“Men are not prisoners of fate, but only prisoners of their own minds.” Franklin D. Roosevelt
What habits are working for you or against you?
We are programmed to routinize all that we do from eating breakfast to driving to work. I’ll bet that you have driven to work or back to home and you don’t really remember making the trip, the trip seems like an illusion. Have you had those experiences?
You may have heard you are what you eat. There is truth in that as well. We become what we make of ourselves. What if you don’t like what you see?
How do you break the bad habits and replace them with new habits that can bring you to new levels of joy in your life. “Even small changes at the root level of belief will produce amazing changes in behavior and performance”, writes Harry Alder. Do you believe that?
Here’s a powerful thought … The only prerequisite is that you must commit to change and when you do the right people will show up to help you. (Canfield, “The power of focus”).
“Believe that life is worth living and your belief will help create the fact.” William James
Where do you start?
Start with a vision. Where do you want your life to go? If you’re not satisfied with the life you have today you do have the power to change it. Look at your habits. Which ones should be changed – really changed? Move the big rocks one inch at a time. Over time, perhaps 3-4 weeks of consistent rock solid behavior you’ll see things change. Your dreams will start to become true.