Attitude Change

“A great attitude does much more than turn on the lights in our worlds; it seems to magically connect us to all sorts of serendipitious opportunities that were somehow absent before the change” – Earl Nightingale
I was thinking yesterday about law of attraction; about commitment; about how you could get to a goal in such a way that it forever changes your life – so that you could never go back to where you were before.
I think that it is when you “know” not just want or desire. Take my current goal of getting back to what I consider as my “normal” weight (pre 4th pregnancy). It is not because I would be healthy; or I would look better; or to be more attractive to my husband; or any of the other reasons that you would assume or tell me why I should lose weight. I have tried all of those and the weight came back.
There is a place that is stronger than motivation; and it recognizes that it is necessary to achieve my life purpose to make this change, and because of that I know in my bones that this will be permanent. This is due in part because I have uncovered the self sabotager from my childhood and she knows that she doesn’t need to protect me any longer, that it is now safe for me to be seen. When you are obese, people tend to slide their glances past you and it makes it easy to be invisible. Now that little girl from my past wants to be up on stage with me, to live out loud.
I think that when we reach beyond all the easy answers down to the core, you truly do connect magically and the world turns you on to opportunities that always existed, but you never saw before, because you were in the dark. When you reach out to the stars the rocket boosters needed to gain altitude burn away the fears,and excuses and you become lighter; free to do things you never even considered possible before.

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Study

“1 hour per day of study will put you at the top of your field in 3 years. In 5 years you’ll be a national authority. In 7 years, you can be one of the best in the world.” – Earl Nightingale

Most of us say we want to be the best, earn the title, the money, etc.., but how many of us can say that we are willing to put in the time to earn that? Being the best means that we are willing to do what others aren’t, are you?

Attitude

The great Earl Nightingale said, “Our attitude toward life determines life’s attitude toward us.” This just goes back to what we all know about the law of attraction and how if we don’t like what life is giving us, then we need to look inward to our thinking and change ourselves. Back to the “be the change you want to see in the world”!