Reprogramming Your Mind To Achieve What You Want Out Of Life
Updated: Sep 25, 2021
Start With Your Mindset
Reprogramming your mind is not only possible but the only way to achieve what you want out of life is. I believe that our thoughts control our actions and our actions determine our results. What we put in what we get out. We are in control of our outcomes. So, if we can reprogram our brains with a new mindset — one geared towards achieving the outcomes we desire — what will be the result?
• We’ll develop habits that will drive us towards success. • And we will start noticing opportunities that show up everywhere we go. • The positive things that show up is more important than getting hung up on the negative. • We'll take inspired action to reach our goals faster! That’s why I believe it’s incredibly important to work on our mindset and constantly work on improving our thought patterns.
Here are the 5 steps to reprogram your mind to achieve what you want:
1. Decide what it is you desire!
First things first, you have to know what result you want to achieve. Give yourself some time to reflect on what this looks like.
So, what is it you truly desire?
to become financially free?
be at peace with yourself
live a specific lifestyle
have time and money to travel the world
achieve better health
2. Ensure your goals are aligned with your personal values
You’ll find it easier to work towards those goals if they are things that are important to you.
3. Constantly look for opportunities
You know how, after buying a new car, you start noticing that make and model everywhere you go? The number of those cars didn’t change, but now you’re noticing them more. To look for them, you first have to believe they exist, which leads us to the next point…
4. Believe that atracting what you desire isn’t random
If you believe that the only reason some people get what they want out of life is because they got lucky, then you won’t have any motivation to look for opportunities or to work towards your dreams. You’ll only take responsibility for your success and be willing to put in the work if you believe that success correlates with belief and inspired action.
5. Believe you’ve got this!
As you pursue your goals, it’s inevitable that you’ll run up against some challenges. Things will get in your way and stop you. It happens to everyone. Your brain has been used to an old way of thinking and it may want to revert back to that. But persistence to the new programming is what is needed.
The difference between those who succeed and those who fail is in how they respond to these challenges. Some people allow circumstances to stop them from moving ahead. When a roadblock shows up they turn around and drive home. Back to safety, security, and little risk.Others rise to the challenge. They figure out a way around, over, or under the roadblock so that they can keep moving forward towards their goal.What will your response be when things start to get hard?
6. Visualize your goals As you work towards your goal, there will be many options for different actions you can take. How can you decide exactly what to do and how to spend your time?
The secret is in the details
When you know exactly what you’re trying to achieve, and what that looks like, you’ll find that it becomes much more obvious what you should do because you’ll see how different actions will (or won’t) get you closer to that goal.
But where should you start?
Set aside 10 minutes daily before going to bed. Think about what you want out of life and start visualizing what that will look like once you’ve achieved it. While it does not seem like a lot, it is the first step towards re-scripting your inner programming.
Be Honest With Yourself:
• Are we in control of our outcomes? • What mindset habits do you think are the most important to cultivate?
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This article was written by Jennifer Thompson of Compelling 365