Today I want to talk about letting things slide when we think we can just put something off for tomorrow and then that day we put that thing off and something else off for the next day and we do that day after day, week after week. One thing that we put off ends up being about 50 things that we've put in off in about a few months. The problem with putting things off and letting things slide is that each one of these things are something that we committed to.
Today is about justification when we justify where we're at with all sorts of reasons, when we justify where we want to go, with all sorts of reasons, when we get feedback and we justify why we did something, this behavior keeps us stuck. Justification is in enabling of our stuckness. When we talk about all of the reasons why we are where we're at, it further validates where we're at.
Today is about finding peace when things go wrong, when we feel like our world turns upside down, perhaps that big business deal falls through. We lose a client, our script gets rejected or it gets rejected and we feel like we lost something. It's important to remember that we never had anything that this attachment to something that almost was or once was or could have been is an attachment to something that doesn't exist, and if we can find a piece in what is real now, if we can find peace in all of the things that are real for us, then we can actually turn what's upside down, right side up and see things from a new perspective.
Today I want to talk about how what you avoid runs you. If you are running away from something, if you are avoiding feeling or doing something, you're actually ran by that. What this means is that if you're avoiding rejection, your activities are going to be ran by that avoidance.
Today I want to talk about letting yourself have it. You are inherently worthy of love, of abundance, of wealth, of joy, of happiness, of pleasure. You are inherently worthy and deserving of all of that stuff.
Today I want to talk about choosing than changing. If you are waiting for the circumstances in your life to change before you make a new choice, you're going to be waiting a long time. I grew up with a scarcity mindset and so the way that I would make my choices was based off of my current situation, which was often in lack.
Today I wanted to talk about the dangers of yes men. If you don't know what yes men are, it's essentially the idea of people who never say no. People that always say yes when you ask them for their opinion, so let's say you are working on a project.
Today I want to talk about the phrase, who do you think you are? This is a phrase said by people that knew you or use to know you in a certain way, and as you begin to do something different, as you begin to change, as you begin to step outside of the box that they put you in, we'll say this in order to put you back into it. It's a phrase to use to keep you in line. It's a phrase to prevent you from growing and expanding and changing past their level of comfort.
Today I want to talk about subconscious motivations. The reason you're doing what you're doing is not what you think it is, the motivation, the reason that he driver behind what you're doing in your business, what you're doing in your life, the results you expect to have, the income you're making, how people perceive you, all of these things, these are exponentially more determined by the subconscious than conscious. This is why logic, facts and figures that we just learn from a book and think about consciously don't always have a drastic change in our behavior, feelings and results.
Today I want to talk about the solutions being simple. I look at people who are struggling to figure things out, who are wanting to change something in their life to solve a problem in their business, and they completely overthink things. They don't do any of the work they choose to keep suffering.