OPEN YOUR MIND!
Most people avoid what they afraid of...
Your paradigms can keep you from succeeding and you have to find your fears.
Many people are afraid to fail or are embarrassed by their failures.
No one have a breakthrough in his or her own comfort zone and the big breakthroughs happen when those people faced their fears and take some risks.
Of course, I am not suggesting that you become irresponsible. Taking risks that are on purpose is quite different than being irresponsible.
Always keep in mind that losing is a part of winning. When you fall down, get up and keep moving forward. It’s by trying things that you figure out how far you can go.
You should be active when you see an opportunity because if not you will either step forward into growth or step back into safety and if you plan on being anything less than you are capable of being you will probably be unhappy all the days of your life.
You see even if you fail, if you treat every experience not like a failure but or either you won or it was a learning experience, then you’ll end up a winner.
So the stronger your discipline is the easy your life is.
You shouldn’t try to determine your purpose, you should discover it and when you discover your purpose that gives your life real meaning.
Then as long as you are true to your purpose, you should treat success and failure, no matter how big or small, exactly the same you learn from each one.
Not knowing what you want is so frustrating … or knowing what you want but not knowing how to get it is even more frustrating, and a sure recipe for failure and disappointment.
So surround yourself with people that challenge you and that don't allow you to stay where you are or in your comfort zone.
Associate with people that challenge you to improve your health, your wealth and your results.
How can you do that?
Attending workshops of personal-development, listen to tapes ( cd's, dvd's, youtube channels ), read blogs of self-development, books and the new hot sensation broadcasts on Periscope ( by the way if you are not following me there yet, it is @jbemartins ).
Like always please Just Do Life and have a great weekend.