Olympics of Life

Life is like the Olympics, it’s a series of events. It’s not what happens to you in life it’s your attitude in how you choose to deal with it.

Even world champion gymnasts that end up taking it on the chin power up their attitude and contribute to an overall team gold victory. They become victors not victims. They don’t let the past defeat them.

In life that’s what you must do also. Don’t get bogged down with what hasn’t worked or what has happened in the past. Instead focus ahead and be determined to win. Will it be easy, probably not. Realize God has a purpose, and a plan for your life. Stay in faith, trust and have a “Springboard Spirit” believe you will win and not just the games in life, but in life itself. Their are crowns for your accomplishments.

Throughout the years I have developed a deep empathy and compassion for people. Having experienced many life difficulties including a physical attack a (rape) that took place 15 years ago.  A  stranger held a razor blade to my neck and by the grace of God, He answered my prayer to live of which I am eternally grateful. I learned that He does answer our prayers. Even though we don’t always understand why bad things happen to good people, we must trust He has a bigger plan in place and one that will be revealed on His watch.

It’s 8 years this Aug that I lost  my best friend to breast cancer she was just 33.  Her life was such a blessing and she inspired me to write this book “A Champion’s Guide To Thriving Beyond Breast Cancer”.

  • One in every 8 women will affected by breast cancer in her lifetime.
  • It is estimated that approximately 227,000 new case will be diagnosed this year.
  • Early detection can save lives and if you are 40 years of age you should be having mammograms.
  • 20% of breast cancers occur in women younger than 50.

What experiences have you endured in life and how do you power up your attitude and spring forward? In my new book, you will learn how seven women have also thrived beyond, beyond their journey with breast cancer and discover the importance of having a positive mindset and staying in faith.

It is my belief that we are all here for a greater purpose in life, a purpose far greater than ourselves. What is your life purpose?

For me, I feel called to help women all around the world and this is a priority. I also believe that we should take our life circumstances and turn them into a positive. Use them for good to serve and help other people who are hurting. Imagine what the world be like if we all did this, together we can make a difference, a bigger difference. Now that is a whole lot of GREAT.

 

 

Be a champion in your life, be a victor not a victim. See yourself victoriously winning the Olympics of Life.

Don’t let past stumbles hold you back, get you down. Get up, rise up and say today is the day. Today is the day you cast a vision, a vision for a better life, an excellent life, set bigger goals and work at it and stay in faith. After- all who are you to NOT Rise UP? Take a stand today for something important in life, something you care about and go do it. Don’t say “yes but who am I to share my story” instead I challenge that thinking and say to you “Who are you to not share your story” especially when it can help other people who are hurting.

My gift to you is this…

Be Bold, Be Brave, Be Beautiful Be You!

Take a stand and join with me, let’s make a difference together helping women with cancer.

Get your copy of my new book “A Champion’s Guide To Thriving Beyond Breast Cancer” here: http://janetimueller.com

 

Love. Serve. Lead Make a Difference, Leave a Legacy

In friendship,

Janet

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2 Responses to Olympics of Life

  1. James August 13, 2012 at 2:07 pm #

    Hi Janet,

    You probably do not get a whole lot of comments by men, but your post is very inspirational. As a Christian, I do agree with your belief that God has a greater purpose in everything that happens.

    About a year ago I almost lost my wife and unborn son when my wife went into labor and the cord was prolapsed. It took us 45 minutes to get to hospital but God supplied my soon with enough oxygen for him to be born perfectly healthy. Then, because of the nature of the emergency c-section my wife developed a staph infection, but after three major surgeries she was able to recover.

    These events led my family to embrace every second we have together and this led us into network marketing because we decided we wanted a career where we could work together and spend more time together and network marketing provided us with that. We are teachers in the process of becoming full-time marketers and we are almost there.

    Thanks for the inspirational post

    • Janet Mueller August 13, 2012 at 11:23 pm #

      Hey James,
      Thank you for sharing your personal story and faith. I appreciate you stopping by. Blessed you are with such a wonderful outcome, through a difficult time, He knew the bigger picture and you stayed in faith all along. Your values and His will look like they are in alignment all the best with your transition.
      God Bless

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