Lessons Learned

Happy Friday!

I am so happy to see the weekend! In a blink of an eye, you may just miss it! Time flies!  Have you ever just reflected on some of your lessons learned in life? Whether in your career, friendships, or starting a new endeavor? Sometimes, you have to experience life in order to learn the lessons. The truth be told, the more life you experience, the more lessons you will accumulate.

Although, some of those lessons were learned through experiences; as you grow, you will quickly figure out what’s truly meaningful and worthwhile. This will allow for self-awareness and personal growth. Life is happening NOW! We often wait around for that amazing opportunity or career change, but sometimes you have to go out and grab it by the horn…Live Intentional! Be intentional about your success, growth, and goals.

Don’t be resistant to lessons learned. Life has a funny way of repeating those lessons that we fail to understand. No matter how old or brilliant you are, we ALL will experience change in some form or fashion. Wisdom is key.

Here are a few ways to embrace life lessons:

1. Acknowledge change. Change can happen very quickly at any stage in life.

2. Accept change. Allow for the changes to unfold and gain understanding as to why things transformed.

3. Learn from the experience.  Accept it, embrace it, and learn from it. It is so easy to refuse to accept major or minor changes. Experiences are a great teacher.

Always SMILE…




About Sherill SMILEs

Hello, Smiling Faces! I hope my blog of inspiration and motivation will empower you to LIVE out your passion and purpose for your life. Always SMILE! Thanks for reading and following!
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1 Response to Lessons Learned

  1. Madeline Taylor says:

    Very well said, Sherill. The more life you experience the more lesson’s you will learn.
    If we would embrace life lessons, we would acknowledge change, accept change we would definitely learn from the experience. Change is not a bad things. In fact most of the time it is good!!



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