Shift Your Mindset

Are you holding yourself back? Don't get me wrong. It's not that you're unambitious or lazy. I know for a fact that you are working hard toward your goals. What I'm questioning is the subconscious thoughts running through your mind. The ones that hold you back from taking those big steps toward your dreams. 'I'll never be able to do that or 'Who am I to do this?' These are key thoughts for holding you back in life and your career. New Release September 30, 2022 Get yourself a copy!


Action cures fear.

Fear is a part of life. It's something that we all face, and it can be paralyzing. But it's also just a feeling, and feelings are nothing more than thoughts that have taken on the power of reality.

What does this mean? It means that your feelings about fear don't actually have any more power over you than the thoughts in your head do. The only way to change how you feel about something is by changing how you think about it—and that starts with action.

So today, when fear tries to rear its ugly head, ask yourself: what do I need to do right now? Then do it! Don't let fear stop you from getting into bed at night and saying "goodnight" to your loved ones or from going on that job interview or ordering a slice of pizza for lunch because hey—who doesn't love pizza? Do what you need to do in order to live your life fully without fear holding you back!


You can't get anywhere if you're not willing to make a few mistakes.

Stop trying to be perfect! You're not perfect, and you never will be. We all make mistakes, and that's not a bad thing. It's actually a great thing because it means you're trying new things and learning from your experiences—and even if it doesn't work out the way you hope, it still means that you tried!

Don't let fear stop you from doing what needs to be done. Instead of thinking about everything that could go wrong (which is all too easy to do), try focusing on what could go right instead. Remember: You can't get anywhere if you're not willing to make a few mistakes.


The only ones among you who will be really happy are those who will have sought and found how to serve.

The only ones among you who will be really happy are those who will have sought and found how to serve.

If you want to be happy, forget about yourself. Forget about your personal interests and desires, your worries and troubles, the things you lack or the things that are wrong with your life. Forget about all that. Instead, go out into the world and find someone who needs help—someone who is sick or hungry or lonely—and then give them what they need.

If you spend every day of your life trying to make yourself happy by getting more money, more recognition, more power, more of whatever it is that will make you feel good about yourself… well then, I'm sorry to tell you this: You're going to fail. It's all a lie!

I know it sounds crazy; I know it sounds impossible; but if you really want to be happy, then put down this book right now and go out into the world and find someone who needs help—someone who is sick or hungry or lonely—and then give them what they need.

If you don't take risks, you'll have a wasted soul.

Don't be afraid to take risks.

You can't live a full life if you don't take any risks. If you always play it safe, you'll never know the joy of being alive.

You have to take risks—and that includes taking chances on things that might not work out in the end. It's better to try and fail than to never try at all, because then you'll never know what could have been, or how much better off your life would be if you had just taken one small risk.

So don't be afraid of failure—it's a part of life!


You can't live a full life if you don't take any risks. If you always play it safe, you'll never know the joy of being alive.

You can't live a full life if you don't take any risks. If you always play it safe, you'll never know the joy of being alive.

The key to living life to its fullest potential is to get out there and try new things. If you're not willing to risk failure, then how are you ever going to know what success feels like?

You might fail at something, but that doesn't mean it was a mistake—it just means that you didn't give it your best shot. And even if things don't work out exactly as planned… well, guess what? That's okay! Because now you have an opportunity to learn from what didn't work before and try again until it does work out.

So go ahead: take that risk! It'll be worth it in the end when you look back on all the things you've done and all the people who helped make them happen.


So don't be afraid of failure—it's a part of life!

Failure is a part of life. So don't be afraid of it!

You've probably heard that phrase before, but what does it mean? It means that failure isn't something to fear. Rather, it's something to embrace—and even expect!

Failure is a natural part of life because we're all human beings with minds and bodies that are constantly changing. As our minds change and grow, so do our bodies and our ability to think creatively. This means that sometimes the things we were able to accomplish yesterday will become more challenging today—and tomorrow's tasks may seem impossible! But if we can embrace these changes as normal parts of being human, then we'll be better equipped to handle them when they arise.

For example: after many years of writing papers by hand, you may decide that you want to start using a computer instead—but it turns out you don't know how to use one very well (yet). This could be frustrating at first because you feel like your old writing methods were easier than learning how to use technology—but after some time and practice with computers (and maybe even an app or two), your typing skills will improve dramatically—and so


Every day may not be good, but there's something good in every day.

Today is a day to celebrate.

In fact, every day is a day to celebrate. It's not always easy to find the good in each one of them, but there's something good in every day—even when it feels like you're stuck in the mud or drowning in your own tears. You just have to look for it!

So today, why not try looking for something positive? You might be surprised at how much more positive things become when you start looking for the good. And even if nothing comes up right away, keep at it. Eventually, you'll see something that makes you smile or feel happy or proud of yourself.

And then once you've found one thing, why not keep going? Keep looking until you find two things… or three… or four… Until eventually there are so many great things happening in your life that it's hard to keep track of them all!

And then one day, without even realizing it happened… You'll realize that life isn't half bad after all!


Dream as if you'll live forever. Live as if you'll die today

In life, you have two choices: you can either dream as if you'll live forever, or live as if you'll die today.


If you dream as if you'll live forever, then your dreams will never be at risk of being crushed by the realities of your situation. You'll always have something to look forward to, and something to aspire to. Your dreams will be limitless and without boundaries.


But if you live as if you'll die today, then your life becomes a constant struggle against death—and that's not a healthy way to go through life. You'll never be able to enjoy the fruits of your labor or feel proud of what you've accomplished because the fear of death will always loom over every moment and every interaction with others.


So which is better? Dreaming as if we're immortal beings who can achieve anything, or living like there's no tomorrow?

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