Do we realize we not who we want to be because we simply lack ambition? We’re stop ourselves from leading an exciting life because we do not believe we can succeed.
“Why bother trying?” This world is very restrictive of scarcity. According to this way of thinking, there is not enough “success” for everyone. In this way, if a person succeeds, he or she is stealing the potential success of others. Needless to say that this view is extremely limiting!
Instead, you can develop a vision of abundance. According to this way of thinking, the ability of people to succeed and achieve is virtually unlimited. Each new success in your life or that of others inspires and motivates new initiatives that are yet more successful.
Human beings are extremely complex. We need to know how to get in touch with others to maintain healthy relationships that help us stay healthy and preserve our quality of life. The realization of the self is a fundamental goal and a process at once. If we do not pay attention to this overarching goal, we get no results. We work all our lives, mechanically, without our actions really mattering to ourselves.
Now, to really make yourself and find your vision, you must first know yourself. Fast forward to many, many years in the future, when you’ve reached the end of your life. Imagine you are lying on your deathbed and are looking back on your life. Is there a smile of satisfaction spread on your face?
Or are you thinking about all the things that you regret and you would have liked to do? If so, this is the perfect time to change your life, and start now!
The Power of Initiative
The principle of continuous improvement relies heavily on proactivity. You must learn to use tools to maximize proactivity in your life. But for this you need to take initiative and take action. You will also need to change some preconceived ideas and habits.
From the moment you accept responsibility for your life, you instantly increase your independence. Your life becomes a big project. Somehow, you become your own business, even if you continue to work for the same employer. Responsibility gives you all the power. You become the boss who employs the resources of an outstanding employee: yourself.
When you feel totally responsible for the results you get, you increase your motivation and you take good initiatives more easily. You improve your relationships, your strategies, your goals, and your productivity. You start to feel in the depths of yourself that you have access to many more possibilities than you ever thought of. You will expand the firm belief that you can succeed!
Freedom in its most basic sense is our ability to make choices. To achieve, you must first make a decision. A good decision is usually followed by action and results. So when you take responsibility for your life and your results, you give yourself the opportunity to maximize your incredible potential.