FlitterWeb Logo

CategoriesReviewPromoteDiscover
LOG INREGISTER
Visit Site

Celia Fitzgerald

Functionality
Aesthetics
Ease-Of-Use
Service/Support
http://celiafitzgerald.com

Lifestyle , Personal Blogs

No challenge is too great for you to conquer. We all deal with challenges on a daily basis, whether they are within the work place, in our personal relationships or in other areas of our lives. These challenges are opportunities for us to learn and doorways to a greater future. Sometimes challenges are created as a direct result of our own thinking. Often we choose to place our focus on what we don’t want, and then find ourselves taking steps towards bringing that about in our own lives.

Being empowered means taking charge of your own destiny. It means creating the life that you desire by consciously making decisions to move in the direction of your vision. Empowered people are not victims of their current circumstances, but rather, life long learners ready to rise up and meet the challenges that are presented to them. An empowered person sees the value in all of their life experiences. These people move away from a state of blame and towards a state of gratitude, putting their energy into their vision, and their focus on the present moment.

The disempowered individual often leads a life of desperation and hopelessness, with only short bursts of happiness created by favorable conditions. These people allow outside situations and circumstances to control their lives. They tend to dwell on past difficulties and find it impossible to truly forgive. Because they live in a state of blame, they seldom take responsibility for their present situations, and they never seem to move beyond their problems. To live a disempowered life is a choice, but at any time you can choose differently.

0 Likes Write a Review! Share
Recommended
Recent
Fresh
Popular

Recommended Reviews

No Reviews... Yet
Be the first!

Sites Like Celia Fitzgerald

Featured Review


Ars Technica

Ars Technica

by tb2571989

I started reading Ars Technica after leaving LifeHacker as I wasn't a fan of the re-design. I still find myself back every now and then, but Ars is one of my daily check-ups.

One of Ars' strengths is the seriously in-depth articles and reviews. The ridiculious but fascinating 40,00...
See more...

Recent Reviews


craigslist

craigslist

by minio

I think the site looks dull now. I hope it evolves into more modern design. And also consider user experience.


The History of Byzantium

The History of Byzantium

by KrisA

I heartily agree with the reviews on this podcast series left so far by other listeners. I've not yet listened to Mike Duncan's History of Rome podcast (though I'm now inspired to do so), but the History of Byzantium podcast is a tour de force from Robin. He has done a sterling and balanced job...


The History of English Podcast

The History of English Podcast

by KrisA

I have found the History of English podcast absolutely riveting; in fact, I 'binged- listened' my way through the first 100 or so episodes, and am very relieved that there are clearly many more to come :-). History via etymology - a great concept, well-delivered by Kevin. Highly recommended.


The History of Byzantium

The History of Byzantium

by wlad

It's so amazing that we have the opportunity to listen to so many years of history is such a fine detail. It's a marvel of the modern world. Thanks for doing this, Robin!



Site Map

Home
Submit a Site
Best Of FlitterWeb
Site Wall
Category Index
New: Sites / Reviews / Members

Meta

FlitterDev
Community Forum/Blog
Promote Your Website
Content Guidelines
Stay Connected
FAQ / About / Contact Us

Fine Print

Terms of Service
Privacy Policy
© FlitterWeb, 2018. All rights reserved.