We all want power and control over our own lives but sadly most of us just don’t know how to go about getting it. Working hard is a big part of getting where you want to be but your mindset controls everything.
If you’re doing all you feel you should be doing and still feel that you’re lacking somehow, you need to make some changes in your life. Allowing other people to tell you how to feel or letting the world control your steps forward is not going to benefit your own wellbeing in the long-run. Below I am going to go over some of the things you must-do if you want to find the power you deserve over your own life, how many of these do you need to work on?
6 Ways To Finally Get In The Power Position You’ve Been Fighting For:
1. Stop feeding into unproductive thoughts.
Unproductive thoughts should be felt and let go rather than used as fuel for any kind of fire. The more we feed into unproductive thoughts the further behind we end up. If you really want things to change you have to be willing to step out of your own mind and really push yourself.
2. Stop settling in life and in love.
We tend to settle once we think we are where we should be, but we should not be doing that. We should be pushing as hard as we can and going for the goals we set regardless of how hard it is to get to them. Sure, taking a break is fine but settling to the point where you’re closing off your progress is going to ruin everything.
3. Start accepting responsibility for your own emotions.
Stop blaming other people for the way that you feel. You are the one allowing the people and things around you to make you feel how you are feeling. If someone or something is really bringing you down stop being around them/it. This is not as complicated as we tend to make it out to be.
4. Stop wasting energy complaining.
Sure, in the moment complaining feels great but it doesn’t get anything done. The more we complain the less motivated we are to get things done and the further behind we fall. Spend your energy completing the task and you won’t have anything to complain about.
There is nothing wrong with cutting ties with people who are bringing us down. If someone is negatively impacting your life they do not deserve to be around you. If the people in your life aren’t willing to grow with you they should not be with you long-term.
Power comes from being who you truly are and there is nothing wrong with making sure that you are living your own truth. You can be yourself and be accepted by others, the two things are not as disconnected as most believe they are. Your life in itself isn’t going to be very fulfilling if you’re not able to express yourself in the ways you would like to.