Manufacture Your Day by TAKING A LEAP OF FAITH
What does it mean to take a leap of faith?
Today I would like to talk about why it is worthwhile to step into the so often fear of the unknown.
Here is the thing:
If you are happy and content with your life, that’s great as long as you appreciate what you have. You can always strive for another goal, right? That’s a healthy process of moving forward. If you do, it will also increase your zest for life.
However, if you live in the negative land of “W” (wishing, whining and wasting everyone’s time), it may be worthwhile to change location.
You cannot create positive results with a negative mind.
- What do you want?
- Make a plan.
- Take action.
These steps seem simple, yet follow-through can be difficult. If you want it, you have to work for it. Nothing worthwhile achieving comes easy.
I personally find it disheartening that so many people absolutely dislike what they do for a living. Unfortunately, it is often easier to complain than to do something about it.
I have learned firsthand that job security is an illusion. If you are in a job that you dislike, it is a waste of your time, your energy and your talent. It’s neither good for you or your family nor for your employer.
If you think you have no talent, think again. Everyone is good at something. You may have just not figured it out yet.
I am no stranger to taking a leap of faith and here are my thoughts:
- Life is too short: Leap of faith begins with the conviction that whatever is happening in your life right now doesn’t work for you any longer.
- Believe in yourself: You have the ability to give your life a different turn. You’re worth it.
- Personal Power: Make the decision and don’t stay in your head for too long. Tony Robbins says, “If you’re in your head, you’re dead.”
- Your thoughts are powerful: Fear starts in the mind. So does courage.
- Fear can stand for “false expectations appearing real” – if you want to imagine things, imagine positive outcomes.
- Stop overthinking: “Do or Do not. There is no try.” – Yoda, Star Wars
The worst thing you can do is to feel sorry for yourself by comparing your life to other people’s life.
You have two options:
- Learn to love your life as it is: Appreciate what you have and stop complaining.
- Change your life: Take action and learn and grow in order to be where you want to be.
What will you choose?
Food for Thought:
How often have you talked yourself out of making a change for the better?
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