You Can Only Change Your Life By What You Do

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If you want to take control, you can.

It is not a matter of when you will be ready. You have always been ready; you just don’t want to take the lead of your own life.

You often wonder why things are not happening in the way you expect them to or the way you think they should. Yet you keep doing the same thing expecting a different result.

If only you are willing to change, your life would change drastically as well.

For example, if you want to lose weight, what do you do? Do you exercise or diet or do both, instead of being sedentary? To be successful, do you work hard or do you keep wondering why you aren’t successful while your friends are slaying everything they do?

It really is a matter of perspective and how willing you are to embrace change and to alter your daily habits for the better.

Think carefully about what you want to happen and accomplish. If you think you are not doing enough, make a change. Believe me; you would know.

Read below article from Upworthy. In knowing what you want and by accepting change, that is when it all truly begins.

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How changing what I did every day changed my life.

I’ve learned that if my days aren’t solid, my life won’t be solid.

When I don’t act in accordance with my values and goals every day, I’m internally conflicted in my life.

You are the only one who can define happiness and success for yourself, and your ideal day should be based on what you imagine as “the good life.”

Most of us can be in almost complete control of how we spend our time. 

In fact, research shows that when our goals are specific (day to day), intrinsically motivating (things we care about), and time-bound (on a deadline), we’re more likely to keep going until we succeed.

It’s completely possible to become the person you want to be, but it starts with today.

–by Benjamin Hardy

To read the full text, please go to Upworthy.

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