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18 Life Skills For Success by Randi Levin, CPC, Life Transition Coach

Updated: Nov 14, 2019

18 Life Skills For Success by Randi Levin, CPC, Life Transition Coach, Ridgewood Moms

• Own today. Maximize the current moment. Pretend that you only have a battery that will last for the next 24 hours. What’s now and what’s next? Release Perfect. Let go of perfect, she is holding you back! Make a date with good and done. Permission. Write the note. The permission slip. The intention that allows exceptions and new beginnings. Energy. Seize your energy. If energy is currency, what are you worth? Balance. If you are seeking balance don’t look behind or ahead of you. Look for balance within you in the current moment, because your balance is fluid, not static, and tomorrow’s balance will not match today’s. Accomplishment. Focus on what you did do, not on what you did not. This is a success. Celebrate it. Lean into it. What is the next piece? Participate. Engage in life. Use your senses. Capitalize on action not inaction. Live purposefully. Redefine your purpose. Don’t worry about how you will achieve it. Understand your what and your why and your next steps will reveal themselves. Reframe every problem. Look back in from alternative vantage points. What is another way to look at the same thing? Now that you see other sides, what can you do? Start something. Anything. Identify a need and test out a solution. Begin. Now. Live your legacy. Wait lists are for handbags, airline upgrades, and expensive cars. Don’t make your bucket list a wait list. Instead, reclaim your list so that you are in action in your life. Bring your list back into the current moment. Learn something new. Open your mind and your heart to possibility. Use your endings as new beginnings. Do not erase any chapters of your story. Instead imagine that your history is your foundation. Now build upon that. Disrupt the ordinary. Extraordinary is not created in a mold or cake pan. Step away from the expected and listen to your fire within. Create what works for you. Connect. Meet people not where you are but where they are. Carve a network of moms, friends, professionals, business associates, and clients. Know people to know people. That is the first step. Ask questions. Curiosity expands your circle, stimulates your mind, and rejuvenates your soul. Apply the answers you receive to building out next chapters. Practice a daily unknown. It is the unknown that holds most of us back. Incorporate a new unknown into your everyday as a challenge and a mindset tool to accept and work with what you cannot control. Leave the back door open. Success rarely enters through the front door! It is most often the result of hard work, patience, grit, tenacity, and the ability to fear “less” so that you can do more. Success appears in the unexpected. Manifest your success as a byproduct of your growth and commitment. Live your legacy as you celebrate and redirect the flow of success in your life.

Randi Levin, CPC, founder & CEO, Randi Levin Coaching

Randi Levin, CPC, founder & CEO, Randi Levin Coaching – is a nationally recognized transitional life strategist, Fortune 500 keynote, author, and reinvention expert. Randi Levin Coaching supports women in becoming legends in their own lives! Legacy is a mindset and a muscle that when flexed can become a power tool for change and redirection in the current moment. Randi is a catalyst toward a shift in perspectives in regard to fear, growth, purpose and overall success—all key elements of her Signature GPS Coaching System. Randi Levin Coaching is widely quoted and featured in top media outlets. She is a featured expert for Thrive Global, DivorceForce, The Three Tomatoes, Women for One, and Better After 50. Her workshops have been featured in The Wall Street Journal and you may have seen her in HuffPost, Reader’s Digest, Business Insider, American Express OPEN Forum, and Working Mother Magazine. She is regularly a guest on top podcasts and radio shows. Randi is a contributing author in the anthology series Get RESULTS!


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