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  • Writer's pictureKatrina Julia

How to Transform Your Life...Like a Boss

Updated: Jan 7, 2020

Transforming any area of your life isn't easy. It takes a mindful and conscious focus to actively transform your mind, feelings, and actions. Many people tend to wait for New Year's Resolutions to focus on a goal. Why wait? Your life is happening now. Every choice you make today creates the reality you have tomorrow.

I used to wait for New Year's myself years ago. It's not a wise choice to make. Most people give up their New Year's Resolutions by Jan 12. About 10 years ago, I shifted to a goal in an area of life e.g. doing a century ride at Lake Tahoe with Team in Training for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Then, I made two profound changes in creating a life and business I love.

Transforming your a boss isn't easy. You feel the misalignment the more areas in life you want to change. I found this to be true as I realized this in 2010. As I reflect on the last 10 years, and a decade in review, I realize how much of my life is transformed.

Every area of my life has changed. Walking from fear to faith, devaluing to purity, self hate to love, corporate to calling and bondage to freedom has not been easy. At the same time, I wouldn't trade any of the journey at all. If we choose to, we may receive strength from struggle and purpose from pain

If I learned how to transform my life like a boss, so can you.

What are you celebrating this year? How are you releasing things in 2019? Are you clear on your vision for 2020 & 2020-2030?

When I looked back on 2010, I realized I didn't set a clear vision for the next year and decade of my life. I woke up in 2011-2013 when I experienced a closer relationship with God and one of my best friends Janelle passed away from cancer. At the same time, I didn't set a vision for my life until 2015.

When I first started dreaming again, the vision wasn't clear. It is a muscle and I hadn't practiced it for years. Or, the practices I had left several parts of me and my life out. To be honest, I couldn't remember the last time I connected with God and myself on my passion and purpose at the time.