Look back on all the things you did today. Did you act like the person you wish to become? If you repeated today every day for the next year, realistically, where would you end up?
Competing with those at your same level yields slow and minimal improvements. You’re better off “competing” with people far advanced than your current level.
In order to make epic decisions, you want to be in a peak state. Do whatever gets you in a “natural” high where you can hear your highest intuitions.
You haven’t learned how to learn. You don’t have confidence. When you look in the mirror, you don’t like the person you see.
If you got fat the instant you ate ice-cream, you probably wouldn’t eat it. If you got lung cancer the moment you smoked a cigarette, you probably wouldn’t smoke it.
When you’re caught in a self-defeating cycle, it can feel impossible to get out. Quite disturbingly, you begin to believe the suffocation of negativity is “normal.”
Rather than being reactive to what’s going on around us, happy people take control of their lives and emotions. If you are unhappy with your life, who or what else can you blame than yourself?
You can never be afraid to truly, in all the zeal and conviction you can muster, share the truth desperately seeking to come out of you.
Put most simply, what stands in nearest proximity to you has enormous implications.
The first step of evolution is to stop desiring the things that are stopping you from evolving.