In life, you can achieve your best just by avoiding the train wrecks, but for too many, they are their own bad situation. Here’s how reformat your life to avoid self-sabotage and starting moving forward towards real achievement and lasting change.
Your life isn’t over, and it’s not too late for you to live the rest of your life without regret—without feeling you wasted it all. In fact, no matter where you are in life, sometimes a good “reset” can help clear things that may not be hurting you now but could end up hampering you in the future.
Real addicts will do extreme things in order to get their fix. Their addiction drives them to it. What if we could tap into that same power in our own lives? What if we could be driven by “healthy addictions” to achieve more than we thought possible?
I don’t care what your lot in life is. You have something great inside of you. Your present circumstances don’t matter. Your level of income doesn’t matter, and it’s besides the point that you might be a single mother of three children. You have greatness that’s begging to come out.
Are you in a dark season of life right now? Do you feel like no one understands, or that it will never end? Do answers elude you and is your hope slipping away?
Pain is something we hold on to and there are reasons for it. Once we understand them, we can begin to reprogram our minds to break free.
Dispel the myths about real achievement and lasting change. There are no secrets to success. There’s only ignorance of the proven principles to create what you want in life. Take a few minutes right now to discover the 3 things you’ll need.
Consistency is a key to success, and keeping yourself consistent in whatever discipline you’re committed to will determine how much you maximize your potential. The problem is staying consistent, but the secret is not as difficult as you might think.
The most confining prison is the prison of the mind, and if I had to reduce “self-improvement” to one area it would be the discipline, control, and harnessing of the mind. For most us, we are subjugated to the thought habits that run our daily lives. For most people, “thought control” is not their emphasis, and they’re paying a price for it.
You’ll be hard pressed to find a single person who has done more to impact the lives of children—and even your own life—than the public television celebrity, Fred Rogers (a.k.a. “Mister Rogers”). If there’s anything Fred Rogers understood, it’s the true meaning of success, which I define as “maximizing your resources for a purpose greater than yourself.”
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