Success appears when resilience is present whether it be in life or career transitions, in struggles or problem solving, or even in life’s moments of despair.

Your goals are seldom reached in one easy stride. Life rarely serves Success on a golden platter. You will need to seek it relentlessly.

It is your capacity to set objectives with determination and pursue these with all the courage and perseverance you can muster that brings Success your way.

As you reap the fruits of your labor, you will often realize that its sweetness will be enhanced by the struggles you overcame. Conquest has been humanity’s goal through history! Success is a Conquest!

So, be glad for the opportunities to use and show your skills as you face challenges and manage to be victorious through the difficulties encountered.

Your ultimate trophy will be the knowledge that you have acquired.

As you are molded and sometimes, scalded by events, remember that no matter the outcome, there will be a form of Success. At times, it will be bitter-sweet. Yet, Success it will be, in the sense that, you have gained in experience and knowledge which will, in turn, smooth future endeavors, and more than likely, bring you outstanding successes as your competencies strengthen!

Go for it and never give-up!
Have a nice week. Happy Trails,

Elizabeth McNally
Mentor & Licensed Certified EI Coach

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In a nutshell, I am an attentive, compassionate person who wishes to make a difference in people`s lives.
Some 17 years of experience as a Mentor & Coach, pertinent Career and life experiences, a Master’s degree in Education and additional training in Emotional Intelligence and Compassion Fatigue enable me to better perceive my clients’ needs. Because of this, I know how to help my clients clarify their thoughts, pinpoint issues and take concrete, suitable action to solve the problem, in record time.
My clients then regain the appealing glow and spark of the keen, confident, energetic people they’ve always been. They walk away with the pride and triumphant joy of having overcome.