Changing one’s outlook on life begins with oneself

There must be something greater in life.

I had no idea where I was going three years ago. Both my sense of self and my motivation had vanished. Following the same routine every day and sticking it out. Trying to please everyone while simultaneously pleasing no one.

The only thing I had to do was be myself, but figuring out how to accomplish that was a major issue. Back then, I would have answered “I have no idea” to the questions “What would you love?” or “What is your purpose?”

The thought that “life has got to be better than this” was resurfacing at the moment. Actually, I was right; it is.

Therefore, I made a decision to alter my situation. I yearned for a new perspective on life. So I enrolled in a class where I was the focus of attention.I am, in fact, educating myself.

So, this is what went down. My outlook on life shifted from one of barely holding on to one of thriving. from a sense of “just enough” to one of abundant supply. I went from being a cynic to someone who joyfully anticipates the arrival of good things.

The daily grind is not mandatory, as I have discovered. The daily grind of work is not inevitable. It is possible to discover your life’s calling and to lead a life of extraordinary quality.

Changing one’s outlook on life begins with oneself. When you commit to learning on your own, you open yourself up to new possibilities. Your outlook changes, your horizons widen, and you realize that everything is feasible.

Asking yourself, “What would I love?” “What are my goals?” and “What is my purpose?” and coming up empty will tell you it’s time for a change.

Figure out how to stop letting life happen to you and start making it happen. I can help you find motivation for a life of significance. Please feel free to reach out to me here to set up some time to chat.