70: Learning to Rebuild

 

There have been many changes through out my life, and with those changes I’ve sometimes needed to completely rebuild things. Sometimes from the ground up. When you’re in a rebuilding phase of life it doesn’t always feel the greatest. But I want you to know you’re not alone in needing to rebuild. We all have been there. Heck, I’m currently rebuilding my career and finances right now as we speak. There is no shame in rebuilding. Rebuilding is our chance to make our life the way we truly want, how exciting is that?! We can always start again and it’s never too late to have the life you’ve always wanted.

 

As I mentioned, I’m currently in a season of rebuilding as I am shifting my career from Fashion Designer to Influencer and focusing on paying off all my student loans. Going through all this, I’ve been self reflecting on the other times I’ve needed to rebuild things in my life. After reflecting on it, I noticed there are 4 common stages of rebuilding I always go through. And today I want to share those with you in hopes these stages will help you too. I think each stage is equally important and necessary to actually rebuild things and move towards a better tomorrow.

 

In today’s episode I break down each of the 4 stages of rebuilding, which are:

  1. Grief
  2. Acceptance
  3. Getting Organized
  4. Making a Plan

 

I explain each stage in today’s episode so be sure to click below to tune in now. No matter what you’re going through in your life, you can always rebuild. We’re humans, we will make mistakes or fall short at times, but it’s okay. We can always improve. At least we’re out there in the world trying. I’d rather be out there trying and failing than not trying at all.

 

I share this quote from Teddy Roosevelt in the episode but I will leave it here with you too cause it’s so good:

 

It’s not the critique who counts.

It’s not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done it better.

The credit belongs to the person who is actually in the arena.

Who’s face is marred with blood and sweat and dust.

Who at the best in the end knows the triumph of high achievement and who at worst, if he fails,

he fails daring greatly.”

 

Keep daring greatly my friends,

 

Taylor

 

Links from this episode:

Listen to Episode 68 with Francesca Philips on OWNING your time and having an action plan!

Brene Brown video on Daring Greatly

Follow my friend and photographer Mario Minero on Instagram @mariominerosphotography

Connect with me on Instagram @whattheeffpodcast and @taylormorgandesign

 

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70: Learning to Rebuild
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