Your Mindset Affects Every Aspect Of Your Life.
So take care of your mind. Feed it valuable, life-changing information that will help you align with the person that you know you are. And the person you were born to be. Changing your thoughts and knowing that you are never too old or young to learn new ways of doing things will help you open yourself up to more opportunities in your life and experiences.
I don’t believe anyone walks around with the primary goal to make everything in their life negative. In my opinion, there are two reasons people do this. Number one, it’s a lot easier to see the negatives in a bad situation than it is to work so hard finding the positives. Number two; that’s just the way people in today’s society are. If you surround yourself with negative people and a negative atmosphere there’s a good chance you’ll be negative too. That’s why I believe it’s important to spread positivity.
You’ll notice that I used the word “choose” quite a bit above. That was deliberate. As much as it sometimes feels like every decision is taken from us, we still have options. We can actively decide to give our mind the balance it craves and lean into the positive, or we can choose to feed it a steady diet of junk and wallow in the negative. The choice is totally up to you.
Don’t let your world be limited by your limited way of thinking. Open your mind up. Don’t stunt your personal growth by thinking that you know everything already. No matter what age you are, you can always learn something new that will enhance your life and make it better.
Mind matters By Tanya J Miller
Listen to a For Her Empire podcast episode we had with Tanya J Miller about our minds and how they control our whole being. Tanya is an author, speaker, coach, and strategist whose focus is on life and leadership. She strives to help individuals and organizations discover, diagnose, and develop purpose, passion, vision, and destiny. Here, she gives us insight into her book Mind Matters.
The book is actually based on notes she wrote to herself five years before the book was released. She talks of the issues she faced when writing them
- Unemployment and Layoff
- Racism at Work
- Physical and health issues
- Family Matters
Also, you can watch the video here