Lesson #12 – Imagine What Your IDEAL Life Looks Like …
Imagine for just a moment that this is your life:
- Fulfilling and complete in every single area.
- Every direction you look, you’re firing on all cylinders and in complete harmony – financially, physically, mentally, spiritually, & your relationships.
What would that be worth to you? It would be immeasurable wouldn’t it? Well, let me tell you a secret…
Contrary to popular belief, it’s not that hard to achieve.
You have to be willing to roll up your sleeves and get yourself moving, because knowledge without action is a total waste of time.
The bottom line is this: the right mindset will help you create amazing results in your life. In fact, I absolutely guarantee it.
It’s going to take some commitment and work on your part. If you just want to sit on your duff and listen, then nothing is going to happen for you.
Are you ready to do some work and begin some changes in your way of thinking?
Remember you are either stepping up to the plate or you are backing down. There is no middle ground here.
Begin fresh with a new way of thinking. “I can get it done,” “I will get it done,” and most important, “I will find a way.”
If you say that you can’t, you are right!
You need to stop right now concentrating on all the things you can’t do or your weaknesses and start focusing on what you are strong in and the virtues you hold dear.
The next time you trip up or make a mistake, do your best to listen and really take notice of what you are saying to yourself.
Do you find yourself beating yourself up with words like; “Geesh, I am an idiot! Why do I always do that?”
“Why is it that every time I try something, I seem to fail?”
When you look into the mirror or hear the words in your mind that you are choosing to say about yourself you are going to have to really make a conscience effort at listening to what you are saying.
When you hear yourself say anything negative about yourself or what you are trying to accomplish you are going to need to put a stop to it and counteract the negativity with something positive.
When you hear this kind of self abuse you need to stop right in the middle of your verbal self abuse and pretend that you are talking to a good friend who had just made the same mistake.
What would you say to your friend?
You’d probably say something more like this:
“Hey, you did the best you could. Now it is time to pick yourself up and try again.”
“Hey at least you tried and gave it a great effort. There is no shame in failing… only in failing to try.”
Always easy telling others how they should act isn’t it?
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