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Accepting Change And Rewiring Your Mindset

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Feb 3, 2017 10:00:00 AM

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Your mindset is the sum of all your experiences and the knowledge these experiences bring you. Your brain distills this knowledge and only the essentials that you find important will stick for the long run. Once your mind is set on certain beliefs and practices, accepting change can be difficult. With time, your mindset becomes firmly fixed and even the smallest changes seem difficult to implement. Your environment and your circle of influence may have steered your mindset in a direction that had seemed right at the time, but you have later realized it is not leading you to your ultimate life or business goals. Here are some notes on how to promote positive change in the way you think.


 

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Draw a map and edit your beliefs

When you reach a tipping point and realize that you need to change the way you think in order to promote success in life or business, you will need a guide. That guide can be a mentor, a book, or a clear list of your goals. Visualize your aspirations and tool set by writing them down and see what changes your new beliefs are bringing. Are you comfortable with those changes? If they seem too drastic break them down so you can digest them better and start implementation. Editing your mindset and accepting change is a process that starts with small daily adjustments of your influences and habits.

 

Filter your information intake and role models

Your mindset is composed of all the knowledge you sift through over the years by accumulating the essence of it. Be diligent in choosing the sources of information that form your opinions and thoughts. The media you watch or read the news from, the books you read be they business of fiction, they are mind forming so be sure to pick them carefully. The people whose opinions and advice you value, the social media accounts you follow can seamlessly influence your life and business choices empowering or limiting your success.

 

Harmony promotes happiness and focus.

Once you start the change process, stick to it. Change can be challenging even on the most basic level, so expect natural resistance to it and fight it. Find the right balance and pace of change that works for you. Balance and harmony in all of the facets of your life will bring happiness, which in turn boosts your productivity and creativity. Strive towards contentment by making steps in the direction you desire. This will bring a new calm and focus to your work and life. Acts of kindness are also known to boost happiness and charge you with positive energy.

 

Employ gratitude and contentment

Introduce an attitude of gratitude and contentment for being able to pursue your goals both personally and professionally. Positive energy charges you and the people around you. It eases workflow and team collaboration, increasing productivity and creativity. Changes become easier to accept and handle when you are hopeful and positive about the outcome. Successful entrepreneurs are optimistic and believe in themselves, even though they sometimes fail.

 

Self-control energizes your mind

Physical and mental health are very important for a robust mindset and a path to success. Be mindful of habits that may be costing you a lot of your physical and mental energy, stealing from your focus and concentration. Make steps toward a better diet, better sleep, some sort of exercise routine, and even a form of meditation. Self-control brings you energy that you can utilize in dealing with changes and challenges.

 

Drop toxic people

Be mindful of your immediate circle of influence. Some coworkers, neighbors, or friends can be very negative and can pass that negativity on to you. You have to draw a line that helps you stay in harmony with your lifestyle and goals. People who are negative or are habitual complainers can seamlessly pass some of that negativity to you and halt or slow down your progress. Improving your mindset and accepting change is a process and you want to be as diligent as possible with everything that influences it.

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