1. Everything is possible:-
The finding is simple, and yet difficult enough to believe at first. We are so formatted to spend our lives in a jar that we set ourselves our biggest limits: I cannot, I do not have the time. But once these false excuses are out of date (we will see how!), There is an unsuspected quantity of achievable things.
2. Everything is really possible:-
Read the first point as many times as necessary:-
3. Your actions can have a lot more impact than you suppose:-
Too often we underestimate the importance of our actions. We are the head on the handlebars to carry out our tasks, without worrying about their potential aura, as if we lived in a vacuum.
We also believe that a single person cannot tell the difference. Yet, if you are looking for examples of actions that have been important in your life – both around the people around you and the ‘famous’ people – you will find that the difference is often one individual. Think about it. Not a group, 1 individual. So be that person. Whether you just want to donate your blood, invest in your son’s school, or start a charity action to help the homeless, whatever the path, but take action.
4. Defining your goals is a pleasant first step: it gives the satisfaction of having advanced in your life:-
Without trajectory, the road is difficult. We know it for studies, we are convinced when we drive, and yet, we forget for the most important: our life. You can already have your goals in mind, or you can – like me some time ago – start from scratch. Whatever. [mark color = “lightgreen”] You will see that this 1st step is exhilaratinlifeg [/ mark]. Take a paper, open the notebook of your computer, as you wish, and start your wish list. From your short-term tasks to your bucket list: dream, write, and … remember point 1
Focus on what matters to you:-
Once the goal is set, it is much easier to focus on what matters. We know where we want to go, we know our priorities, and we organize to focus only on them: spend time with his family, focus on his passion, build his project, etc.
Dedicate our life to what we love, and no longer miss important points, it’s rather reassuring, right?
6. Minor change, major impact:-
Change in our life often starts with 1 simple action. That’s what I recommend: change one at a time, to integrate it well.
This action – and all the more so this first action – however minor it may be, will infuse your life with this extraordinary character. Whether you start writing your bucket list, changing your sleep pattern, changing diets, or planning a trip … trust me, your first action will have a lot more impact on you than you think.
Now it is true that some people never change and it’s because they don’t like change and afraid of change but you are not like them. So, forget about everything and start living for yourself
7. Find the passion:-
Children live only by passion. Teenagers too. [mark color = “light green”] This engine makes us live and vibrate [/ mark]. Remember in. And yet, as an adult, he tends to disappear spontaneously from our lives, driven by the regularity, work, and various ‘issues’ of adult life.
But if passion makes us live, why deprive ourselves? I propose to organize you to put back your passions, your passion, in your life. Remember what you put goose bumps. Let’s go.
8. Give yourself some time:-
Time is a rare commodity. We have few, and yet it is we who organize it. Bad, often. There are simple organizational methods to free up the time needed to complete our projects. Finding some free time is one of the simplest and most liberating things.
9. Get rid of what pollutes our minds:-
An important part of your thoughts may be “polluting” ideas: remembering something, thinking about doing it on Tuesday, moving to that place, …. “I have to,” “must,” and so on. These points clutter our minds and prevent us from seeing our goals clearly. In fact, these points are the best excuse for not achieving our goals. We will overcome them because they are not them, the real life. These are some common teenage problems teens face today but when you try to get rid of such thought coming to your mind, you move to maturity.
10. You are the sole decision maker:-
Here is the 10th point. Yours. You can read these lines without making the decision to change your life. You can wait. And yet, in the end, [mark color = “lightgreen”] only one person [/ mark] can begin these changes: you.
You can interact with other people, gather the advantages and disadvantages, the testimonies of others, but you are the only driver of your life. It’s a big responsibility, but it’s at least as big a freedom.