In this week’s blog, I want to discuss why staying on point and not
giving up too quickly will make it far more likely for you to succeed.
There will be times where things will feel tough, so your brain will try and manage that stress, anxiety and tension.
The way it does this is to offset that emotion by doing something else. As soon as that becomes a habit, then whenever something gets difficult, you will procrastinate instead of overcoming the pressure and carrying on.
This is why it is so important to not only plan what you need to do but also accept that it is OK to adapt and learn.
Offset your Feelings
Learning this will help you to feel able to offset and use your difficult feelings in a productive way, rather than just picking up the TV remote, your phone, or doing anything else except that important task.
That might seem odd to you, to use and accept those emotions, but really those feelings are trying to help you make the right decisions in life.
And if you have always been told to just be happy and distance yourself, then you will find yourself giving up most of the time to avoid dealing with them.
Know that you have what it takes to adapt when things don’t go right and also feel centred and in control when you feel stress or boredom in your life.
You Have What it Takes
If you take nothing else from my videos and blogs, know that you do have what it takes to be successful.
Keep adapting, learning, stay on point, learn to deal with stress, keep on going and eventually you will get what you want from your life.
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