🌼5 Simple Steps to Change Your Life(AMAZING WISDOM)


🌼5 Simple Steps to Change Your Life(AMAZING WISDOM)

If you change your narrative, you can change your life

5 simple steps to change your life


Change is the law of life. Those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” — John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States

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Change your narrative. Rewrite the story you tell yourself.


It’s helpful to question whether what you are telling yourself is true. It’s also best to question whether something that happened in the past means it will happen the same way in the future.

If you can expand possibilities for your life and expect more out of it, you can change your life for the better.

Our mind is more powerful than we realize, and so is our self-talk. We control our outcomes.

Changing your life is about taking an honest look at your past. It’s about analyzing your present. It’s about figuring out where you want to go.

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“Change is inevitable. Growth is optional.” — John Maxwell, an American author, speaker, and pastor

Here are five simple yet powerful steps to help you change your life. Let’s dive in.

1. Discover Your Purpose

“There’s no greater gift than to honor your life’s calling. It’s why you were born. And how you become most truly alive.” — Oprah Winfrey, an American media executive and philanthropist

Do you know your life purpose? When you know your life’s purpose, you live a more meaningful life. You live each day to the fullest.

When you know your purpose, you know who you are, where you are coming from, and where you are going. Your life’s purpose will make you feel like you are impacting the world. It will help you overcome setbacks and cherish successes.

Your purpose drives your energy and helps you wake up each morning excited to tackle the day. It guides your decisions, impacts your behaviors, and shapes your goals. Your purpose gives you meaning, satisfaction, and happiness.

2. Adopt a Growth Mindset

“There are plenty of difficult obstacles in your path. Don’t allow yourself to become one of them.” — Ralph Marston, a former professional football player

Everything starts and ends with your mind. It’s how you frame the things you experience in life. To live the life you want, you must adopt a growth mindset where you see failures as opportunities to grow and learn.

A growth mindset helps you become a better version of yourself, whereas a fixed mindset believes there is nothing you can do to improve. Research has found that your mindset impacts your life span.

Don’t be a fixed-mindset person that says, “it is what it is.” Instead, stretch your comfort zone to learn, grow, and change your life. Changing your narrative about your life means learning new things, not being limited by your past, and overcoming discomfort to learn and experience something new.

3. Create an Authentic Story of Your Past

“If we don’t change, we don’t grow. If we don’t grow, we aren’t really living.” — Gail Sheehy, an American author, journalist, and lecturer

Changing your life means making sense of your past. It means self-reflecting and learning from what life lessons you learned from your past. You must tell yourself and others a story of your past, how it makes you who you are today, and how it impacts where you are going.

Don’t blame your parents, make excuses, or complain about your life. Don’t sugarcoat or disparage your past. Be willing to speak the truth about your past and how it will help fuel yourself now and create a brighter future.

When you tell yourself or others a story about your children that is not true, you won’t heal from the past, and it’s more difficult to change your life for the better. Create an authentic story of your past and how it helped you become who you are today and who you will be in the future.

4. Be Grateful

“Gratitude turns what we have into enough.” — Anonymous

You can train your brain to think you lack something. Instead, use your mind to be thankful for what you have in life. Gratitude is an emotion that will help you bring more happiness into your life and will help you become more successful.

When you are grateful, you look at life positively, relish all experiences, and it helps you deal with tough times in life. Gratitude helps you build stronger relationships and helps you not feel sorry for yourself.

Gratitude helps you focus more on what you have than what you don’t. When you are grateful, you make more progress toward your personal and professional goals. You will also block negative emotions such as envy, regret, and bitterness that will hold you back from changing your life.

5. Be Kind to Yourself

It can be easy to be hard on ourselves. You can tell yourself that you are not good at something, and the self-fulfilling prophecy happens. Much of your confidence happens in how you speak to yourself.

Show compassion for yourself and think about your internal self-talk. Take time to notice how hard you are on yourself and how you treat yourself after you make a mistake. Be kind to yourself, especially when things don’t turn out as planned.

It can be easy to fall back on a story that things will never change when you don’t meet your goals. Treat yourself with kindness and listen to your internal voice. Don’t fool yourself with overly positive mantras. Be realistic about things, and don’t be too hard on yourself.

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Bringing It All Together

There are five simple steps you can take to change your life. Discover your purpose, adopt a growth mindset, create an authentic story of your past, be grateful, and be kind to yourself. If you change your narrative, you can change your life.

You have the power to change the narrative of your life. Get to know yourself better, look at challenges as opportunities, and figure out how you talk to yourself. Remember that change is constant, so you must be consistent in responding to it. Changing your life starts and ends with your mindset.

“Those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” — George Bernard Shaw, an Irish playwright

Contributed by Matthew Royse

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