In some previous posts, I’ve addressed the topics of dreaming big and fighting for our dreams. Recently, I’ve become aware that my pursuit of dreams was hindered by roadblocks. I have goals, but it seems doubtful that I’ll make it. Perhaps the reason is that I won’t reach them if nothing changes.
Whether your own goals are to achieve financial or professional success, or to recover from depression or other mental health difficulty, or whatever they may be, you are likely hindered by a road block. These road blocks, unfortunately, are usually not so evident. They can seem harmless: the types of books you read, to company you surround yourself with, a comfortable under-stimulating lifestyle, etc.
My recommendation is to start by making small, concrete changes that will give you a nudge towards your goal. If you want to achieve your goals, seek advice or read literature by those who’ve achieved similar goals before you. If you feel there’s a part of your daily routine that doesn’t help you grow personally or draw closer to your goal, then perhaps a small change is in order.
You don’t have to revamp your life, just be open to change. If the change is uncomfortable, keep in mind that it’s helping you move forward. If you feel like you’re losing something, keep in mind that something greater is coming your way.
Be a light to your world today!
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