Now that I’ve taken an active step in trying to transform my life and be the best person that I can be, I thought I would write them down (being a compulsive list-maker and anxiety-ridden, I like to write things down so it is clear, concise and not a jumble of mess in my head).
I thought I’d do a very brave thing in today’s post which will leave me feeling completely vulnerable, but it is only a way in which to view results and to witness how my attitude has changed over the last few weeks.
Brian Tracy wrote the 7 Keys to a Positive Personality. They are:
1. Positive Self-Talk – Control your inner dialogue and say affirmations.
2. Visualize – Get a clear picture of your ideal life.
3. Positive People – Surround yourself with positive people.
For once in my life, I’ve chosen to turn bad experiences into good ones by thinking positively and by rather realising that terrible and hurtful things that people tend to do is of no reflection of ones self, but rather of them.
Four months ago, all I wanted was him out of this country. Tonight, I say goodbye with a sadness in my heart. I am not only saying goodbye to a wonderful human but also someone that symbolises something so important to me – how I can evolve passionately as a person.
I get paid tomorrow and I’ve given myself one more month to ~not save~ before I need to pay for next years’ studies, a flight home etc. I’ve been wanting an iPad for absolutely no reason except just to have one and I also like to just have the money to use on whenever I want – but no, I’ll be spending it differently.
I recently watch a TED Talks video about “Fake it till you make it.” – It was about how body language can determine how confident you are and just by faking a simple posture or acting as though you are confident in the way that you resume yourself, can trick the mind into thinking we are confident, until one day – we actually are.