Create your own destiny
Building inner strength and self-belief.
So, you’re feeling stuck in a rut? You realised that your life didn’t turn out the way it was suppose to? You are not alone. So many of us get to this point at some point during our lives and it can be hard for people who haven’t yet experienced success or happiness with their current situation because they don’t know how create change themselves! That’s why the good news is, YOU CAN do something about it! And from reading this article you will find out the 3 crucial steps to head in the direction of your dreams and desires.
Live your life as if you are responsible for all aspects of it.
One of the most important things you can do for your wellbeing is to take responsibility for your own life. This means managing yourself and your immediate environment, setting goals and boundaries, and taking care of your mental and physical health. It also means creating your own life instead of waiting for someone else to do it for you.
It also includes taking responsibility for your mindset. A negative mindset will never create positive results. When you have negative thoughts, it’s important to be aware of them and change them if they aren’t helpful. You have all sorts of beliefs – some you develop in early childhood, some you inherit from your ancestors. Even though it might be difficult to swallow, your beliefs are YOUR responsibility. So look into the stories you tell yourself; especially when things don’t go well. Are your beliefs supporting you and your goals or are they blocking you from achieving success?
When you take responsibility for your own life, you set the stage for success and happiness.
You also become more resilient in the face of stress and adversity. So don’t wait any longer – start taking responsibility for your own life today!
What will you do today? Wait or create?
The difference between being a victim and taking personal responsibility is like night and day. When you wait for life to happen, or others take decisions that will impact your lives instead of blaming them when they don’t work out as planned – especially if these events are beyond our control- then it’s time we started playing an active role in shaping our future ourselves by taking ownership over what happens next.
It’s never too late to take responsibility for your life. The stress of managing your own life can be overwhelming, but it’s a necessary step to create the life you want for yourself. If you’re not happy with where you are in life, it’s up to you to change it. No one else is going to do it for you. It’s also important to remember that taking responsibility for your life doesn’t mean shouldering all the blame for your problems. Everyone makes mistakes. What’s important is learning from your mistakes and taking steps to improve your wellbeing. When you take responsibility for your life, you open yourself up to new opportunities and possibilities. So don’t wait any longer. Start taking responsibility for your life today!
Make a plan. Strategize forward. Recognize limitations.
You know what you want, maybe it is setting up your business, getting a better job or publishing a book. Once you decided that you are actually going to do something about it, you need a plan of action. Setting out the steps that will take you there. On that road you will inevitably face your own limitations. Maybe it’s certain skills that you need to develop or creating more supportive mindset.
We all have inadequacies. Things that we’re not good at, or things that make us feel insecure. But the most successful female entrepreneurs I know aren’t afraid to face their inadequacies head-on. Instead, they use them as a motivator to improve their business. They know that in order to be successful, they need to be prepared for anything. And they also know that there are always opportunities out there waiting for them. So if you’re feeling down about your deficiencies, don’t worry! Use them as a catalyst for growth instead. Believe me, it’ll pay off in the end.
Overcome your fear
Fear of failure is common among those who are setting out to achieve a goal. Fear can be a real barrier to success, and it’s important to keep in mind that the way your brain works — wired for survival rather than massive success.
Every therapist will tell you to stop running away from your fears, and stop and acknowledge them instead. Fears can be overcome with practice. Start from micro steps everyday. You can ask yourself: “ What is the worst thing that could happen to me?”, “ Will I die from it?” Relaxation exercises such as mindful breathing , guided meditation and visualising the best possible outcome so can be very helpful in the process of overcoming your fear and managing your negative emotions.
Responsibility is the cornerstone of success and happiness. It’s time to stop making excuses and take control of your life. You are responsible for your own health and happiness. No one else can make you happy or achieve your goals for you. Start taking responsibility for your life today and watch your success unfold before your eyes. Remember, only YOU have the power to change YOUR life! What will you do today to start taking responsibility for your happiness?