It’s not always about what you’ve lost or what was taken but what you’ve convinced yourself you couldn’t have. It’s not so much the closed door but the closed mouth.

It’s not always about what you’ve lost or what was taken but what you’ve convinced yourself you couldn’t have. It’s not so much the closed door but the closed mouth. Click To Tweet

Many times we embark on new adventures, jobs, businesses, relationships, degrees, etc but we go into them after convincing ourselves that we don’t deserve the most out of it. We start jobs that don’t pay what we deserve or provide opportunity and the exchange isn’t worth the stress. We start businesses that we are not passionate about only to half convince someone else that it’s our purpose. We start relationships ignoring all the red flags expecting it to be better.

Why do we do this? Because we’ve convinced ourselves that how we are is how we will be and we won’t do the work to become who we were created to be. So it robs us of quality relationships, thriving businesses, promising jobs and the list goes on. You can do something about it.

You have to allow yourself to go through the necessary process of growth and that starts with introspection. I enjoy meditating and journaling. When the movie War Room was released I began keeping a prayer journal. It’s amazing to read my prayers and see how they’ve been answered. I also enjoy guided meditation and I’ve done Yoga a few times in my life. The key is to do what brings out the best in you.

Have you been cheating the process? What’s your plan to get back on track to get to that next level of growth?

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