Stop focusing on replicating content and getting the mechanics right. Focus on building up who you are by focusing on the integrity and building the habits of who you are.
The mechanics mean nothing compared to who you are.
I just sent out an email on this.
You don’t get what you want in life, you attract who you are.
I live by this quote. “Who you are speaks so loudly I can’t hear what you’re saying.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
When you work on a principle not feelings, your life changes because your emotions change to a new setting on the thermostat. The thermostat controls the expectations you set for yourself in terms of how much money you make, who your life partner is, what school your kids go to, what percent body fat you walk around at, etc.
As kooky as it sounds, your emotional thermostat dictates your standards and you send off that energy to other people!
I can promise you that you will grow into someone who attracts higher quality people and business opportunities if you live by this one thought and replay it over and over again:
“What can I change about me that my emotions currently find pleasurable but are preventing me from being who I want to be?”.
I made a commitment to myself to listen to different music, knowing that my subconscious records every input. That meant giving up music I enjoyed.
I do things that fear me. I start conversations in the elevator when my emotions are telling me to be quiet. When I don’t feel like doing something, I ask myself these two questions:
1) “Will it better me?”
2) “If this became ingrained in me, is it worth doing it once?”.
The answer is almost always yes.
I did a motivational video today on this concept here that life is just like a video game: Levels of Life
Be the change you wish to see!
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