“Whether you believe you can do a thing, or believe you can’t, you are right.” Henry Ford What would you like to create in your life?
Whatever you want you can have. You got the car, the job, right?
You believed you could. Belief is where you start. Believe you can have it and you will create it.
How do you create a positive belief? You focus on your goal, thinking about it constantly as already here now.
Whatever you focus on you will create. Only focus on what you want.
Ready to exhale?
It’s simple – shift how you respond to life; accept “whatever” bugs you and act positively.
For example, I am an extrovert who lives alone.
When I choose, “I live alone, I choose to feel happy and enjoy my life,” I feel peaceful, happy.
When I think “I don’t like living alone,” I am resisting, I feel upset. My resistance = unhappy. What are you resisting today that makes you unhappy?
What are you saying “no” to? What can you say “yes” to? When you resist
Someone bothering you? Some complaint about your life or someone?
Let it go.
You can be the master of your life – peaceful, happy and successful.
Or, you can collide with what just happened, or might happen – and be unhappy. The “I don’t like this, I don’t like her…” creates disasters – in your mind, then in your life.
It is impossible to be truly happy when you are focused on what you don’t like.
Drop it – let it go. How? By focusing on something else – a better thought
Today you have a problem – a person, situation or thing doesn’t work for you. You complain –
Why is that person so difficult? Because that’s who they are at this moment.
Why did they change ____ at work? Because they did. Whatever you resist, persists. It stays with you, you keep thinking about it. It upsets you.
Have you ever noticed that the more you complain, the more there is to complain about?
Focusing on what you don’t like makes you a victim – “poor m
Science tells us that relationships are up to 85% of our happiness.
If you want to be happy and successful, pay attention to your relationships.
Pay attention to how connected you are with the people you work with, live with and love. To improve relationships, practice compassion.
Compassion is the subject of “The Book of Joy” by the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu.
Compassion – for yourself and others – leads to joy. So, whoever is bugging you has something within them that