7 Ways to Build Your Personal Power

“You were born with potential.

You were born with goodness and trust.

You were born with ideals and dreams.

You were born with greatness.

You were born with wings.

You were not meant for crawling, so don’t.

You have wings. Learn to use them and fly.” – Rumi

My fifth article appeared on Daily Worth on November 20, 2015 titled, “7 Ways to Build Your Personal Power.”

Here is a brief excerpt:

What makes a person powerful? Is it her money, fame, position, charisma, social status, or expertise? While some of these are strong characteristics, a true powerful person has the ability to use not only her external resources, but also activate her internal gifts and talents.

Powerful people put their stakes in the ground on what they know to be real, and continue moving toward the greater good of self and others. The leadership in their own lives is inviting, and they can’t help but naturally empower others. Their intense presence is aligned with their own personal values, continual personal growth, and resulting external actions.

Do you feel powerful in your life? If not, why? Maybe you are not tapping into all of your greatest treasures, or tapping into your full potential.

No matter where you are in your life, I believe you can regain your power by taking steps to access that forgotten energy.

Here are 7 Ways to Access Your Authentic Power:

1. The Power of Self

2. The Power of Passion

3. The Power of Clarity

4. The Power of Connection

5. The Power of Risk

6. The Power of Action

7. The Power of Trust

To learn more about building your personal power with these 7 tips, read the full article here.
Meet Jennifer: Life Coach, Inspirational Speaker and Author Jennifer M. Blair is founder of Excavive™ Coaching and Consulting, based in Louisville, Kentucky. Her work focuses on empowering people to pursue their passions, increase their self-confidence, communicate powerfully and build the kind of lives they want to live. If you love these Blog posts, many have been adapted from her first book, The True You: Tools to Excavate, Explore and Evolve, published in 2011.