Do you often feel that you have no control over your life? Do you sometimes feel that people do not care about you and do not respect you? Do you feel that you are just drifting day after day, without any goal and direction?
Most of us feel that way, at one time or another. Life often places us in situations that we do not like, limit our freedom, and make us feel trapped. We might work a job we do not like. We might not have enough money, or we might have many responsibilities that limit our freedom. A person living in dire circumstances might have no charge of his or her life. A person living a comfortable life might also lack control of life. Even a rich person, who has a lot of money, might sometimes find yourself in situations that he or she cannot control. The truth is that we can learn to change this situation and start taking charge of our life. We can have more control over our life. You can begin taking charge of your life and making positive changes. This will bring joy, happiness and power into your life.
December 5th 2020, is the day I decided to retake charge of my life. I was done feeling lost, unhappy, tried and even a failure. I wanted to become the person that six year old me thought I was gone be at 22. At first, it was nerve-racking I didn’t even have a plan or knew what I truly wanted to do with my life. All I knew was that I was unhappy with myself and lost when it came to life. So I decide I needed to first work on myself, then the rest will follow. I began with going on a no-carb and no sugar diet, at first it was hard, but then it became the new norm. After three weeks, I started to feel happier with myself and even with life. That when I knew its time for step 2, I started looking up programs and came across the social media course. Now its March 5th, I’m down 35lbs, I’m loving this course so far, and I’m very excited about what the future holds for me.
If you want to start taking charge in your life, here are eight tips that really helped me become the person I am today.
- Develop your inner strength.
- Improve your concentration skills.
- Stop taking things personally.
- Get rid of your negative thoughts.
- Repeat affirmations to boost your inner strength.
- Use the power of visualization
- A peaceful mind is most useful
- Believe in yourself, and become more assertive.