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There are many things that people do everyday that keep them from achieving their dreams. They may seem like small distractions, but when they are added up over the course of a day or lifetime. Much of the time the things in our lives that are limiting us are things that we are doing to ourselves and there are ways to stop this behavior.

• Stop negative self talk. If you are constantly putting yourself down or telling yourself that you are not good enough you need to stop this behavior. You should be your own best friend and cheerleader. Replace that negative talk with positive mantras. Tell yourself each and every morning how strong and capable you really are. Anytime you start to feel your resolve weaken, repeat your mantra to yourself over and over until you believe it.

• Make time for the things that are important to you. Only you can schedule the activities that will get you to your goals into your day. Make them just as high of a priority as any other appointment. Put them in your weekly schedule and hold yourself accountable for working on your goals during those times.

• If you do not have a weekly schedule, it may be time to start keeping one. Scheduling your time one day at a time is too short sided and scheduling a month in advance is too inflexible. This makes weekly scheduling idea. Use different color highlighters for different types of activities. Use on color for work, one color for family time, another for goal time.

• Decide what is really important. There may be times when you have to say no. When people ask you to commit to things that you do not want to do, it is time to find a way to politely say no. This can free you to pursue your goals.

Published by @INeedMotivation

6 Comments

  1. I’ve found the most important factor in my accomplish what I want to accomplish is just fighting with my own laziness. You need to be able to force yourself to do what’s important, even if it’s not enjoyable. Everyday you hear people talk about some cool idea they want to do or “if someone did X, they’d be rich” but then never do it. You need to draw a line in the sand and just do it without making excuses.

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  2. I’ve found the most important factor in my accomplish what I want to accomplish is just fighting with my own laziness. You need to be able to force yourself to do what’s important, even if it’s not enjoyable. Everyday you hear people talk about some cool idea they want to do or “if someone did X, they’d be rich” but then never do it. You need to draw a line in the sand and just do it without making excuses.

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  3. Hi there Mr. or Mrs. “guest writer”. Anyone following their true passion in life would have to agree wholeheartedly with your good advice. As one of those lucky folks following their Bliss myself, I’d like to share something about your last point….concerning priorities. There are two ways of deciding what’s important. The first I call “intellectual”. Faced with a million things to do, we can rank them using our smarts and experience, making sure we do first things first. But what if our life’s passion isn’t amongst them? What if we just can’t find something we’re drop-dead passionate about? It won’t really matter what we do first or last. We just won’t have anything to put heart and soul into. In this case we have to learn how to let our HEART tell us what’s important….not our brain. We’ll have to learn the Art of Being ourselves. Not an easy thing of course, but it CAN be done. Thanks again for your tips. Cheers. John Duffield

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  4. Hi there Mr. or Mrs. “guest writer”. Anyone following their true passion in life would have to agree wholeheartedly with your good advice. As one of those lucky folks following their Bliss myself, I’d like to share something about your last point….concerning priorities. There are two ways of deciding what’s important. The first I call “intellectual”. Faced with a million things to do, we can rank them using our smarts and experience, making sure we do first things first. But what if our life’s passion isn’t amongst them? What if we just can’t find something we’re drop-dead passionate about? It won’t really matter what we do first or last. We just won’t have anything to put heart and soul into. In this case we have to learn how to let our HEART tell us what’s important….not our brain. We’ll have to learn the Art of Being ourselves. Not an easy thing of course, but it CAN be done. Thanks again for your tips. Cheers. John Duffield

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  5. Yes I feel that these messages are so truthful in their honesty and that we all must need to give ourselves a great big pep talk for inspiring our owns selves when others can’t or won’t or can’t even pep-talk for themselves. A lot of folks out there will put you down and say you can’t do, won;t even begin to try. The only thing they know of and can achieve is to be chilled by others and down-putting themselves into a nonsensical kind of morbid thought process which has no bearing on reality.

    Maybe they themselves were told those things and likewise followed that path—–but is mostly a path leading to their ow

    n destruction. They are the naysayers, the non-believers who through their own distrust of themselves and of failure, will never put their two feet first and at least just try.

    You know you are different. You have the higher power to at least make a beginning.

    And then if you should fail, they pick yourself right up and try, try, try again.

    After numerous attempts at failure, there is always bound to be a success.

    If you keep telling yourself, I will do this, no matter how hard, no matter how long, and I know I will succeed. And others will also believe in you and be inspired by your accomplishments enough to put them inot practise for themselves as well as for others. Thanks all and take care til next time, happy motivating…….

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  6. Yes I feel that these messages are so truthful in their honesty and that we all must need to give ourselves a great big pep talk for inspiring our owns selves when others can’t or won’t or can’t even pep-talk for themselves. A lot of folks out there will put you down and say you can’t do, won;t even begin to try. The only thing they know of and can achieve is to be chilled by others and down-putting themselves into a nonsensical kind of morbid thought process which has no bearing on reality.

    Maybe they themselves were told those things and likewise followed that path—–but is mostly a path leading to their ow

    n destruction. They are the naysayers, the non-believers who through their own distrust of themselves and of failure, will never put their two feet first and at least just try.

    You know you are different. You have the higher power to at least make a beginning.

    And then if you should fail, they pick yourself right up and try, try, try again.

    After numerous attempts at failure, there is always bound to be a success.

    If you keep telling yourself, I will do this, no matter how hard, no matter how long, and I know I will succeed. And others will also believe in you and be inspired by your accomplishments enough to put them inot practise for themselves as well as for others. Thanks all and take care til next time, happy motivating…….

    Reply

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