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Living an amazing life runs through your thoughts daily. So, the questions are asked. [I want to be clear, while I do talk about my amazing life often, it is not a life that has been handed down to me, I have worked hard, sometimes clawing blindly towards happiness I had blind faith existed].
Or you heard the following – [her grandma Joanne Russel lived this amazing life always working three to four jobs to provide for her five children, and lived most of her life in London Ontario]. What about this nice one. [Be sure that you hire an expert nature guide, or a walk in the jungle maybe just a walk, if you are unable to discover the amazing life often hidden all around you].
Then we ask you the following – have you at some time or the other ever suggested as though I should be indeed getting a lot more out of life. Has your health and vitality suffered? Do you always feel tired, or stressed out, or even overworked? Do you show signs that you are entirely unable to get afloat?
Then maybe you feel like you’re just stepping water. All this can ultimately start to get you down. These are not words we had been promised. Another factor is perhaps you always pictured that your life would be different. Many of us thought we would someday make a lot of cash.
Also, many of us feel that we should have considerably more energy than we do. We see other persons us who appear to have the things that we want to accomplish. We also know lots of people who look attractive, who are confident, who are also polished. There are persons we know that seem to have it all in life. And we ask so why can’t I have that? Why is life mean and unfair to me and others?
Now, if you have read any of the other guides online or books on having this fantastic, amazing life so far, then you know that this is where you start off going wrong.
Stop accusing your circumstances, and it’s blaming other people. You have everything you want to live a genuinely remarking life right at the moment. All that is missing is the positive mindset to start achieving that goal. And, you know what’s even more possible? You’re already living a genuinely fantastic life. You also already have everything that anyone could ever ask for in their life, but you just don’t seem to appreciate that.
We first start off reassessing those priorities that are important. Lots of us complain that we aren’t healthier, happier or more productive. However, nothing is done about them. And that is only because despite whatever we are saying, we aren’t giving those aspects of our lives any priority. Therefore, let us break down our current routine shall we, and see if we can assess the problem?
We have learned over this series, that your happiness and your accomplishments stem from within yourself. Also, more than that, they stem from your mindset and the way that you view yourself and your life. Our imaginary complains of the above arise from us having the drive to go out and get the things we feel we warrant. The objective is achieved by accepting how you will go about doing that. In this our final guide, you’re going to learn how to make some mild changes in life.
You’re saying, people, you want to be a successful author or a successful business owner. You’re telling people that you must-have a six-pack abs. You understand people that your imidate family means a hold lot to you. Well then, if that’s true, those are the areas you should be spending the majority of your time on. Those this make any sense?
When looking at all of the points above, what you will probably find is that your lifestyle seems something a lot like the points below:
Accepting these roughly five hours, you then need to fit in rising up, becoming ready for the day, doing the laundry, cooking, washing dishes. Now ask me the question again, why do you not have the lifestyle you deserve? You also, claim that your set goals and dreams are your number one priority to achieve. But yet you never live a life that reflects that which is in the slightest. That now reminds me a lot of the problem with our modern politics today.
Very often, we are told by our political leaders just how much money they have managed to save. They’ll let us know that they have grown the value of the dollar. They’ll also, boast that they’re paying off their deficit. Let me enforce the point that this is precisely how we must judge their success? What about much more important metrics like quality of life? Or even happiness in life?
Hear, do are doing the same thing in your own life as the politician. You’re pouring a high 90% of your effort into your work and then coming away wholly exhausted. Yes, of course, everything else is suffering.
A. Our Amazing Life Story How that Happen This Way?
B. Have you ever asked how everything got this way?
Then, the big answer, while it might not be enjoyable, eventually comes down to fear and indoctrination. It’s fear because we are driven so often by a fear of our partners leaving us. By fear of debt. By fear of not being able to put a deposit on a house. Of being single in our 40s and missing the boat to have children. This means that you are motivated by the stick rather than the carrot.
You are focused on running away from all the things you don’t want, rather than toward all the things you do want. And this really isn’t helped by the media and by the way we’re brought up. This is where the whole ‘indoctrination’ part comes in. I’m not a conspiracy theorist. I’m not here to tell you that this is a deliberate move on the part of the government or any such thing. BUT it is nevertheless the way most of us are brought up. We are raised to believe that we are born into some kind of debt.
That we owe this debt to society. That hard graft and work is something to be proud of. Meanwhile, we are taught to want all kinds of things that are just out of our grasp. These include widescreen TVs, lavish properties, expensive looking cars and more. We work toward these things, we work because we’re afraid of debt, and we work because it is what society expects of us. But let me ask you this: is there really any inherent value in work itself? Working toward a good cause is, of course, a good thing.
Working to support your family is likewise to be applauded. But those people who proudly state that they’ve ‘never missed a day of work!’ or who retire in their 80s, or who talk in a generally impressive fashion about the work they did stacking palettes. It’s nice they’re proud. Really it is. But here’s the sad part: if they didn’t come in, the world would keep on ticking on without them. And even if it didn’t, the worst case scenario is that someone would get a palette late.
Meanwhile, wouldn’t it have been much better if they had looked after their health? If they had spent more time with their family? If they had pursued a passion and written a beautiful piece of music? Work in itself should be a means to an end and certainly not a factor in itself. Work only has value as long as the end product has value. And even then, it’s not worth sacrificing every other aspect of your life for.
The simple cognitive shift I want you to make here then is that you are not living to work but working to live. It’s a cliché I know, but if you actually follow that advice through to its logical conclusion, then you find yourself with something akin to lifestyle design. Lifestyle design is a way of life that merely flips traditional notions of work on their head and instead focuses on building a lifestyle you can be happy with.
You decide what it is you want to accomplish, who you want to be and then you change your career and other factors to fit around that lifestyle. For many people, this will mean becoming a digital nomad. Thanks to modern technology, there is no need for us to work from a stuffy office or make a long journey into work. Instead, we can just load up the computer and work from home.
This affords a fantastic amount of freedom, allowing you to work from wherever you like and whenever you want. Many people will take advantage of this by traveling the world with just a laptop and working from coffee shops. That’s lifestyle design, and that’s being a ‘digital nomad.’But It can also mean something much smaller. It means looking at the promotion that comes with so much extra responsibility, and it means asking yourself if it’s worth it.
Wouldn’t it be much better to spend more time with your family and keep the job you’ve got? Alternatively, maybe you take on that job, but you negotiate to have one day off so that you get a whole day to yourself. Or perhaps you take on a part-time job and a side-income instead. Maybe you conclude that to follow your passions, the best option is to become a garbage collector so that you can be free by 2pm in the afternoon. Need more money? Then get a smaller house!
It can even mean that you choose to move home somewhere that you’ll be nearer to work so that you have a shorter commute. A shorter commute means 30 minutes extra to yourself per day. Maybe you decide to pay for a cleaner so that you can have a beautiful home! There are so many variables here that you can play around with that you don’t need to take the most obvious route through your life. You don’t have to follow the predetermined path that has been set out for you by society, and you don’t need to keep making life harder and harder.
Choosing to design your own lifestyle and take back control is one way to start getting what you want from life. But there are a few others too that will help you with this. One cognitive shift is to know your worth, to stand your ground and lose the fear. Another cognitive variation is to see that time and money are both interchangeable. This latter point indicates that if you are getting paid more but you are also working more long hours then you aren’t really getting a pay rise at all.
The only way this would count as a pay rise is if you got paid more for working the equivalent hours. So, if you’re being offered profession up against the ladder, but it involves staying later at work, there is an obvious answer: you’ll just take the pay rise thanks! This is where understanding your worth comes in. You see, many of us are afraid to ask for more money, or are so scared to increase our rates. We think if we do that, we’ll lose work and we’ll end up homeless. Again: lose the fear. This doesn’t happen.
If you are giving excellent service to someone, or if you’re an outstanding employee, then you can afford to change further.
Also, think of how much they’re earning thanks to your input, and how much they’d lose if you stopped giving your service to them.
Remember that you have the right to charge more. And not only that, but it is common for wages to go up despite responsibilities. So, if you feel you need more money then don’t be afraid to ask for it. And if they refuse? Then you look elsewhere for a new employer or new clients.
Ultimately, you are worth what you think you are worth. If you put a price on your head that is too low, then you can work incredibly hard for no reward. Keep looking. And keep learning. And here’s one more thing: don’t wait. Don’t wait for life to get better. Don’t wait until you’re old and retired. Because life always throws you curveballs and the stars never align. The only way you can live a better life is to start right NOW. And don’t tell me you’re too old: you’re never too early to be the person you always wanted to be.
So if you’ve been putting off going traveling because of fear, because of opportunity and because you worry that life won’t be there for you when you get back it is time to buck up your ideas. Take charge and go now. This is the only way you’ll ever go. Work will be there when you get back. And if it isn’t? At least you’ve done something truly memorable and worthwhile. What could be more valuable?
It Starts With Everything
Hopefully, some of these tips will help you to start getting more from your life only by changing your priorities and going after the things you want.
What I mean by this, is that if you want to be healthier and happier and to live a generally better life, then you need to change everything all at once. We’ve discussed that your ability to change your life starts in mind. But have you considered what affects your mind?
A person mind has a small amount of energy. Throughout these guides, I’ve asked a lot from you: to take more responsibility, to lose your fear, to practice discipline, to stay motivated. All those things take energy. And if you’ve only got 5 hours outside of work to be productive in, then you’re going to struggle. You’ll fight even more if you’re highly stressed and if you’re burned out.
So as you start to put the emphasis a bit more back onto you. As you begin to focus on your goals and on the things that make you happy, you can also look at how you can ensure you are charged and able to get the very most out of life. It starts with simple things: things like getting enough sleep, things like going out in the sun occasionally and maybe stuff like taking vitamin supplements.
Later it goes on to more profound matters: learning to meditate. Finding a passion. Surrounding yourself with the right people. Every aspect of your health and your lifestyle will feed back into the way you feel and what you can accomplish. You need to start small and build up the energy you want. Right now you might feel trapped by your circumstances, so find just that little crack of light.
That might mean getting a little more energy by taking a supplement in the morning. But if that gives you enough fuel to consider implementing systems to keep your home tidier and that gives you the mental space to start challenging your work-life balance… then it will all be worth it.
And final episode? Learn to enjoy what you have right now. Because this is the ultimate key to happiness. The truth is that if you keep dreaming of some widescreen TV, then you will not be able to avoid the hedonistic treadmill. You will stay in the fight or flight mode, you’ll keep pushing and fighting.
Looking forward to quitting your job isn’t that much better either. And looking ahead to a holiday isn’t significantly better.
Do it now. And meanwhile, learn to focus on what’s already just right in your life. If you stop and smell the roses, if you practice a ‘gratitude mindset’ you’ll realize you’ve probably already accomplished a whole lot. And you’ll find that you already have many happy moments in your daily life. Live in those moments.
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