2. Stop worrying about the competition. Drive your business forward by following your purpose. Your competition isn’t against other people but against your own ability and potential.
3. People who are constantly bringing you down. Surround yourself with people who are positive and create an environment that helps you grow, be inspired and have the courage to tap into your own creative genius. Who you allow to speak into your life will affect the way you think, and subsequently, your behaviour and success. Rid yourself of people that criticise and speak ill of you. Pay no attention to these dream killers.
4. We waste emotional energy on old, unresolved pain. We judge our pain and believe we are not entitled to it, because the event occurred such a long time ago. It’s important to acknowledge the past pain, open the wound so the healing can begin and clear the emotional space for lighter, happier feelings. You might need counselling or just a heart to heart with a trusted friend. Make an appointment and let the healing begin.
5. Doubting and second-guessing yourself. Take a look at the root cause of your dissatisfaction and address why you invalidate your own choices. Learn to trust yourself to make good decisions. Don’t let the fear of making a mistake stop you from gaining new experiences. Keep a “proof” journal, where you record all the instances from your past where you have made good choices that has brought you happiness. This is your irrefutable proof that you have the ability to make forward-propelling decisions.
Remember “Breaks lead to breakthroughs” – Mark Sephton