At the time, it was easy to lay blame on the manager who fired me. After all, he was pretty unreasonable.

It wasn’t long after being fired that I was feeling full of shame. The shame got me into a downward spiral, and I started to question if I’d ever find another job in my field. How could this happen to me?

I create, choose and attract everything in my life. I don’t remember the circumstances around being fired. However, I’m confident I somehow created, chose or attracted the action.

Rather than churning as a victim of circumstance, take responsibility for everything that happens in your life. When you do this, you start to see there is nothing you can’t change. You’ll see there is nothing for which you can’t create a different outcome.

You’ve got this.

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