Wayne Dyer once said “Change The Way You Look At Things And The Things You Look At Change”. He was so right.

When you change the way you see the world, when your intentions are positive and powerful, when you search only for the good, then you life transforms into the amazing adventure it was designed to be. After all, anything and everything in life is all up to interpretation. In other words, there is no such thing as reality, you create your own reality with the thoughts you think.

I’m a big believer that some of the most important, worthwhile lessons in life are often the most simple, the most overlooked.

One of my greatest realizations is that any situation is far less important than your interpretation of it. In fact, I go as far as to say that anything in life is simply a product of the meaning that we give it.

As Wayne Dyer said:

“If you change the way you look at things the things you look at change.”

And this is extremely significant because it unblocks any door in the world.
To be able to have that perspective, that understanding, that you are the one in control.
Knowing that will undoubtedly take you places.

The question of course is what are you doing about it. Right? It’s no secret that if you look at things with a negative lens they’re going to appear negative.

If you look at life as this giant tragedy and you’re always the helpless victim, guess what? You will remain that way.

You’re essentially enabling a self-fulfilling prophecy.

We are who we believe we are. The world around us exists as we allow ourselves to see it.

Words like difficult, impossible. They have no meaning. They don’t even exist until we give them life. Think about it. We are creating negativity, You know, constructing barriers that have absolutely no reason to be up.

I like to simplify this equation, because to me it’s about having a goal and achieving it. That’s it. Right? You’re at point A and you want to get to point B.

Then there are really 2 options:

You can map out your path and make it happen or you can create reasons that it’s not possible. That you can’t do it. That success isn’t for you.

Starting with the little things, like waking up early or changing, you know, eating habits, we look at what’s in front of us and we ask WHY, we don’t ask WHY NOT.

And here’s my take: If human beings got a man on the moon you can come up with a strategy to wake up early without hitting the snooze button.

It is that simple and this applies all the way up the ladder to larger things to running the marathon, getting the promotion, on and on and on, getting out of a particular situation.

See yourself as someone who wins, who succeeds, Leave all that other baggage behind you, it helps no one. They say some of life’s greatest accomplishments were achieved by people who didn’t know they were once considered “impossible”. They had a target and they hit it.

Before you even think about your specifics you have to know that a solution is out there that it exists, it’s just a matter of whether you will make it happen.

And that’s where it’s so important to set yourself up to succeed, to brush the negativity aside and to analyze what’s in front of you with the lens of someone who can and will get the job done.

Surround yourself with positive people. Quit associating with things that tell you anything but yes. Life is hard enough as it is. You don’t need additional hurdles. It’s about you and that goal. You and your objectives, not CAN you.


Ref:. www.fearlessmotivation.com