“There is a giant asleep within everyman,
when the giant awakes, miracles happen” – Frederick Faust
Ultimately what matters is what you think about yourself, how you think about yourself, and how you see yourself. Most of our limitations are psychological in nature, therefore much of your conflict comes from the limits you have created within yourself.
Be yourself, become the observer of your life, learn to create your life from the perspective of the observer. Experience is relative to you, it’s your life.
If you are afraid to change, you will not learn to believe in yourself. You will be acting from a level where you doubt your abilities. Doubt is just a word that explains the desire not to participate in life. It is a barrier in the brain, it prevents you from changing.
More than ever the world needs you to live up to your potential and become who you are meant to be. Human beings can’t help it; we yearn for the feeling to belong to something. Whether it is an organization, religion, or simply a group of like minded people. At a deep level we have the need to belong to something we perceive greater than us, and have the urge to contribute in our own special way.
Doesn’t matter if you think you can make a difference; the reality is that we live in very special times, with the ability to connect with no geographical boundaries. Right now you have all the tools at your disposal to contribute something meaningful on a global scale. You just need to develop the power to believe in your self and your vision. If you don’t have a vision start contemplating what your unique valuable contribution can be. People need you to lead; all that’s missing is you, your vision, and your passion.
Begin today working and developing your vision, your passion, and your influence. You can start in baby steps with time it will begin to take shape into something workable and very meaningful. If you stay true to yourself and abilities it will prove to be valuable to whoever resonates with what you are doing.
People Always Need Something To Believe In
I believe this is because the majority of the population has not yet acquired the tools and wisdom to believe in themselves. This is why someone who believes in themselves and in what they are doing is always in demand.
Leadership is about creating change you can believe in. If deep down to the core of your being you don’t believe in yourself, how can you really every create change that will affect others? Before you change the world you need to change yourself. Here is the exciting part you can change easily if you approach your identity as something that is fluid and in constant flux. Keep updating the ideas you have about yourself and the world in a meaningful way, just watch how you become what you desire to be by realizing your true nature.
The more you change the ideas you have about your self, the more your vision will begin to take tangible shape. You practice what you preach, it’s all in your actions. Lead by example: inspire, awaken, energize, excite, invigorate, motivate, and move your followers around your idea.
What You Need
1. A shared Interest: Become a leader within your interests and the things you enjoy doing.
2. A way to communicate: The Internet and all the new social web mediums have made location a non issue. You have no excuse now on why you can’t connect with like minded people. It is easier than ever to create your tipping point. Who knows maybe your contribution never get’s noticed, but now the potential to make a global impact rests on the shoulder of anyone who is willing to try.
The point I want to make is that as long as you really learn to believe in yourself and attempt to create something your proud of, you now have everything your need to create something that can be far bigger than yourself. The only way this can happen though is by first believing and creating change in your self.
“The only goal worth attaining is complete freedom to be yourself, without illusions and false beliefs” -Deepak Chopra
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