Melanie Johnson and Jenn Foster interview expert Cody Byrns about freeing yourself from the scars of your past and moving forward with faith.
Cody Byrns is an internationally recognized speaker and a number one best-selling author. His goal is to help people live free from the bonds of scars (physical and emotional), equipping others with the proper steps to walk out of their past hurt and defeat and run toward their God-given potential. As a thought leader, he speaks worldwide to provide relevant, applicable, and thought-provoking messages. Thousands of people have been impacted by Cody’s story and outlook on life. From school students to business leaders, his presentations have been received by many. Be prepared to have an experience that will motivate you to move out of bondage into a life of freedom!
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- Step One to recovering from emotional scars: Embracing your current reality.
- Step Two: understanding that you cannot change what happened, but you can change your today.
- Step Three: Take control of your reality. Taking control involves getting that support system, taking those steps that you need to overcome to rise above. Trust the process and be persistent.
- Step Four: Be confident in yourself, be confident in your story, in the message and the value that you can give to others.
“[It was a hard recovery,] not just the physical scars, but those emotional scars. That was, in my opinion, the most difficult to recover from” (4:32)
“I have encountered depression, and it was very difficult. But through it all, I had to remind myself that I cannot change what happened to me. The only thing I can change is what I do today and moving forward. ” (5:12)
“I have scars, and whether it be physical or emotional scarring itself doesn’t have to be a bad thing. A scar does become a bad thing when it limits our mobility in life in our pursuit of accomplishing our goals and dreams.” (10:35)