Open a new door and say hello

5 min readNov 21, 2021

“Every person is a new door to a different world.” — Unknown

Rewire your brain and catapult your results in life and business.”

“If you’re brave enough to say goodbye, life will reward you with a new hello.” — Paulo Coelho

Saying goodbye is never easy.

Saying goodbye to a relationship, loved one, friend or vocation is hard.

Our hard-wired mind always wants us to focus on the issue, the tragedy, the loss or whatever.

Of course, we need to process the issue, the tragedy, the loss etc. so it does not have any opportunity to find a lodging in your subconscious mind and continue to create havoc for years on end.

Trust your inner being that is desperately pleading with you to open a new door and say hello.

Do not succumb to this psychological warfare as some people simply become stuck and do not move on with their lives.

Being stuck really sucks so be very diligent about asking yourself the hard questions.

What was the relationship, loved one, friend or vocation really all about?

What did I learn?

The key is to experience and process the event to the best of your ability and often, this requires some time and effort.

If you’re saying goodbye to a relationship, the following is how I processed it many years ago. The link for the musical selection is listed below.


So, how de we move forward after an ending to almost anything in life?

Here it is.

“Obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.” — Michael Jordan

When you strive and work towards something huge in your life you feel alive and vibrant. Every single cell of your body says thank you to you.

You will think that you’ve had enough but something inside of you is pressing you to move forward.

What is it?

It’s that burning desire within you that is seeking expression without, regardless of present circumstances.

Don’t quit as you are almost there.

Persist and continue to move forward no matter what.

You must believe in yourself.

You must believe that you are special and unique.

This persistence stuff is developed.

You don’t find it in a drink or medication.

You dig down deep within your inner core and do whatever you must do in order to take you to your new destination.

How do I do this?

You read, listen, walk, jog, pray, intend, believe in yourself until you break the barrier.

If it were easy, everyone on the planet would do what you want to do with your life or business.

How do I break the barrier of resistance?

You do this with persistence.

Make persistence a daily activity until it becomes a habit.

When there are supposed obstacles in your ways simply say next.




Ultimately, you develop such resilience that issues automatically go into their respective boxes.

Compartmentalization is very effective and allows one to move forward and Godward.

Is this easy?

Not in your life!

This takes persistent, proactive and incredible faith in yourself that you can do it.

Now, open a new door and say hello.

Carpe Momentum



Certified Corporate Trainer, Educator, Business Consultant, Author & Entrepreneur.

Franco Cianflone is a graduate of the internationally acclaimed Bill Gove Speech Workshop with a Corporate Speaker designation. His extensive corporate training includes Bob Proctor, Paul Martinelli, and training seminars/sessions with Steve Siebold, John Maxwell, Les Brown, Tony Robbins, Mark Victor Hansen, and many others. He is the author of sixteen books to date and co-founder of Mini Bytes For The Brain.

Fifty years of Education and Business leadership compliments his mission to transform and catapult the results of individuals everywhere on the globe as far as Australia. His life mantra is, “Others will be looking at the fire while you are walking through the fire towards your victory and success”.

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