Expectations, Growth Mindset, Mindfulness, perfectionism, Personal growth, Self Help, Virtual Illusion

Shatter the Virtual Illusion

Do you ever feel like you are on the outside looking in at the world around you? Everyone is happy. They are together in a room as you sit there alone in front of your Xbox, iPhone or computer screen. Although you are there virtually, your mind wanders as you wish for a better life.

In today’s digital world, we have never been more connected. We can communicate with someone around the globe in mere seconds. While regions and cultures have never been closer, we face a distance that society has never known.

Virtual illusions affect all of us. On the other side of the screen, others’ lives look perfect. Our lives pale in comparison. We don’t quite measure up to the picture of success and happiness that society has painted for us.

While we can gather more information than ever, a need to look within ourselves has turned into an afterthought. Answers are there at the click of a mouse. Why look any further?

Sadly, personal growth doesn’t come from a Google search. At times, it’s necessary to look inside. Truth is visible, even through the cracks in our lives.

Freedom is on the other side of expectations—freedom from a feeling of not being good enough, fear of what others think and a need to be perfect to begin new projects. You will learn how to do what you love, love what you do and live a life of purpose. You can become who God has called you to be.

Perfection is an illusion. Despite the cracks, your reflection can be clear. When you look in the mirror, in weaknesses you may find your greatest strengths–and this is the clearest reflection of all.

Cracked Mirror, Clear Reflection addresses this area of concern by prompting self-awareness, a connection to God and a recognition that we are all perfect with our imperfections.

I would love to share my book with you. Click the image below to read the first four chapters.

Many blessings to you,

Julie Barbera


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