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At some point in life, you should be done worrying about what others think about you and focus on the things you deeply care about. You don’t need permission or approval to be yourself. We can not live in fear of what other’s think. Step out of your comfort zone.
The world is constantly telling you that everything you are not is what makes you happy. The other persons “great” job, or a new and bigger house etc. Focus on yourself and your dreams.
Once you step outside, your comfort zone, you’ll start to believe in yourself and what you can offer the world, without letting outside influences stop you or sway your decisions.
The more you desperately want to be like someone else, the more unworthy you feel. The more you desperately want to be happier, the lonelier you become, despite the awesome people surrounding you.
In my personal journey of wanting better, I had to cut off people. Hell, I even changed my number. My story:
My life is a story of faith, hope, perseverance, survival, love, heartbreak, compassion, triumphs, and failures. God didn't promise days without pain, laughter, sorrow, sun or rain, but he did promise strength for the day, comfort for the tears, and light for the way. If God brings you to it, He will bring you through it.
I was born and raised in Houston, Texas!! I was raised in a small low income neighborhood near downtown Houston called Fourth Ward. I will never forget where I came from, Fourth Ward, but I just tend to set my mind more on where I’m headed. I have learned that you must think outside of the box to obtain greatness.
As we go through life, it’s easy to get caught up in the status quo. You start to believe that average is acceptable and that since others are settling, then it’s ok to do the same. As soon as you notice this start to happen, something must be done to snap out of it! Because the world needs you to put your gifts to work — we’re in a mess and we need your help. You Can't Please Everyone It's impossible to live up to everyone's expectations.
There will always be people—no matter what we say or how we treat them—that will judge us. Whether you're at the gym, at work, taking the train, or even online playing Call of Duty. Even now it's happening. You will never be able to stop people from judging you, but you can stop it from affecting you. Live Your Best Life!
Step outside of your comfort zone!
Here are 4 keys, to step out of your comfort zone and living your best life.
1.The negative comments someone makes is about them, and not you. ...
2.Be true to yourself. ...
3.This is your one life. ...
4.Remove sources of negativity, immediately. ...
The key to living your best life is facing your fears. Underneath your fears lie great opportunities. Because when you start doing the things that scare you the most, tearing down the invisible barriers that separate you from the good life, you become the person you’ve always dreamed about in your mind: your ideal self. That means finding your courage is a life-changing decision. Fear will always be around to tell you what you can’t do it’s up to you to face your fears and tell yourself that you can.
Too often, we allow fear, worry, and doubt to dominate and define our lives. We allow them to steal our joy, our sleep, and our precious dreams. The 4 keys, to face your fears and live your best life.
You are a winner! Never give up on your Dreams! Face your fears and live your best life!
To live your best life, you must enjoy the little things in life. You enjoy the small victories. Enjoy the little things in life because one day you'll look back and realize they were the big things. Happiness is everywhere you let it be. Small things that happen any given day, or every day. And this is what’s big. To realize it’s there. Mostly up to you. Sometimes it’s the little things in life that make me get out of bed every day, make me enjoy life and make me happy that I am alive.
We’re often bombarded with messages that admonish us: “think big,” “go for the gold,” “climb the ladder of success.” And do all this NOW! Yet when we follow this advice, we’re more apt to feel exhausted, inadequate or both.
When I’m stuck in the grasp of negativity. Because usually I’m worrying about something that ultimately doesn’t matter.
Here is Three Things Enjoy the Little Things:
1.Appreciate that life is made up of moments. We tend to think of life as the passage of days, weeks, years and decades. But, in essence, life is made up of moments. As you reflect on your day, what moments stand out for you? Is it the stress of trying to do it all? Is it the stuff that didn’t get done? Is it the disappointment in yourself for what you forgot to do or failed to do, or a gloomy feeling about how far you are from the top?
2. Be grateful for life. Gratitude means thankfulness, counting your blessings, noticing simple pleasures, and acknowledging everything that you receive. It means learning to live your life as if everything were a miracle and being aware on a continuous basis of how much you’ve been given. Gratitude shifts your focus from what your life lacks to the abundance that is already present.
3. Take time for yourself. Take the trip! What ‘little things’ make you smile? It goes without saying: travel has so many benefits. One of the greatest rewards of travel is taking empowering steps in self-development. Not only are you actively seeing for yourself places and cultures you may only have seen in pictures, but at the same you’re building a myriad of memories that will last a lifetime. The joys of such adventures help you discover things about yourself you may never have realized from the comfort of your home.
If so, it’s time for you to make a shift. Each day, pay attention to at least one or two moments that worked out well for you. Don’t shrug your shoulders and conclude that “it was just a crappy day. Nothing worked out for me.” Even a bad experience has a valuable moment wrapped up inside of it, if only you‘re willing to dig deeper to discover it. Pay attention to what you have done. The constant barrage to “DO more,” “GET more,” and “BE more” negates what you have done, what you have and who you are. It makes you feel deprived. Less than. Not good enough. In this competitive world of ours, we often need to remind ourselves of what we have accomplished. And always, always, we need to remind ourselves to be our best friend.
Live Your Best Life! Its starts with the small things! One day it just clicks! You realize what’s important and what isn’t! Keep living Your Best Life!
Many of us have visions of a better tomorrow, perhaps these visions consist of a future where we will lose weight and get into shape, or quit smoking and drinking, or find a career that we actually love, make more money, read that book, write that book, master that musical instrument, and so forth, all while still finding the time to spend with our families, keep up with friends, and keep our house clean and organized. Whatever your vision may be, ask yourself: What are you waiting for? Make your time here on earth count!
Here are 3 key steps to Live Your Best Life…Your time is limited, don’t waste it living someone else’s life. For the next we will focus on Live Your Best Life!Don’t be trapped by, living the result of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinion drown your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition, they somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.
1.Live every day on a fresh new start. Don’t be held back by what happened yesterday, the day before, the week before, the year before, or even decades ago. Life is short, so live in the present moment. Take the trip! Enjoy life! Take time for yourself.
2.Create your own opportunities. You can wait for opportunities. Or you can go out there and create your own opportunities. The latter is definite and much more empowering.
3.Last but not least: Love life. I find living to be a fascinating experience. How we’re all on earth with millions of species, 30,000 different life forms, and over 7 billion people, and everyone is thriving in their own way, existing, co-existing, and co-creating. There’s so much we don’t know out there and so much to be experienced that it’s just wonderful. As you live on earth, remember to love life. It’s the only way we have to live.
For the month of April we focus on the topic Live Your Best Life, we will focus on living your best life! Why, because your time here on earth is limited! So enjoy life and live to the fullest! Now, go on out there and LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE.
Love you to the moon + back,