Are you stuck?
Are you focusing on what didn’t work out in life?
Isn’t it time you stopped reliving your disappointment?
If you answered “yes” then today is your day. Begin moving forward by identifying ONE thing you want to change in your life. Keep in mind, it has to be something Y-O-U have control over – you can’t change the past, you can’t change a person.
What do you have control over? You have control over your own attitude and response to things in your life. You have control over your actions.
Write down what you want to change in your life and place it somewhere you can view it every day, ideally a place where you can view it multiple times a day. Try writing it on a piece of paper and take a photo of it. Upload it to your phone as your wallpaper.
Once you’ve identified what you want to change then take action. Let a trusted family member or friend know what you are doing and ask for their help. They may have ideas on how you can achieve that one thing you are changing about yourself. If it’s hard to find someone to help you, then hire a professional (such as TransitionPG).
If you find yourself still having a hard time letting go of what went wrong, then give yourself 15 minutes every day to dwell in self-pity. Set your timer and begin. When your timer goes off, readjust your mindset and refocus on the one thing you are trying to change in your life. To help transition your mindset and build positive energy read motivational quotes (we post quotes daily on Twitter and FaceBook).
It’s difficult to get unstuck. But once you let go of the past, you open the doors for a better and brighter future. It takes one day at a time. Be patient with yourself.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Niv Persaud, CFP®, CDFA™, CRPC®, is the Founder of Transition Planning & Guidance, LLC. Her firm bridges the gap between financial planning and coaching. As a Transition Consultant, she offers sage advice in all aspects of life – financial, personal and professional. Niv does not manage money and does not sell financial products. Her services include spending plan development, divorce financial review, life strategy and professional progression. Niv actively gives back to her community through her volunteer efforts. She believes in living life to the fullest by cherishing friendships, enjoying the beauty of nature and laughing often — even at herself. Her favorite quote is by Erma Bombeck, “When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left and could say ‘I used everything you gave me’.”