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Self Sabotage, Why We Do It.
Are you making promises to yourself...but only find your letting yourself down?
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Relauncher Recipe For Purely The Best Version of You
By Alison Morgan
To be the pure version of you - the clear, unadulterated you - can take a bit of work.
Here's a healthy well-rounded recipe to leave you feeling alive and invigorated.
Serve: 1 person. Benefits countless others around you.
Temperature: Calm moderate environment.
• 1 handful of goals
• 1 scoop of commitment
• ½ c timelines
• Sprinkle of open-mindedness
• 2 pinches of courage
• ¼ c friendship (optional)
• 1 decision on whether it’ll be hands-on, research-driven or both
• Fun for garnish
We all start out with the same basic ingredients.
The reality is that many people don’t appreciate this, or may be a little lazy to rise above what is perceived to be their station in life.
Yes, some are born with a silver spoon, or even an entire cutlery set, but happiness requires a lot more than money.
Even the so-called rich, born with privilege and opportunity laid out before them like so many Hors d’oeuvres, often flout it and let them go to waste.
It’s what we do with our raw ingredients that count.
Trying something new takes courage, wisdom, energy and a healthy dose of recklessness.
Nothing great was ever achieved by ‘playing it safe.’
Ask yourself- what are 3 things you want to achieve this year.
Is it getting fit? Changing career? Learning a new hobby? Self-education?
Rediscovering intimacy with your partner?
Close your eyes, put your imagination to work and visualize your destination.
Taste the deliciousness of your own success.
Once you’re done, write down your goals and when you’d like to achieve them.
Then commit to accomplishing them.
Time is often hard to find - but rather than waiting for the ‘perfect hour’ (it rarely comes), make use of those little bits of time in your everyday.
10 minutes on the train, waiting a friend to arrive or those moments while the kids are watching TV...
Remember- you will be tested. Success is rarely easy. Mistakes are bound to happen. Often, the closer you get, the more obstacles there are.
That means you’re doing something right.
One day, when you’ll least expect it, you’ll realise you’re done.
Success often comes quickly and without warning.
Your achievement - so lovingly and thoughtfully prepared - can be proudly unveiled and shared by all.
It’s bound to be the talk of your next dinner party.
1. You can never stop learning. Learning is growth and a continual path.
2. Being true to yourself is a healthy and exhilarating way to live. No one should tell you otherwise.
3. There is a need to continue upgrading your ‘self’ and life skills throughout time.
4. Live life for yourself as well as others. Your family and friends will benefit from you being your best version of you.
Put aside the time to do that yoga class you’ve always thought about, start reading regularly, shop with a stylist and learn to look your best, do that cooking course you’ve had your eye on or that makeup lesson just because!
Pure fun, pure enjoyment, purely YOU!!