The Important Role Mindset Plays In Your Life.
Mindset is something you hear a lot about in the personal development realm.
“Change your thinking, change your life.”
And it is so true.
Mindset is so important.
If you don’t really believe in what you’re doing, that you can actually find success doing it, then you are wasting your time.
Success is never going to come to you if you don’t believe that you can truly have success.
And that kind of sucks.
To think that you can be trying so many different things, wondering why nothing is working, when the whole time it’s your mind that’s all messed up.
Just because others around you may have never experienced the kind of success that you want, does not mean that you will never have it.
If those people did not really believe that the things they were working so hard for was truly within their reach, then that explains why success never came to them.
YOU must believe.
There is no way around it.
Your mind has to see your future before you can ever embrace it.
Mindset is something that many entrepreneurs struggle with on a daily basis.
We know what we want; but to some of it, what we want seems so far out of reach.
It almost feels unreal that we can have something like the things that we want.
For some, it may be a nice home.
For others, a nice car.
Or, to be able to finally be debt free.
You can have that.
But, you have to see it, believe it, and then, you have to act.
It amazes me that such a simple principle is so hard for many to grasp.
If you live in the worst neighborhood now, do you really believe that you can live in your dream neighborhood?
Can you literally picture yourself walking through the home of your dreams?
Have you even taken a tour?
In order to experience true success, you have got to clean up your mind.
And, it will not happen overnight.
In fact, fixing your mindset takes discipline and practice.
I talk about mindset in my book, Break Free: How To Overcome Your Fears And Live The Life Of Your Dreams.
I was inspired to write the book almost ten years ago.
I was inspired to write the book because it had been revealed to me that there are so many people who have given up on their dreams because they don’t believe that they can come true.
I remember crying as I penned the book because I had allowed some of my own dreams to die because I didn’t believe that I could truly have the life that I wanted.
It seemed as if it was taking so long to get to the place where I really wanted to be, and, I gave up.
My mind told me that I wasn’t as good as the next guy.
That I should settle for just being a good lil‘ employee and keep going to work for someone else.
That I wasn’t cut out for entrepreneurship.
My mind was conditioned to think that real success only came to certain people; and I wasn’t one of them.
It wasn’t until I stumbled upon a Youtube video by a young man named James Jordan, that I really started to realize how horrible my mindset had become.
James is in the internet marketing arena and has so many videos online about products and services.
But the video I watched really made me think about some things that I had been doing.
I even had the privilege to talk with James on the phone, and some of the things he said to me during our conversation let me know that there were still lots of things mindset wise that I was doing wrong.
I wasn’t succeeding like I wanted to because I didn’t truly see myself doing so.
Your mindset has to be trained.
You have to see, hear and speak what you want daily.
We as humans are conditioned to focus on what we don’t want unknowingly.
“I don’t want to be fat.”
“I don’t want to be broke.”
Did you know that knowingly acknowledging what you don’t want actually attracts those things to you?
Think about it.
If you know that you deserve to have a better life, but aren’t really sure how to go about truly living the life you want, then read Break Free.
Of all the books that I have written, this book has been the most talked about.
Be sure to follow my blog because over the coming days I will be sharing with you how to change your mind and learn how to go after what you want.
Success is within your reach.
You just have to learn how to believe that it is.
Until next time,