Let The Morphing Begin

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Was there ever a time you felt you wanted to be better than you were at that moment? Of course .. it’s human nature.

But what kept you from taking the action, doing that “thing” to move you forward?

Like you, I’ve been challenged in one way or another throughout my life. Over the years I’ve had to break away from old “beliefs” that kept me stuck and just settling in to what was happening at the time. No more because I’m older and much wiser about – myself.

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Here’s how I see the dissection of aging .. (these break-downs are based on my personal experience, so the numbers may vary):

  • Birth – 21 (growing up years, mindset still in the realm of “kid” thinking and doing stupid stuff, for some. Partying, etc. Still under the grips of parents and easily influenced by them and peers)
  • 21 – 36 (initiating careers, maybe marriage and starting a family, maybe being responsible for parents and their care, locking in to career direction)
  • 37 – 50 ( Feeling unsatisfied with life, changing careers, being fired or layed off, dealing with life challenges, realizing the aging process, potential heath problems)
  • 51 – ? (retirement, what to do next questions and exploration, uncertainty about the future, Β empty nest syndrome, increased potential health problems, caring for parents

So what’s this have to do with becoming a better version of “you”? Lots. Most likely from birth to about the 40’s, let’s say, you’re under the thumb of parents and peer pressure. Being able to abandon their influences never happen or begin to happen.

What’s interesting is we develop “habits” of behavior over the years, and ways we think about ourselves as a result of these influences. It’s not until we start to question why we do what we do, or don’t do. Or why we didn’t go to school to be a writer instead of being a doctor (something your parents thought would be good for you to do).

There are so many people wishing their lives had taken a different path.


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I think you can!

But, it takes a willingness to open your mind to explore the possibilities of change. Think about it .. most everything we do is the way we have always done it – and it’s learned through the years. So like Tony Robbins ays, your behavior is a “habit”.

Watch the video below. I have Kathryn Maclean to thank for sharing this because I believe this to be true. You don’t have to be what you’ve always been – you can morph yourself into something new.

Here’s the way to break your behavior habit:

  1. Accept where you are now and work with what you have
  2. Acknowledge how you’ve been repeating your behavior habit
  3. Learn something new, or that “thing” you’ve always wanted to do
  4. You CAN learn new tricks
  5. DO it! Avoid sitting around and thinking about it. Get off your ___ Β and do something about it!
  6. You are NOT what others think you are. Cultivate YOU! You’re an original.
  7. 6. Keep a journal of your progress
  8. 7. Celebrate you

You can do it! I’ve never felt more free to be myself now than all the years before me. At 61 I love my life and what I’m morphing into.

Lesly Federici





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17 thoughts on “Let The Morphing Begin

  1. Hi Sazia,
    Wonderful to see you visiting! We miss you in the community. But I know you are expanding your own vision in helping others wich is wonderful … thank you for visiting πŸ™‚

  2. Great article Lesly and very thought provoking.

    Maybe the biggest challenge that we have is that we are so completely malleable and truly can become anything we believe we can.

    Keep morphing until you are happy!

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  3. Hey Monna,
    Thank you, and yes.. we are constantly changing, morphing through the years .. and depending on how you look at it .. it’s all good … always great to see you visiting .. thanks πŸ™‚

  4. Hi Kathryn,
    Loved the video, and thank you… yes we all have to find our own way of morphing, that’s what contributes to us being so darn unique and special! Right? Right!!

  5. Hi Claudia,
    Yes, I agree with you … I wish it could have happened earlier in life .. but I do what’s good for me now… I’m teaching my son to do what he wants now .. and not listen to me .. LOL.. wonderful to see you visiting, thank you πŸ™‚

  6. Hello Ikechi,
    Welcome! Thank you for your visit and comment. I appreciate it. Absolutely… those beliefs are not always true.. so we have to let go of them to grow a better version of ourselves … πŸ™‚

  7. Hi Leslie

    Thanks for sharing this post and I love the video.

    Yeah! At one point in time, we have to question our beliefs if we intend to become our better selfs.

    Better now than later. Thanks.

  8. Hi Lesly ,
    it seems you found your Roar πŸ™‚
    This is a journey of self-awareness
    and I hope future generations do not
    need all this years to get aware of who
    they truly are and want to be.
    Good for you, that you are morphing πŸ™‚
    Great post
    All the best

  9. Thanks for the great post Lesly. I think as we get older we decide we want what WE want, not what we think others want! I know for me I really don’t give a s&$t what people think anymore I do what I do strictly for me! And I try everyday to be better then I was the day before

  10. Gone are the days where we chose a career and were expected to stick to it all our working life. When I worked in recruitment in the 70s loyalty was questioned if someone hadn’t stayed in a job for at least 4 years. There are now so many opportunities for learning something new, whatever your age.

    I just imagined a time when someone in their 60’s was more prized for their up-to-date knowledge because of recent learning than someone in their 30’s or 40’s. Unfortunately I can’t see that happening any time soon despite older retirement ages.

  11. My friend, I did think of you when I saw that video from Tony Robbins, so I sent it to you and I am so glad that I did! As Ophra says “If not now, when?” This is the time to morph into who you really wanted to be all along. Thanks for all your help! I am morphing too, but in my own way. We all have to find our own way in life, so do it and do it now.

  12. Hi Lesly,
    Thanks for this post. Very inspiring and motivating. I suppose all of us are into some phase of morphing at one time or another. I think the key is to trust yourself and become who you really are, not who others want you to be.

    Great post.

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