““When you do what you fear most, then you can do anything.”
― Stephen Richards”
Life is what we make it. If we are going to sit around sulking about how other people are achieving and getting ahead in life while we are stuck, then this is going to keep us feeling down in the dumps.
We can get up and dust ourselves off from all the negative self talk and self sabbotaging and start setting goals to achieve our own accomplishments and achievements. No one else is going to miraculously do it for us. Setting realistic goals is a good way to start. Make a bullet point list of all the achievements you wish to achieve in the next day, week, month and year. Then set about juggling with your life to make this workable. Always remember that if you are unsure of the goal you would like to reach and are not specific about what it is you are after, then the universe will have a problem delivering it to you.
Goals need to be written out and posted on the fridge, computer desk and wherever it is that is accessible to you to reflect on the goals you have set out for yourself. Believe and you will achieve.
“If you raise your standards but don’t really believe you can meet them, you’ve already sabotaged yourself. You won’t even try; you’ll be lacking the sense of certainty that allows you to tap the deepest capacity that’s within you. Our beliefs are like unquestioned commands, telling us how things are, what’s possible and impossible and what we can and can not do. They shape every action, every thought and every feeling that we experience. As a result, changing our belief systems is central to making any real and lasting change in our lives.”
Right here, right now I will remember that my goals are not out of my reach, they are obtainable and I will achieve them, one day at a time and in God’s time. I have made the start by outlining what they are and now I will enforce them.
copyright NJTurner 2015