Every day I try to do a better job than I did yesterday. I try to be a better parent all the time. I think about how to improve my relationships day after day. I put a lot of focus on creating a lot of value in my business and my corporate job. In doing so, I find a lot of things that don’t work. They don’t add value to my life and things don’t change. But then there are things that I do that make a huge difference. Things get better, and better, and better! I am sharing with you my guide on 10 thoughts that will change your life for better for ever.
Thoughts? What in the world? Here is how this works. What we think is a critically important part to getting what you want in life. Our thoughts determine how we are going to feel about a problem, a desire, a goal, a job… What you think really matters! I have put together 10 most impactful thoughts that will change your life. If you have not yet, get this FREE guide immediately! Today I am sharing the first life changing thought:
THOUGHT #1: WE CAN DO HARD THINGS
Many of us quit when things get hard. Somewhere down the road we adopted a belief that easy means we are on the right track. This belief doesn't serve us and here is how you can look at it differently. Big goals always require us to stretch beyond comfort zone and overcome obstacles. There will be a guaranteed point of confusion and resistance no matter what you are pursuing. When we believe that obstacles are there to help us, we feel empowered and don’t quit. When empowered, our minds immediately start searching for solutions.
A while back I decided to be okay with doing hard things. It looks like this – as soon as I encounter something difficult, I tell myself that I am learning to do hard things. It's been the single driving force behind my relentless pursuit to successfully achieve my goals and I have not looked back. The reason why it works is because we give ourselves permission to resolve the difficult tasks. We make it normal to encounter problems. You start to look at challenges as part of the journey without trying to get rid of them. When you truly start to embrace that
you can do hard things, you start to believe in yourself unconditionally. This is where the