“Whether you think you can or you can’t you are right”
Think back to the last time you failed. This requires you to admit to failure.
Maybe you started a business that didn’t survive the first year.
Can it be your relationship with your children, it hit a rocky patch that you didn’t know how to navigate.
Or you tried a new career field and found it much more difficult than you imagined.
How did it make you feel?
Yes, everyone is disappointed when confronted with a lack of success. But what was your feeling in the next moment?
Did you say to yourself, “I just don’t have a mind for business” or were you inspired to attend more entrepreneurial workshops to educate yourself?
Is this what you are thinking, “I am not a natural at parenting,” or did you decide to try a new tactic you hadn’t before?
Did you say, “I guess I’m just no good at this new field; I should go back to what I was doing,” or did you seek out new mentors to help you find your way?
Did you shrug and figure that you just don’t have a talent for whatever you were attempting, or did you see it as an opportunity for growth?
“Success will be in your reach only when you reach it”
There are two basic mindsets that people have about their talents, their abilities, and their smarts.
One mindset leads to success. The other leads to being stuck in poverty and stagnating in your life while others succeed.
“You cannot use the same brain that got you into trouble to get you out of trouble.”
What you need to do every time you are in trouble is to change your thoughts? Your response to failure or to seemingly impossible obstacles will tell you which dominates your thinking.
There is power in what you believe about yourself. If you feel like you’re stuck, like you’re not succeeding, then it’s time to examine just what your mindset is.
Good Luck in changing your mindset
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