Life is what we make it. Cliche but true.
It’s easy to fall back on food, alcohol, social media and a million other things to feel fulfilled in our lives. These things give us something to look forward to… they bring us satisfaction. Even if it’s temporary and empty.
But because these examples are all temporary, the satisfaction is empty. We consume these fillers (aka buffers) and then our brains want that feeling again, so we have to keep seeking. Its creates an endless loop of seek, feel, rest, seek, feel, rest. I get dizzy just thinking about it sometimes. I’m all about the mindless relaxation, just like most other people. That release, that reward. But is it a reward? Or is it a filler that just makes us feel good in that moment?
Creating a life you look forward to each day is a skill. Most of us don’t learn it easily growing up. We make a ton of mistakes along the way (okay, maybe you didn’t, but I sure did).
With each failure, we learn.
This is one of the most valuable things I’ve learned in the last few years.
If we don’t try… we fail ahead of time.
If we only try once to accomplish a goal or a dream then give up… how badly did we truly want it?
Did we believe we could achieve it or were we halfheartedly convincing ourselves that we tried?
In the long run, we’re only letting ourselves down when we fail ahead of time or give up.
Our potential is limitless.
We are worthy (yes, all of us) because we exist.
When you think and believe that you ARE worthy of not only existing and taking up space in this world, but worthy of thriving – what can you imagine for your life?
Once you get to the thought and start to believe it – you become limitless. You can create the best life you can imagine for yourself.
Even though it might feel right now that someone else or something is holding you back…. No one and nothing can hold back your thoughts and beliefs. Only you. YOU are the only barrier to your best self and best life. You are the only thing standing in your way.
Are you ready to imagine your best life? And get started creating it?
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