Almost is a word that is seemingly used every day in our lives. We don’t really think much about it or stop to examine its significance. But almost is a smart little word, and it has a lot of power.
What are the things that come into your mind when you hear the word “almost”? A word that holds a bed of sorrow? A nest of wasted energies? Or an abandoner of tasks?
Most people view almost as “helpless”, “unprepared”, and “without meaning”. But that’s not all. Some people also think it is an unachievable pipedream of the impossible and the unattainable.
Do not worry about anything since I have your back. My goal in this episode is to share with you why I find almost as the saddest word ever, and also how I use it to my advantage as a means to be more inspired to move on and forward in order to achieve your very own #bestmeever.
Here are a few topics you’ll hear on today’s show…
- Knowing the most painful word for me and how to use it as inspiration to keep moving forward.
- Viewing the saddest word “almost” in a different light than I know it – a word that connotes hope and empowerment.
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