection can be about recognizing the pain you have been through or realizing just how strong you really are for not only making it through the toughest challenges, and you still find the strength to keep on going.  Where is your source of strength coming from?  When you need more strength to face the challenges, how do you get it?  Some of us rely on our spouses, family members or close friends, while others seem to have a way of finding it from within.  Calling on your source of strength when you need it, to shift your mindset and stay positive is so valuable.  The quicker you are able to recognize your subconscious mind taking you to a place of sadness and are able to shift and stop the behavior, the quicker your momentum will be to leveling-up for each next step.

When you have found happiness in one area of your life, whether it is career or relationships, do you take what you have learned from one area and see if it applies to the other areas?  One thing that I am realizing about the journey, is that once you find the happiness in one area, it really shouldn’t be that hard to figure out what makes you happy right?  We all have human needs that are about feeling valued, appreciated, loved and fulfilled.  These obviously go beyond what we contribute, but are also received from every experience we have from others.  We have a basic need to let our soul shine and be happy.  What does this for you?  If you have an answer to this question, then you will likely have figured out your life’s purpose…

One of the techniques that has been working for me to discover my true thoughts about life experiences that are taking a lot of my time and energy, is to write about the experience a journal.  Pick the topic and get in a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed or distracted.  Take at least 30 minutes and just write.  After the writing exercise, then evaluate what you learned about your thoughts and how you moved through the subject.  Can you describe your mindset when you wrote as being positive or negative about the experience.  Are you able to let go of the negative experience by writing about it.  This is the goal to make space for all the good in your life and to elevate your mood.

Keep your journal and use it every day to get through the emotional heavy that is going on in your life.  Using a journal has helped me to identify mindset and give me direction in how to changing it.  Another helpful tip is using meditation to help shift mindset and lift your spiritual energy.

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Published by KSQ & Associates, LLC

An expert consulting in quality systems management with over twenty years proven experience in the food industry and seven years in leadership roles for manufacturing and commercial laboratories with emphasis in microbiology, analytical, and chemistry testing. I love to audit quality, food safety, environmental, and employee safety systems to help others find ways to improve the current programs. My objective viewpoint of your systems can be just what you need to get to that next level or to certification. I have worked with various product types from the food industry to include: refrigerated, frozen, hot fill, aseptic, and shelf stable foods. My experience in manufacturing quality and laboratory management include dairy, frozen appetizers, refrigerated salads, hot filled, meats and deli items. My experience in conducting internal and external audits include development of audit systems, specifications, quality and food safety tools that have been standardized within international and national organizations as best practice. I have a proven track record of working with diverse organizations and am able to bring teams together for one united vision of integrated management systems. I am experienced, proficient, and certified in leading implementation of ISO 9001, 14001, 18001, and 17025 standards in the food industry. I love to bring about change for this is a personal and organizational need to improve and be the best at what we are and do. My motto is "Change today so we are ready for what tomorrow brings".

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