It’s so important to look after not only physical health but mental too. As this period of time continues where there is so much worry, anxiety and stress.I think it’s even more important to look out for each other and acknowledge that we need to take time for ourselves. And don’t feel bad for it […]
Going through life, you will come to learn that maintaining the same repetitive patterns often proves to be counterproductive. Many people either do not see that certain moves and strategies are not working for them, or are too afraid or uncomfortable to change up their ways. But without change, we become still. Being still for too long results in dullness of the mind and body.
Changing your moves means recreating yourself on a daily basis. It can be quite challenging to do this, especially with the hustle and bustle of everyday work and family life. But these reasons should not be excuses. There is no one who holds a perfect life.
In other words, there is no person who is set up just right to afford to change their methods in life. You just have to take a chance and have fun with it! Why keep the same old strategies in place in regards to your relationships, friendships, financial affairs or routines, if they’re not fully satisfactory?
In life, you have to learn how to recreate and redefine yourself; otherwise, you will remain the same way indefinitely. No one honestly likes remaining the same way for 60+ years! If they do, then they are either too shallow to admit otherwise, or too blind to see beyond their ego.
Another obstacle many people face when they attempt new strategies in life, is that they don’t see immediate results, and revert back to their old ways. Immediate results almost never happen; keep that in your mind! For potent and satisfactory results to be achieved, you must be in it for the long run.
Do you have what it takes to change your moves?
Are you Ready? (This is Defeating Stigma Mindfully)