The Power Of Will: How To Overcome Your Past And Create A Better Future

The Power Of Will: How To Overcome Your Past And Create A Better Future

The power of will is an often misunderstood concept. Many people believe that willpower is simply the ability to overcome obstacles and achieve goals. However, the power of will is much more than that.

The power of will is the ability to act in accordance with our deepest desires and values. It is the ability to stay focused and committed to our goals, even when the going gets tough. It is the ability to control our thoughts and emotions and to use them to our advantage.

In short, the power of will is the ability to create our own reality. By harnessing the power of our will, we can achieve anything we set our minds to. So if you’re looking to create lasting change in your life, start by harnessing the power of your will.

How To Overcome Your Past And Create A Better Future

It is often said that we should not dwell on the past and that we should move on from our mistakes. But why is this? Why is it so important to overcome our past?

Here is Becky Peroz!

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Becky Peroz Searches for Answers! She is a teller of tales, a weaver of futures supporting others with their dreams, entwines stories from gossamer and steel, and gets her boots on for breakfast. She is a professional mentor and writer with a history of engineering, construction, and project management, and has dealt with some horrible situations like child abuse and a lifelong chronic illness. In my professional life, I chose the difficult path of engineering and construction. I didn’t really choose it, not back then. Back then it was a suitable use of my skills and the fastest way to a high-paying long-term career – in my mind – escape! What I didn’t realize, was that at no point was this industry going to make my dance with imposter syndrome smooth, more coordinated, and elegant. It made it worse. And I still didn’t know what it was, just that I didn’t fit… anywhere. I was in an industry that (back then) was much more resistant to females in the ‘power roles’ – admin and HR were perfectly fine – but engineer, leader? I was one of 10 women in my university course of over 600. I had some wonderful men who didn’t see my gender as an issue, they went out of their way to acknowledge that as I was bright, determined, and logically smart, I could make it. They supported and trained and mentored me before mentoring was even on the radar as a powerful tool. Since then I have become my own mentor, failing to find anyone who could fulfill that role for me during the early professional years of my life. The voice that tells me I have come so far from that scared, frightened, shy, and subdued young lady is now a roar that echoes through the lives I have affected, showing the world and its propensity for shutting down the shine, that I am here and I am an incredible survivor, a high achiever, and I am not stopping any time soon. If you want some of the same, contact me now for a short discussion on how you too can get your boots on. Contact Becky at

There are many reasons why it is important to overcome our past. For one, it can hold us back from achieving our goals and living our best life. When we dwell on our past, we focus on our mistakes and our failures. This can lead to feelings of shame and self-doubt, which can prevent us from taking risks and reaching our full potential.

Additionally, dwelling on the past can also prevent us from enjoying the present. When we focus on our mistakes, we miss out on all the good that is happening in our lives. We miss out on the beauty of the present moment and the joy of living in the present.

So we should continually be changing our story by changing our framework to process our past, and the present, and to embrace our future!

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