Holidays tend to hold a mirror up to our lives.
For some, holidays are a blessing. Reflecting the joy and warmth we have in our lives.
But for others, holidays are a curse. Serving as a reminder of past events and reopening old wounds of unhealed trauma.
Holidays for you might be:
- Memories of laughter and bonding with our families
- Periods of stressful family arguments
- Or times of isolation and loneliness
Now if you’re like how I used to be, it can be hard to face the mirror in fear of what you might see. And some men spend their whole lives never wanting to face it.
But here’s the truth:
Holidays are a true test for becoming the man we aspire to be.
I share this with you because regardless of what your holiday mirror reflects…
…what truly matters is your decision to face that man in the mirror.
Because no matter the trauma you might have had during the holidays, you can always make the choice to rewrite its meaning.
So that you can be the father, who creates unforgettable holiday memories for your kids like jumping in piles of fall leaves with them.
The husband, who takes moments during the holiday chaos to keep date nights a priority.
The leader, who acknowledges his team’s hard work by telling them in person or shooting a quick voice message to them.
And the man that others look up to.
But in order to have others look up to you, you must be first willing to look up to yourself.
Now when you can do that you’ll have elevated yourself to your highest self – the 2.0 Self.
The 2.0 Self who fully embraces the man in the mirror.
P.S. If you’re ready to fully face the man in the mirror then I made this for you.