26 Oct 8 ways to take charge of your life!
Happiness is partly about accepting the realities of the word…good and bad.
But happiness is also taking charge of that which can be changed and controlled!
So today, in the interests of creating more happiness and better lives, I’m happy to share with you 8 powerful ways to take charge of your life…
via Pick The Brain by Joseph Chukwube
Quite a lot of people have, at one time or another, found themselves at the last rung of the ladder.
If you do a random sampling, you will find out that a lot of people have passed through this stage of life.
While some decided to resign to fate, others felt they must put in a fight to effect a change in their fortunes.
The fact is that we can fall at any point in our life but what makes the difference and what determines the type of stuff you are made of is whether or not you are able to pick yourself up, dust your butt, and tell yourself “I’m going to give it a resounding whack.”
If for any reason you are struggling to pick yourself up and take charge of your life, the following 8 effective ways come in handy as the magic wand you have been waiting for.
1. Avoid detractors
As someone striving to stand back on their feet, this is the very first thing you should do.
Detractors are the people who originally wanted you to be in that situation. They are a total bunch of no-gooders
They prefer to have you laze about with them. They practically have no goal in life and you will only end up being miserable in their midst.
2. People already walked the path, Pick a role model
Now that you have decided to take charge, it will make a very big step in the right direction if you have a role model. This is somebody you may like to fashion your life after.
Incidentally, there are thousands of people who have made it starting from the scratch. You may even discover that what you experienced was more of a stumble when you come across some of the successful individuals who call the shots today.
3. Don’t just work, Map out your goals
Goals and targets put a spirit of competition into all you do. You must have a yardstick to measure how far you are going about accomplishing what you have set out to do.
You will be charged up to do more once you realize that you are not meeting up with your target.
“Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.” – Tony Robbins
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