As we navigate through life, we learn and unlearn certain behaviors and attitudes. Some are good for us, some not so much. Self-awareness is critical as it allows you to look deep within you to figure out some of the things heavy on your heart.
Self-awareness allowed me to change my life and I started experiencing happiness. From 2008-2011 I went through severe depression and I was broken, physically, mentally, and financially – after the economy crashed.
I was so unhappy with my life, and like many people, I ignored the things that made me unhappy. I thought that things would just get better over time just because, but boy was I wrong.
One day I sat down and looked at my REALITY, I realized that for things to change I had to change my approach. I had to accept the fact that I would keep getting what I was getting if I kept doing what I was doing.
I couldn’t wait for things to happen, I had to make things happen. Then I started making small changes consistently over time.
In real life, like attracts like, and if you want to be happy and accomplished, you need to surround yourself with opportunities and people who have the same vision.
So, I accepted new challenges, became open to new opportunities, and surrounded myself with people that were doing what I wanted to do in life. Fast forward and now happy, healthier, and feeling great about the future!!
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Friend, one thing I've learned is that you have to understand that your destiny is in your hands. If you do everything you can to be happy and fulfilled, you will have no regrets regardless of the outcome.
The regrets, sadness, and depression will come about if you look back and blame yourself for lapses you shouldn't have allowed.
The first step toward change is self-awareness, the second step is acceptance. Use this information to change your life starting today.
Over to you, what are some changes you’ve made to improve your life? Share it in the comment section below. The more people we help the better off we’ll all become.