It happens to all of us, even to the wisest man or woman alive. It takes one simple incident (arguments,lack of money, bad day, etc.) to flip our mind to a frequency where we feel disturbed, angry, and out of control. It’s this rush of irritation that runs through our veins when we become infected with our own perception of negativity. Whatever this is, it clogs our thinking, it blinds us towards reality. Is there a way we could end this and become centered, calm, and poised? Absolutely.

First of all, this is an inside job. Nothing outside of yourself can make you feel differently; if there is any shift at all due to outside circumstances, it will be temporary. You have to resort to the one thing that works a hundred percent of the time – to the very thing that created this disturbance. It’s your mind. Your mind has the ability to either accept or reject ideas, circumstances, and conditions that appear in the physical world. And because you have the ability to do so, you can control which ideas you wish to accept or reject.

You can control which ideas you wish to accept or reject.

The problem with most people is that they let whatever that is going on outside of them affect how they feel. The good and the bad. If you are observant, you will find that people’s behavior is much like a ping pong ball. One moment they will do one thing, another moment they will flip and do something else depending on the circumstances and conditions in their life. The reason for this is because it’s our habit to let things get to us. The moment you react, you give power to that which made you react. You have to learn how to respond – that’s when you are in control.

You stay centered by responding to situations and circumstances. This requires practice and consistency. It is not easy, but it certainly is rewarding! Imagine yourself rarely feeling that deep sense of frustration and anger when things appear to be out of your control. What would happen if you could truly control your reactions? You would think clearer most of the time, you would be a lot more focused on your goals, and you would feel amazingly free!  All the great leaders that have ever lived agreed upon the fact that we become what we think about. If we have great thoughts throughout the day and that becomes our second nature, we would undoubtedly attract those great things into our life!

If you’re ready to embark on this journey with us, and really work to become the best version of you, schedule a free strategy session with us here to learn about Bob Proctor’s Thinking Into Results program!

To your success,

Naveed Asif
Naveed & Sonika Coaching




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