The Struggle Is Real

Putting your best self front and center

The struggle is real. It came out like the groundhog with a nasty edge. It potentially signaled that we are going undercover for three months or more.  Who signed us up for this spring? The truth is that we can do amazing things in our lives but this spring the struggle is real.      

Changes in our world whether they be personal, professional, social, spiritual, or health and wellness have a great impact on our ability to live the life we want or wish for particularly now. This spring is about belief. It is also about flexibility and being willing to make new patterns. The ability is there. The experience still applies. Things are faster paced, and change comes quickly. However, it seems like nature wants to slow us down. It is about belief, but it also is about being flexible and realizing that what worked for us in 2010 may not be working as well in 2020.

Keeping up with the changes in technologies and understanding how the world operates can be challenging. However, at the center of each of us is a store of information that we have amassed over our life and the ability to adapt is there. It means putting our best self-front and center and going at the challenges that we are trying to avoid. Creativity, belief, drive, personality, quirkiness, ability to see things that others may not – these are our tools and your advantage. There is no one quite like you. Be that best person that you can be, and it will be more than enough.

If you need a coach or someone to help you make sense of the journey you find yourself on in these uncertain times, I can be reached at

Published by Coach Carlos Lossada

Certified life coach with over 29 years experience in education, psychology, mentoring, and coaching (soccer). Carlos has a Masters in Counseling Psychology. His passion is helping others find their path to an authentic self.

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