Six Signs it’s Time to Change Your Mindset

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As I promised you yesterday, I have provided six signs that it is time for you to change your mindset.

  1. You always focus on failure instead of succeeding. You feel angry and disappointed over every failure without celebrating your success. You constantly see yourself as a failure, unconsciously sending negative messages to your mind that you will fail at whatever you try to accomplish. Instead: Keep a success diary acknowledging every success each day, no matter how small.
  • You have a victim mentality. You’ve been a victim of bad experiences or hurt by others you love. Or you were traumatized from some event. You’re still holding onto those moments. Instead: Forgive and let go of the past.
  • You have social media envy. You see other people’s unnatural glamorous lifestyles online, making you feel worse about yourself. You devalue what you have. You focus on what you don’t have or aren’t doing. Instead: Think about what you have and show gratitude for it. There are billions of people on this planet, and at least a billion would love your life.
  • You see work as a chore. You dread going to work, complain about doing the work, or feel like it’s a burden. Instead, view your job as a means of providing value to others and as having an impact on you and others around you. Being able to work allows you to contribute to society.
  • You obsess about things you can’t control or change. You complain about what you can’t control, like the weather, government, traffic, and other people. Your mind stays filled with everything you don’t like rather than what you can control, which is yourself. Identify how you can change and manage your actions and thoughts to make the experience more positive. Stop complaining and start taking steps that will bring you incredible accomplishment and abundance.
  • You lack gratitude for what you have. You focus on what is wrong with things, the world, or the inadequacies in yourself and others. Instead, acknowledge that no one is perfect, and everyone learns lessons as they go. Focus on identifying the positive things you are grateful for every day.

When you realize that you rarely feel happy and content because of a negative mindset, you know it’s time to change your mindset to feel better about yourself and attract more abundance into your life.

Until next time, stay safe, and keep the faith.

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