100% comfortable in your skin

Change Fate

What do you need to be happy? Be yourself.

Change fate. How important is to love and accept ourselves? How “influential” is to be comfortable in your skin? Bruce Kasanoff in his post “How to be Ridiculously Likable” gives us 3 keys to make progress in this matter, reminding us to “accept ourselves so that others can do the same”, pointing that we can “change our internal comfort level in order to be 100% comfortable in our own skin.”

We all have enough power within to change absolutely anything we desire. To me three elements are essential:

  1. Willpower to persist – despite apparent discouragement.
  2. Patience to keep going – despite the unexpected turn of events.
  3. 100% Faith in your Vision – despite “unbelievers.”

In due time, all the parts will come to play, each in its own time providing incredible results. However, for all this to happen, “being 100% comfortable in your skin”, as Bruce Kasanoff points out is key:

“Hands down, there’s no more attractive quality than a person who is utterly comfortable with who they are.”

Bruce Kasanoff

Eliminating the layers that cover our essence

To this I would add that we can only be ourselves, when we start removing, deleting or eliminating the “negative” layers that cover our true essence. This new us may take a long time for some and even longer for others. However, getting hands-on working on our Inner Self is vital for us to be entirely comfortable with our skin.

In search of the Absolute Truth, Bindu.

change fate, comfortable in your skin, bruce kasanoff

What Bindu Coach can do you for you to help you stay comfortable in your skin

Power Coach Bindu helps others be happy from within the internal structure of the heart. She has found tools that can help you balance what you want with what is “required” of you. The techniques are simple and to the point. As you work, new avenues open up where you start to live unattached to people, situations and demands.

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