“How To Change Your Life?”

You know, the thing I have seen client’s wrestle with the most over the years, is the concept of change. Everybody seems to want it. They all talk about it in one form or another. Lord knows they spend billions of dollars every year trying to learn about it.

But when it comes down to it, they fight change tooth and nail. And, for most, it’s only out of desperation they ever really travel that road and commit themselves to change. Why?

Here is where the real challenge comes in. The “why?” you fight change. Part of the problem lies in where you assign the thing or things you believe are holding you back from change. People usually have a laundry list of people, places, and events they believe block their path to change.

My spouse, my friends, my boss, my job, my town, my education, you know. And the list continues to grow the older you get. ‘That’s some of that good-ole experience factor kickin-in’.

Well then, let’s get right to it and look at two important things you must do if you’re serious about change. The first is, and I know you’ve heard this many times before, you have to take responsibility for your life.

Not in the sense of finally being able to say with confidence, “I was wrong,” but as acknowledgment that you are the creator of the events that occur in your life. That’s what the true meaning of the law of attraction is all about.

The second thing is to create the change you want to experience. Think about it. Imagine what it would be like to experience that change. How would your life be different? What could you do that you believe you can’t do now? How would it be to experience that level of freedom?

All change requires these two necessary parts. Now the one thing that most people glaze right over and never give a second look to is what happens right before you begin to work on these two things.  I can sum it up in one word, commitment! Without it, there is no change.

You must first be committed to changing. Convinced that path is the path, the only path, you need to be on. That’s why I say most people must get to the point of desperation before they really turn toward change. Some need to reach that point before they are honestly ready to commit.

To begin, have a long talk with yourself about change. I recommend that you do so in a mirror so you can see your response as you hear the words you use to describe your idea of change. You might need to tune a few of those words to match the vibration of what you feel inside.

Once the words match the inner vibration of the thought, the idea of how that change would be, you’re ready. Really ready!

I have some more in depth thoughts on change I’d like to pass on to you. I have a twenty minute audio on change. It’s free to download. All you have to do is follow this link. How To Change My Life.

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