Mindset Is A Process Change

So, you have make up your mind and are ready to change your life.  You are growing sick of your job, that nagging boss and the constant lack of money. You often feel worthless, unloved, depressed. You seem to be one of those who are living day to day with no goal to achieve, no project that inspires you.  Your little or young kids have grown up and don't need you to make breakfast for them anymore, in fact you really don't have any reason to get out of bed in the morning apart from having to go to work at a job you hate! Does this sound like you?

Well, here are some good news for you.  We have all been there and I want you to sit up and listen. You and only you can remove yourself from feeling like this and it comes down to whether you are willing to and decide to change your life. These feelings and thoughts you are having, you have created for yourself and if you want them to change you and only you will have to take action and do things you have never done before and you can start right now!  You got to believe in your capabilities.

All of us are so busy looking and judging everyone else, blaming everyone else for our being and our situation that we fail to look at where the real problem lies, that is within ourselves. If you don't believe in yourself, if you're uncomfortable being around other people and you lack self worth, eventually it will undermine you in your life.

Remember, the most important relationship you have is with yourself. You got to learn to be your own best friend. Be honest with yourself, really how can you be your best friend if you don't like or respect yourself. Take some time out to dig deep into your soul. Examine yourself to discover where your true battles lie even though when motivating self seems difficult.

Often, the only reason why fixing the problems don't deliver the expected results is because the results are only superficial. Look within at what caused the problem. You say you want to change but you find solving one problem often causes another. For example, you have given up smoking, great you have solved that problem but in doing so you gained 10kgs in the process ouch! So now you have a weight problem. Instead of continuing your journey of self- correction you give up why, because the self-commitment the wanting to change for yourself is superficial it's not strong enough, you must want to change your life for yourself, not for your spouse, your children or your friends, FOR YOU!

The human mindset is a process, change is a process and it requires constant self-correction. It takes life long work to become the person you want to be and I know you're thinking it's too hard but again it's all about how you approach it, your mindset and of course your honesty about whether you really want to change. Believe me change is actually a lot of fun and you need get fear out of the way.

It only requires a simple decision to change your personal life. So, from this moment onwards, you need to stop looking at your problems as being frustrating. Instead embrace the problems and make the decision to take innovative action.  Be ready to let go of the struggle and make a simple commitment to become the special and talented person that lives inside you.  Just keep on going forwad.


Quotes for the day:

"Ability is what you're capable of doing.  Motivation determines what you do.   Attitude determines how well you do it."
*-- Raymond Chandler

"The question isn't who is going to let me; it's who is going to stop me."
*-- Ayn Rand 

"The only thing even in this world are the number of hours in a day. The difference in winning or losing is what you do with those hours."
*-- Woody Hayes 

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