082 The mental game plan for rebuilding your future

You feel like you’re in a cul-de-sac and need to make a big change. Here’s your mental game plan for rebuilding your future.

The game plan for rebuilding your future

This week’s Inspire Me quote is:

“Before you climb the ladder of success, make sure it’s not leaning on the wrong wall.” — Unknown

This episode is for those who know they need to take a much different path than they’ve been on. You may feel like you’re in a cul-de-sac and need to turn around and find another road. Perhaps you’re burned out, or are not joyful in your work. You may have done the same thing for a long time that they don’t know how to even imagine doing something else

In facing any significant transition it’s importance to create a mental game plan—truths you can remember. Here are five you can put on your wall or in your wallet.

  1. My profession is a daily choice. A words “chosen profession” reminds can remind you that the choice is yours and yours alone.
  2. My future comes one day at a time. Begin today to make the changes you want to see. Ask yourself, “Is this making more like the person I want to become?”
  3. Nothing of my past needs to be wasted. No matter how you feel about it, your past is not a waste. Every experience has the potential to serve your future.
  4. My courage will inspire others. When you express excitement about your future, others will come along to help. Few people want their friends to stay stuck.
  5. No one else can run my race, but I’m not alone. You’re not the first person to go through this. Nor the last.

This week’s Challenge Me:

Create your own mental game plan list of truths and post it. Review it. Act on it.

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