11 Things You Need To Remind Yourself With Every Morning








Thoughts are powerful. One single powerful thought can make your whole day, so never underestimate your thoughts, below are some things you need to tell yourself first thing in the morning to keep up the motivation:



1- What are the dreams I'm living for?


When looking for motivation, ask yourself first what are the dreams and goals that you needed motivation for. We often look for motivation without a targeted goal! So start by visualizing your dreams and setting goals and plan of action to reach those dreams.



2- It's worth the pain:

Remember nobody said it’d be easy, but it’s definitely worth it. 
It’s normal for us to resist change, because we like to feel comfortable, we like to see the future clear in front of us, and change often means that will be in a discomfort, trying to adapt to new ways. But only if you desire to raise, you’ll have to bear the pain of change.





3- I don't need others approval to feel good about myself:



Life is too short to wait for others' approval. Count yourself as fortunate if you’re ready to transform yourself and your life, but make sure your life is changed by your choices, not because someone else thinks that it’s a great idea.





4- I don't mind to feel discomfort:



We're not supposed to deny our moods, our feelings or our problems, we should admit it, then try to do something about it, but sometimes we need to let go, sometimes the best thing you can do, is to just keep yourself busy. Fake it until you make it! You can’t work only when you feel like it, you’ll have to push yourself.



5- I don't need the perfect moment to do it:



Do it now, you don't have to be in the mood to do what you have to do and you won’t know how ready you are until you do it. Don't wait for the perfect moment, make the moment perfect.



6- I'm not what I used to be yesterday:




Make it a goal to be every day better than the day before. Keep in mind that we can always change. Change might not happen over a night, but time will pass anyway.



7- I'm allowed to make mistakes:

You're not supposed to be perfect, but you're supposed to learn and to grow up, and this happens only when you dare to try and to make mistakes.

Don't hold yourself from living just because you're afraid that you may make a mistake, the biggest regret isn't making a mistake, but not trying just because you're afraid that you make one. Let it be and take the responsibility of your outcomes, you're strong and you can fix whatever comes up.



8- It’s okay to be afraid, as long as I'm not going to run away:




We keep telling ourselves constantly to stay strong, not to stress about things and to stop worrying. We make these resolutions, then, once we find ourselves facing a challenge, we get disappointed because we couldn’t hold onto those resolutions. Well, it doesn't matter if you were strong or not, if you stressed out or not. What does matter is that you didn't run away and you stood for yourself however afraid you felt.



9- The world owes me absolutely nothing:

It’s easy to go on blaming the world for the life you’re living. You go thinking that “Surely someone has to be the reason why you live the life you’re living” and blaming the world seems like a good alternative to blaming yourself. The truth, however, is that no one is to be blamed. The world doesn’t owe you anything at all, whatever you had been given isn’t a plain right, it was something to be grateful for. On the other hand, not having it, isn’t unfair.

And you shouldn’t blame yourself, because blaming can only down you and make you feel depressed thus unable to do anything to change the situation. Instead, acknowledge your mistakes or your dissatisfaction with the current situation and figure out, rationally, what can be done to make things better.



10- I don’t need more to be happy:

We’re knocking doors from the inside, looking for happiness elsewhere, when all the time it’s right in us. You only feel happy truly when you feel grateful. This means feeling contented and satisfied with what you have right now.



11- We all make choices, but in the end my choices make me:

We keep complaining and whining about how hard life is. We believe that we’re living our circumstances, but the truth is, we’re living our choices. Because it’s not about the circumstances, but your response to those circumstances is what defines the quality of your life.








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