Updated: Aug 23, 2021
1. an area where a person's view is obstructed.
2. an area in which one fails to exercise judgment or discrimination.
You get where I am going with this? We all have a "blind spot" or an area in our lives we just can't see. One may call it a deficiency, a weakness or simply denial. Some of us may not see things clearly in relationships or we are blinded by addictions. Or maybe it's that we selectively choose to see only what we want to see. This is where accountability comes in. Having a therapist, coach, mentor or trusted friend to be your second set of eyes is imperative to help you see what may be coming around the corner if you stay on the road you are on. As a Life Coach and Mental Health Advocate, I encourage you to get your eyes checked. Ask for help. Get a coach or mentor and start with "show me the truth about what I can't see!" CAST A NEW VISION. Set your sights on your dreams and goals! And remember you never have to travel alone! Start today. Let's get to work.