You’re interested in getting what you want in life, right?

Everyone is!

We all want what we want.

We’re all eager to figure out the best way to get it, and preferably as quickly and painlessly as possible!

And there’s nothing wrong with that.

Getting What You Want in Life – Anything is Possible

That said, I’ve personally noticed a few things that cause pain along the way in getting what you want in life – creating challenges and confusion.

It’s been my first hand experience, and I see this play out for most other people too.

There Are 3 Home Truths That Apply to Everyone

In this video I’m sharing 3 things about getting what you want in life that most people either don’t know, or do know but they don’t want to embrace!

These truths are to help you be a powerful creator of the life you desire, and to do so with grace, ease, flow and with as little resistance and confusion as possible.

I’d love to hear from you, so scroll down to leave me a comment.

  • What are you creating in your life?
  • What do these insights stir in you?
  • Can you see how these home truths have played out in your life – in the past or in the present?

With love, Bernadette

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Bernadette Logue (known to everyone as “B”) is the Leader of The Daily Positive, a Transformation Life Coach and the author of 3 personal growth books – guiding you on how to master your mind, to live consciously and soul-aligned. To receive regular coaching resources and support, join B in EvolveHQ, The Daily Positive’s private personal growth membership and community. To find out more about B click here.


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14 thoughts on “The Truth About Getting What You Want in Life

  1. Sofía says:

    Hi, I really needed this post, but I also have a question… According to what you said, it is okay to want things and is okay to be sad when we don’t have them? I’m asking ’cause I blame myself almost all the times I feel sad for not getting what I want (my goals etc) And I’m not blaming myself for not having accomplished it, but for feeling sad. So, that’s the question, is okay to feel sad?

    • Bernadette Logue says:

      Hey Sofia, yes you are totally allowed to feel all your feelings, including sadness! You’re human and your emotions will arise and we can’t blame ourselves for our very core humanity. It is not about the feelings we have, it’s about what we do with them, how we process them, what we make them mean, and who we choose to be in those tough moments. When sadness comes, notice it, feel it, love yourself, uplift yourself… the key is not to go into blame or saying it’s wrong to feel the way you do, and certainly not to “park up” and live in that feeling. The more tools we have to process our emotions in a healthy way the better. I recommend EFT Tapping as a life skill for helping us to do that. Here’s a guide for tapping in case you’re not familiar with that… https://www.thedailypositive.com/eft-tapping
      Best wishes,
      B

  2. Ilektra says:

    Bernadette ,
    Splendid video with excellent clarifications about this specific topic! After seeing this video, I am now so much clearer what to do and what to expect during obstacles and challenges! Thank you for this high value educational video!!!

    Ilektra

  3. Romy says:

    from Canada….Thank You very much for your incredible and inspiring work. I have listened to you from your beginning and have watched you grow and evolve and I have always enjoyed your material.

    Thank you very much.

    Romy

    🙂

  4. Cindy says:

    I love this so much, B!! It’s completely beautiful-you nailed it:)
    I try to remind myself EVERY DAY that things aren’t happening to me-they’re happening FOR me. It’s all about evolving….GROWING!
    Love LOVE all that you share-THANK YOU!

  5. Daniela says:

    Love this and have shared! When are you planning a trip to Canada – would love to meet you in person! You have helped me and my clients more than you know.

    • Bernadette Logue says:

      Hey Daniela!! So glad to share this topic with you and glad it resonated. Oh and I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to come to Canada. My husband and I live and work nomadically so we are always moving around and Canada is on our “to do” list of places to visit one day. I have many coaching clients there in Canada as well as the States, so hopefully one day soon we will come. Always a delight to meet people in person for sure! Until then, big love, B

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