If you want to be the best version of yourself, keep mental and physical clutter to a minimum. If not cleared away at onset, it builds up. It’s great to free up mental and physical space, but be sure you have something positive to put in its place.
In the end, success is a mindset. You set the standards for you. Don’t get too far ahead of yourself, and don’t expect to have everything figured out. Do your best today, and success will come tomorrow. One step may seem insignificant today. Many small steps have the power to change tomorrow. Live in the moment, vision in sight. Keep your feet on the ground, yet reach for the sky.
Although it’s great to get responses from others, confidence needs to come from within. If your inspiring words made a difference in just one person’s life, a post with as few as one or two likes was a win. Don’t wait for praise or approval from others. You are your own best advocate. Do it for you. Inspire yourself to action.
Have you ever felt like you were running on a treadmill with no destination in sight? You couldn’t even remember what you had done that day, let alone the day or week prior. One thing was for sure, you felt exhausted and drained. Life will always be like running on a treadmill without a clear destination. It’s only by pursuing your purpose that you’ll ever feel the satisfaction that a marathon runner feels after completing a race.
Although negative thoughts and emotions may still come, you don’t have to receive or acknowledge them as truth. You can choose your thoughts and shift your focus. Once the mental and physical clutter is cleared away, there’s going to be empty space. You need to be prepared to put something in its place. While freeing up space is excellent, be sure that you have something positive to fill it with.