What do you want? Is it a fancy car, a lavish career, or a washboard stomach? What most people don’t realize is that we are ALL capable of acquiring those things if we really want it.
But here’s the kicker……..
………you have to really want it
……….you to be willing to commit to doing things differently.
You are responsible for your life and the results that you are getting. If you don’t like your results, only YOU can change them.
It doesn’t matter whether it’s an internal or physical change you are looking for. It will require some work. It will require you to examine, become aware of, and push past those limiting beliefs that are holding you back from reaching your goals.
Many people say that they want to change, yet they won’t make the decision to commit to change. Your desire to change must be greater than your desire to stay the same. You have to be willing to do the work in order to create change in your life.
Those old stories - those old belief systems - were inherited by your ancestors going back generations and environmentally up to the age of seven. As a baby you were a sponge, taking on everything happening around you without behind able to accept or reject any ideas. From there, we take on information from our five sensory factors - from the news, from our family and from our friends. Depending on how old you are, you’ve held onto old and outdated stories for most of your lifetime.
They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but that's simply untrue. If you truly want to create change in your life, you absolutely can. You are never too young or too old. It has to come from a deep desire within to want something different. Like those old stories that you’ve been telling yourself in your head for so many years, replacing those ideas with new ones won’t happen overnight.
Most of us aren’t even aware of the beliefs we are taking on. When it comes to moving past fear and old stories that we tell subconsciously tell ourselves, you’re going to be met with resistance. Every ounce of you will be screaming to quit, to put on the brakes, to abandon that idea and give you every reason that you might fail.
Climbing a mountain isn’t easy. There will always be obstacles and challenges along the way. That’s where you learn and grow. That’s where you dig deep and find the determination to keep going. It’s imagining that feeling when you reach the top of the mountain and overlook the valley that you stay committed to the destination taking one small step, one foot in front of the other, as you inch closer and closer to your goals.
"Winners never quit and quitters never win." ~ Vince Lombardi
Edison failed 1,000 times before he made the light bulb, but instead of looking it as a failure, his response was that the light bulb took 1,000 steps. Your growth, your personal development requires an internal transformation. Only through inner change, will you be able to experience its manifestation in your external environment.
Nothing changes until you do.
Remember, your best life all begins with you.