Why People Fail To Achieve What They Want In Life
Do you ever feel block in some circumstances, or any moment that you slow down yourself from doing what you know you have and wanted to do?
Could you imagine a scenario like this in your personal life when you feel held back from acting at your normal best?
You’re wondering why people fail to achieve what they want in life?
Most of the time we lost faith in our ability, and not confident enough to take ourselves to the next point of our daily activities, we afraid of being the judge.
We get in a stage of seeing ourselves unable to do what we wanted to do. We see there are close limitations from reaching some of the things that we have in mind.
So What Prevent Us from getting what we Want in Life…?
Whatever we think about, we can feel it and when we can feel it we believe it.
What so ever we do, we use our thinking to process it. Some people have and need long time to think about.
And others have a rush-thinking process that takes just very few short periods of time to think.
No matter if you are fast or slow thinking in the process, the real things are anyhow you use your thinking to lead you to the exact action or the response you are going to take.
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It’s absolutely true many of us have been thought and experiences everything that were converted in shortage from having and reaching the abundance.
We have learned that most of the things are available in a small portion.
That we cannot have everything that we want. And the big lie is that there are certain status that are impossible to attained because we should or shouldn’t.
As we grow, there is a big loss in self-belief.
Our faith of aiming some of the things that appear big is decreasing because we had been conditioning that we will never be able to achieve a big dream.
And we stop completely from acting at the best performance.
We fail always to give the maximum of energy in our job, career and in our daily routine task.
We lose to have the right attitude, the right approach that is the essence of the world-class performer and producer.
“People are not lazy. They simply have impotent goals – that is, goals that do not inspire them.” – Tony Robbins
We become so lazy in even doing what we already know how to do. It likes having a decease knowing that we are not good enough, we do believe don’t that we don’t have enough ability to get things done.
In the other hand, some people have a story that they drag for whole life why they cant have, do or be what they really want and needs.
Stories that stop any realization of what is matter to them.
Usually, they have specific languages, saying why they cannot, or I am that way for that reason they don’t have this or that and they even try few things but no actually make any difference.
The reality is after we try once or two times doing a thing that is not working we automatically come up with those reasons why and why and why we cannot.
The belief that we have after experience so many fall back, smashed and fails to achieve our task, we give up because we feel that we can coop with the obstacle that we face,
because of that the belief we gain from not being able to do something strengthen our mind to perceive this thought often in our head.
That is why we always repeat the same negativity words in our conversation with others.
And for a full day with just complaining, whining instead of seeking for a new way, new direction, new strategy to get ourselves more into action that conduct to the end of the good result.
Our limiting beliefs have been shaping by the dogma of others that power and authority or someone that had a major impact on our early stage of growth.
And specifically this practical in childhood development.
We have been conditioning by the decision of our parents, peer groups and other problems that sometimes affecting us and create a big impact on our lives in an indirect way.
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Human being has so much within them that we use only 2 percent of the capacity of functioning to our brain. We can do much more than we think we can. And we have so much great potential to accomplish whatever we think about.
As Napoleon Hill said: “Whatever your mind can conceive it can be achieved.”