I’ve got a question for you today. How are those new year’s resolutions going? We all say, “new year, new me,” when in reality it’s more like, “new year, same problems.” Ask yourself why you made your resolutions in the first place. You have to change your thoughts in order to change your actions.
Tip To Take Away
Whenever we start to move forward and to change something, that is unfamiliar to us and a lot of times that is what holds us back; the fear of the unknown. Here’s something that might help you.
Act and see yourself as if you were already in possession of what you want.
That’s worth reading two or three times because, if you’re not careful, you’ll pass right over the depth of that statement. Einstein had carved in the corner of his desk “imagination is more powerful than knowledge.” So, it makes sense that if you see yourself in possession of what you want, you are using your imagination to make a new reality. Begin to see that in a real light, as something just as solid and tangible as the chair you’re sitting in. That’s how everything was made in the first place, in the imagination of the right person at the right time.
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