There are things about yourself that you don’t like. So you change them, right? Well, not exactly. It’s more likely that you keep on doing them, even though you say you’d like to change them. So, is there hope to change? Yes, there is. But you can’t just snap your fingers and say goodbye to well-established patterns, even when those patterns result in bad consequences. Sure, you wish it could be easier.
Adopting new ways rarely is comfortable at first. You may feel a lot of resistance to change. But if you think about change as an opportunity to be better, not as an unwanted burden, amazing things can happen.
You acknowledge the need for self-discipline, perseverance, and hard work. You know why you want to change. You know who you want to be. You know that your actions need to adhere to your beliefs. You know it makes no sense claiming you want to change but then doing nothing about it. You’re tired of disappointing yourself. You’re fed up with feeling frustrated. When you welcome the change, you are ready to go.
Self-awareness and understanding your behaviors are the key to the change. I like what Mohamed Ali said “A man who views the world the same at fifty as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life”
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