Getting unstuck and leaving frustrations behind – The Elite Mindset strategy

Do you feel stuck?

Do you feel something needs to change but you’re in a vicious circle?

When talking about problems, it’s unfair on yourself to try to deal with things that have happened, or things that may or may not happen in the future so you can only work with the NOW.

But many people become slaves of the past or future.

Many people live their lives because of thoughts, ideas and fears they have brought forward to the present; or they fear the future. 

Learn to appreciate today more, when you understand how free you are, unless you perceive yourself to be trapped or stuck!

If you feel insignificant, then ask yourself if you want to be significant? 

Then ask yourself are you worthy? Are you valued?

These are just ideas and we buy into them because we act, speak and behave like we are.

For example when you tell yourself you don’t deserve good things to happen, you will act like you don’t deserve good things to happen to you.

You are always comparing yourself with where you want to be!  This becomes a notch, a question mark above our current identify misconception.

So how do you change?  How do you become unstuck and start to attract positive outcomes?

It starts with accepting your reality. Look under the rug, look over your shoulder and open your eyes and accept that where you are now, isn’t where you want to be. Own your realty and your self-worth will feel improved.

This acceptance gives you a new perspective, a new direction and opportunity to really ask the question,

“Where do I want to be?”

Begin to form a plan and a vision for your future knowing that when your self-worth increases, so do your opportunities.

Begin to make small steps towards that plan knowing you aren’t striving for perfection, but you are striving to be slightly better today, than you were yesterday and to be slightly better tomorrow than you are today.

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Take it easy


By Mike Nichols

when the person thrives, the professional thrives

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