26 Sep If you’re struggling to change you might need to stop telling yourself these 10 lies!
If you keep on doing what you've always done, you'll keep on getting what you've always got.
Alternatively, if you want something you've never had (e.g. more happiness and/or success)…you need to do something you've never done!
Happiness and success in life are most definitely possible; but for many, they require making life changes. And changing is not always easy, especially if you're telling yourself any or all of these 10 lies…
by Megan Olson from LifeHack
Making changes in life is something people often make excuses for. However, letting those excuses prevent you from making important changes can impact you in negative ways. It’s time to uncross those fingers behind your back and be honest with yourself. Here are 10 common lies to stop telling yourself, and what you can do instead.
1. I’m not him/her
People tend to compare themselves to others who have already made the change they are contemplating. This can affect the way you perceive yourself and your outcome. It also won’t help you to achieve your goal. Rather, try to think of who you are comparing yourself to as proof that it can be done. Have the “If they can do it, so can I” mentality.
2. I’m comfortable with what I have or where I am in life
That’s great, but don’t let this prevent you from making a life change. If you were comfortable in this stage of life, then you can be comfortable in the next. Instead, try to think, “I’m comfortable here, so let me push myself to be comfortable doing something else.” This will also allow you to expand your horizons.
3. I can do it later
Procrastination is the killer of ambition. It’s that simple. This lie can affect you by allowing you to put it off over and over again. Whenever you start to use this excuse think, “I can do it now!” Why not get it done now and move on to the next thing life will surely throw at you?
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