We are already halfway through February and you feel your business has stalled or those new year resolutions are not working out exactly as planned and you’re tired. After all its supposed to be a clean slate right, a new you.
Its only normal. Obstacles are inevitable and we usually don”t have control over them. But it’s not what happens to us, but how we respond that matters.If you want more happiness and fulfillment, you have to set goals and start making progress towards them.
Remember as the great Zig Ziglar says “A goal properly set is halfway reached”
Here are four ways to get back on track and start living the life you deserve
1. Create an empowering morning routine
A morning routine is the best place to start to change your life. It’s important to establish morning rituals as they set the tone for the day.
2. Be willing to learn
If you want to move past your current situation you have to figure out what it is that is not working. Learn from your mistakes and be thirsty for knowledge.Instead of sitting on that couch feeling sorry for yourself grab a book and learn something different.
When you’re constantly learning you’re constantly growing.
3. Surround yourself with positivity
Saying yes to happiness means saying no to people and things that stress you out. The people you spend most of your time with have a dramatic effect on your mood and performance.
So do you feel happy and energized after spending time with them?
Do you they make you feel like you have what it takes to achieve your goals?
If you feel drained and demotivated by the people around you its time to start setting your boundaries and moving away from negativity
4. Do something radically new!
Its true, we do not heal in the same place we were hurt. Be adventurous and try out your different options. This could something small like having lunch at a new hang out spot or morning yoga. Do something different today and create new experiences.
“If you want to be happy, set a goal that commands your thoughts, liberates your energy and inspires your hopes.”
– Andrew Carnegie