You became someone else because who you were wasn’t nor is it, who you want to be
As a kid you were asked “What do you want to be when you grow up?”
Now ask yourself “Am I who I wanted to be as a child?”
If you are living your childhood dreams, congratulations.
If not, why do you think you are not being what you said you wanted to be when you grew up?
You are the only one that can answer the three questions.
Over the years I am sure your dreams have adjusted as you’ve lived your life.
When you do decide to ask yourself “Am I who I wanted to be as a child?”, try not to blame someone else for you not becoming who it is you said you wanted to be.
Goal achievement is not easy. If it was, everyone would be achieving their goals.
With the most expensive real estate in the world being the graveyard you would think more people would want to live out their dreams. Yet, most do not. People take their ideas with them to the grave for one reason or another.
Perhaps you’ve been told your idea wasn’t a good one, you believed someones or several someone’s opinion on your idea and your idea never went past the conversation.
If you were mentioning your idea to someone who was not a goal achiever, your idea could be squashed.
There could be a few reasons why your idea was squashed by another person.
– Self limiting beliefs
– Hidden jealousy
Someone else’s opinion of you or your idea does not define who you are, you do.
The only way to achieve your goal is to make a plan of action.
If you choose to not have a plan, you are planning to fail.
This is your life, you get to choose whether goal setting is worth it or a waste of your time.
Once you have achieved your goals or dreams, create new ones.
Time spent on achieving your personal goal no matter how long it takes you, is always time well spent.