If you always do what you always do, you will always end up with what you’ve got. I want to encourage you to try new ways of doing things. If you are unhappy with yourself, your circumstances, or your situation, it’s time to do some self-evaluation. Have you ever wondered why this is far more easily said than done?
Well, there are a few things that can hinder change.
One is AGE. Generally younger people (young adults) tend to be more out going than older people. Older people (adults) tend to be set in their ways, and in some cases, they become complacent. Please understand that there is an underlying difference between being content and being complacent.
Being content means that you are at peace and comfortable with your situation. Being complacent means that you are dissatisfied with your situation and your achievements.
People often find themselves affected by complacency because of reason number two: FEAR. Many older people may fear starting over, which results in complacency, finding themselves stuck, and saying to themselves things such as “I’m too old to start over.” But, starting over is for anyone who is breathing, and as long as you are living, you can always live a better life for yourself. Nerves happen to us all no matter our age. However, the Bible says that God does not give us a spirit of fear. So, we have to know that this thing “fear” is a spirit that comes up against us. Then, not only do we have to understand but also recite that “God” says He does not give us that spirit. The only way to face fear is by beating it to the door. Just stand up firm against that thing, and call it what it is. It’s never too late to become who you could have been.
So, if we’re not afraid, and not kept in bondage by age, then what else can stop us from change?
Last but not least is number three: CLARITY OF PURPOSE. This is the handicap of success and life fulfillment. We all have a purpose. Some of you were born with a skillful talent, and you have exercised that talent throughout your lives: singing, dancing, playing a sport, or artistry. But what about, those of you who don’t see your special skill right away? How can you find your clarity of purpose? You can start by asking yourself “What makes my heart smile?”, “What do I enjoy doing in my spare time?”, “Who are the people I look up to, and why?”, “If money was not an object, what would I be doing, and why?”
These simple yet effective questions can help you get into line with your purpose. However, you’re going to have to take bold actions towards it. Purpose is usually something we find along the way; even though God created us for a purpose (and so our purpose was created before us), it’s up to us to dig deeper and find it. It’s time for you to live out your best life.
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