A journey of a thousand miles starts with but a single step. That to me is to write simple tasks for me to accomplish such as send an email that I have been putting off, Working on reports immediately i’m done with a patient, fill my gel bottles, wash the dishes and so on and so forth. By the way, as a result of this little actions, I have been able to land a new job interview
It is not an understatement to say that I actually feel a tad better about myself. I need to start applying this to my endeavor and crush it-as the saying goes. I just found that little section that I had over looked and will delve into those systems. There in lies our family freedom.
To stave off fear and doubt, take action, keep pushing and keep thinking positively.
Good Morning y’all!!!!
In this journey from my mediocrity, I have found that the one thing that has played a major part in my getting of poor results has been my incredible ability to procrastinate. And my being newly aware of this psychological deficit would be akin to a crackhead trying to get over crack.
You know that to get better results you have to take action but the desire to do other less important things or put off the important things is just overwhelming-or that much more nagging than the other important but much more subtle stuff.
The advice that has been given by so many in so many ways comes down to this one simple thing:- Do and accomplish small things first. This will start conditioning the MIND to experience finishing/accomplishing something good and produce dopamine.
This I have started doing and i am feeling better as I go along and I have the urge to ramp it up but based on previous experience, I will probably burn out and lose interest. As such-and this has worked marvelously for me before, I shall pace myself and accomplish little things until it becomes a positive habit in about 21 days (according to PsychoCybernetics).
Getting out of this comfort zone will not be easy and never has been easy for anyone and the only way I can think of to not go through this discomfort again is to ALWAYS STAY OUT OF THE COMFORT ZONE!!
I now have to set up my choppily account
To he who reads this, I wish you all the best.
I really was born rich but did not know this or really understand this up until it was explained to me on August 6 2016 by Bob Proctor and John Canary in their audio/video book “You Were Born Rich”.
You see, I found this video on Youtube purely by accident while pawing through videos with no real particular goal in mind, but after a few minutes, I was hooked and therefore committed to watching and listening it over and over and over again until I accomplished something positive in my life!
To really understand where i’m coming from, you must understand that I was working 162 miles away from home in Santa Barbara, and sometimes because of the fatigue, I sometimes just slept in the car and worked out at a nasty ass 24hr fitness just so that I may shower-which later became the norm. Even though I had a wife and child at home, I felt like a visitor, the marriage was on the rocks and the weekends were never enough to accomplish much in the way of relationship building. Concentration was poor to even pursue my own interests, I was lazy and full of excuses, It was a pitiful existence I now admit!!!
The ideas espoused in the book “You were Born Rich” I understood immediately and even more so the more I watched this video over and over and over again. I came to understand why I was never truly accomplishing much or really succeeding in any particular thing and the main reasons were:
- I never had a goal– was just blowing with the wind
- I rarely too action-i assumed that things would happen automatically
- and never really persevered-i gave up too quickly-a quitter i was.
So, to put these ideas to the test, I made the commitment to find a new job much closer to home. I made this decision at the end of February 2017 that my the end of March, I will have found a new job. I FOUND A NEW JOB BY MID APRIL. The ideas in this book DO work.
The drive from Santa Barbara to Riverside was a long drive and having this particular audio book (because I do have it in that format as well) playing for the three to four hour drive became very very helpful because there were no other distractions.
Things have really looked up since the happy accident of having found this book.
In my quest to reinvent myself, I have since invested in a few audio books, these being
- You were Born Rich
- The strangest secret
- The magic of thinking big
- As a man thinketh
- Overcoming procrastination
- Your Invisible Power
- Think and grow rich
Additionally, I have successfully if not entirely tuned out Talk radio so that my mind is that much more receptive to the new ideas espoused in the above named books. My reasoning for doing this seems to make sense in that I am using the same format to learn.
I cannot afford to use my “listening and learning parts” of my brain for both talk radio and learning new material. Something has got to give otherwise, there will be confusion.
Considering that it now takes me 45 minutes to get to work, those are minutes i can dedicate to learning and reinforcing this positive material into my MIND up until this new level of consciousness is all I can sustain.
At the same time, I have to implement some ACTION to go along with these new ideas and that is where I am having a few hiccups. I just started listening the number five book named above so that I may overcome this negative part of my behavior and I see now that it might be a little bit of a challenge!!
I cannot afford to give up because I will still be stuck at the starting line and therefore defeating the whole point of this exercise. Growing is painful and gainful.
Now I shall go and set up shopify as per the advice and see what comes of it. Thank goodness that I am not working tomorrow so that I may continue on this here and also May Peace come to families that lost their loved ones in that Las Vegas shooting on October 1st. May it never happen again.
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