You Can Change Your LIfe, By Changing The Mindset

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When it comes to self-improvement, adopting a positive return habit is the best strategy. It is for this reason that a lot of advice focuses on changing one’s thoughts and habits. Every habit expert, on the other hand, conveniently ignores the disadvantage. In the words of 17th-century English poet John Dryden: Our habits are formed first, and then we are formed by them. The dual nature of this quote is what makes it so enticing to read. It’s easy to see why habits are good for you by reading this quote. As soon as you establish a routine, your habit will take care of itself. Performing an action is no longer a conscious decision. It doesn’t matter if you’re exercising, writing, or simply being grateful. As a cautionary tale, that quote also reveals the dangers. It’s time to ponder it. Are you willing to let go of your sense of self-awareness? You’re no longer in control when your habits dictate your actions. There is nothing you can do about it.

You have the power to alter anything within your sphere of influence.

I’ve come to terms with the fact that the only thing that is certain in life is change. In addition to death and taxes, the only certainty I have is that things will always change. Nothing lasts more than a few days without change. So why don’t you make a change in your lifestyle? It’s counterproductive to get into a routine and never change it. The idea of adopting a particular lifestyle and sticking with it until you die is illogical. Sadly, it’s something that a large majority of us do. It is only Pragmatism that comes close to embracing this formless way of life. A pragmatist examines what works and what doesn’t. A pragmatist is agnostic in all other respects.
I’m constantly changing my mind. I used to think that was a negative thing. The ability to adapt to change is a benefit of having a flexible mindset. And that’s the most significant characteristic of our time. A day can come when your job is no longer relevant. Nobel Prize-winning Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw uttered these words: “Nothing can be changed by those who are unable to change their minds. “Everything that is within your control can be changed. However, if you can’t change your mind, you can’t change anything about yourself. That’s something I constantly remind myself of. I’m constantly questioning whether or not my routines are advancing me or preventing it. In the same way, our skin sheds dead cells, I discard behaviours, skills, and beliefs that no longer serve me in today’s world.

How I came to believe that running and writing were not mutually exclusive activities.

I started running every day a few years ago. When I first started running every day, it took me a while to get used to it mentally and physically. It wasn’t until a few months later that I found my groove. Every week, I noticed an increase in my strength and vitality. But after about a year, I began to suffer from minor ankle and knee sprains and strains. It didn’t mean much, but it didn’t feel right either. As a result, I was constantly engaged in a psychological struggle. The question is, ‘Should I run?’ What about this ankle of mine? “Can I make things worse?” When I started running every day, it began to interfere with my daily routine. I decided to give up on it because I was wasting too much time and effort on it. I’ve been lifting weights regularly for the past two years as part of a regimen to strengthen my entire body. It’s rare that I get out for a run more than once per week. I also go for a walk or a bike ride on the days when I don’t work out. My body has regained its vigour. I also noticed an improvement in the clarity of my thoughts.

In the second example, I’ll talk about writing. The majority of aspiring authors hope to land a contract with a well-known publishing house. Many people consider that to be “making it.” My initial goal was to reach that goal, and I assumed that was what you should do as well.

In contrast, the way that we consume content has dramatically changed over the past few years Paying for content has become more acceptable to us. We prefer to read short, practical, and useful articles, as well as articles that are easy to understand. My goals and mindset have shifted significantly over the last year and a half.
I don’t want a book deal, and I don’t require one. Multiple sources of income and the ability to self-publish your books are advantages that come with being an independent author. Writing short pieces like this one is something I enjoy doing. I’m most grateful to my readers for their feedback on the articles. The most important thing in my life is to focus on that. In the blogging and writing world, a lot has changed. If you don’t change with the times, you will be left behind. This holds true for all of our professional endeavours.

To advance in life, you must be open to new ideas and flexible in your thinking, as stated by Shaw. It’s time to take a closer look at your own situation. What beliefs and habits are no longer serving you?? Determine who they are. Get rid of them after that. Last but not least, swap them out for something that will be beneficial to you.

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