Mindset Leads you to Success
Figuring out how to be more effective with how we work, relate and live is also neither simple nor clean. But it doesn’t have to be as complicated as we tend to make things out to be. As a society, we love to analyze, over analyze and then add some analysis on top. Should I? Could I? Did I? What if? Yeah but, no but, yeah but… No. what if we could simplify the sausage-making of living our lives more fully, with greater authenticity and increased mindful intention?
Enter into a game “candy crush”—it’s become popular in all phones or tech world. It’s simply thinking what to move in to just solve the problem to complete the said level especially if the game is in timing. The challenges in the game are so exciting and you are excited to play the next level to discover more challenges within the games. This is how you can figure out your life is, it's just like a game where in you can truly see exactly what's happening to yourself. It was only a matter of time to analyze what you are doing and to do before it is too late because time is gold and time is running so fast, only that we just seeing our life went old without nothing.
For many of us who are tired of people asking us, “What do you want?” or “What’s your passion?” we have exhausted brains coming up with what we “should” be doing. We think and think and think and try and try and try, yet we haven’t quite figured out our passion, or we cannot quite figure out how to do it. By using the elegant framework of mind set, instead of complicating an already-complex situation called life, we can be better about finding an elegant solution by asking the right questions to meet our real needs.
There is a lot to listen, listen to your parent's advice, to your educator, anyone who is professional and the most important is listen to yourself. One of the key tenets of mindset is empathy. That is, to truly understand what yourself needs rather than what we assume that person needs. It is the first step to understand the root issue that needs to be solved. Similarly, we must begin by being empathetic with ourselves. Yet we are often our own worst critics. If we turn an empathetic ear and truly listen to ourselves without judgment or criticism (You want to be a doctor? Tell me more...), we might just get a better idea of what our true selves want—not what someone else (including your own critics) tells you what you want or don’t want.
2. Question your answer
We often declare something we want, but we are not doing it right away. In fact, we are always delaying it rather we just do the easy ones or because there are a lot of things we are doing and not figuring out that it is forgotten. Sometimes, we can’t figure out how to get it or why we’re having trouble getting it. What we think is the answer may in fact only be the starting point, a question that needs to be getting attention seriously. This is where we can put our minds and time in order to fulfill it. For instance, in slicing onion, we all aware that onion makes us tears and not feeling good whenever slicing it. Instead to continue, "can you slice this please" we often telling to a sister or mother to do it for you. Instead of you are the one who discovers another layer of the onion but not you exactly. Wherein in those struggles, you can find yourself to be more good in it, and to become the expert. When in time also in our job, we want to be promoted but if you see someone who is not doing a job, you always complaining, you are not doing your time well in the work and so much more. So, how you could be entitled to your dreams. If experiencing so busy in the work, you wanted to quit and find a new job. We declare these statements as our goals but get stuck in achieving them. Instead, consider the why. Why a new job? Why a promotion? What is the root issue behind the declaration? Perhaps we don’t really want a new job, but we’re seeking growth and meaning in our work that we’re not currently finding. Is a new job the only solution or are there other things we can try without leaving our current job? Reframing the issue can help unpack the real question and help us move forward.
ASK MORE QUESTIONS TO YOURSELF?
- what do I really want in Life?
- is this the life I want?
- what should I do for my next step?
- am I going to do the same thing for the next 5 years?
3. Stop trying. Keep doing
When new things come in our ways, we always say, "I will try". Of course in the very first place, it is normal for us to say we will try it but Can we say "I will do it"? in the second time. That's the mind set. This mindset motivates us to do our very best in that set of new things. And if we did it, never stop do it until you succeeded. when you succeed, still do not stop because life never stops only if you were gone.
4. Reveal your Personalities and Potential
Once you've figured out what success means to you, you can build the rest of your goals from there. Usually, you'll have two or three primary goals that allow you to achieve your definition of success, such as achieving a certain amount of wealth or stabilizing your business. Each of those goals will have several smaller goals it depends on, and so on. The key to staying motivated in the face of adversity or unanticipated challenges is contextualizing those shortcomings. Your definition of success also dictates your definition of failure--you've only failed if you've given up on achieving success. For example, if your definition of success is stabilizing your own business and your first business files for bankruptcy, you can't call that a true failure; you still have a chance to build a new business that leads you to your definition of success. Taking charge of your own professional destiny with a unique definition of success will put you on the true path to satisfaction. For some, success means earning a specific amount of money or achieving a certain level of power, but for most people, those achievements won't result in satisfaction. Understanding what really satisfies you is the key to building and pursuing goals that truly matter, and grounding your temporary setbacks with context and understanding.
5. Create what you want in Life
I believe each of us is born with a life purpose. Identifying, acknowledging and honoring this purpose is perhaps the most important action successful people take. They take the time to understand what they're here to do, and then they pursue that purpose with passion and enthusiasm. If you don't know what you're supposed to be doing, tune into the signals around you. Looking toward others for help and guidance is helpful, but don't forget to stay tuned into yourself—your behavior, attitude, likes and dislikes, and life experiences. Identify what's working and what isn't. If you need to, write it all down. You might be surprised by what you discover. One of the main reasons why most people don't get what they want is they haven't decided what they want. They haven't defined their desires in clear and compelling detail. What does success look like to you? Not everybody's definition of success is the same, nor should it be. Don't let your inner devil's advocate (or that incessant but unimportant To Do list) inhibit you from dreaming big. As soon as you commit to a big dream and really go after it, your subconscious creative mind will come up with big ideas to make it happen. You'll start attracting the people, resources, and opportunities you need into your life to make your dream come true. Big dreams not only inspire you, but they also compel others to want to play big, too.