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Question of the Week
One – last week’s results.
Last week, I asked you to choose one of the below situations that sounded most like you. I also mentioned I would recommend a specific book based on your response. Find those recommendations below.
If you struggle to achieve your goals, read Atomic Habits by James Clear. You can only achieve your goals if you have a system of good habits in place. Your goals will remain as words until you build a system that supports them.
If you struggle to trust the flow of life, read The Surrender Experiment by Michael A. Singer. Truthfully, this was the first self-help book I read where I experience a drastic perspective shift in my life. I often credit it as the first book that changed my life.
If you struggle with your imperfections, read The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown. This book will teach you to embrace who you are.
This is a simple hack I use to overcome negative thoughts and find positives in any situation.
When something happens, whether it causes a setback or step forward, it informs you to do something.
If you experience a setback, instead of becoming a victim of negativity, ask yourself, what information is this giving me? How is it asking me to adapt? What is it teaching me to better my current situation or life?
Looking at everything as information can help you find positives in any situation in life.
Growth requires change, and change requires openness. If you want to consistently grow and develop as an individual, let openness become a guiding principle in your life.
If you feel unexcited to wake up for life, it’s not because you don’t deserve a life you look forward to but because you don’t understand what brings you satisfaction and fulfillment. When we understand exactly what brings us fulfillment, we tend to be more excited about our days.
The most direct way to do this is to find both your purpose and passions.