Bulet proof Mind
S1: Part and parcel of having a Bulletproof mindset is knowing our purpose in
life. It can be realistic, like getting a house; or it can be something that seems a
bit harder to accomplish – like becoming a millionaire.
S2: When it comes to our lives, everyone should have a purpose. Purpose is the
motivation that keeps us fighting and going. Without purpose, life becomes
Decisive people attract success. This is the law of attraction at work. No one became successful because they sat around, thinking the world was going to fall apart around them.
One key element of decisiveness is confidence. By exuding confidence in whatever that you do, you will find yourself more likely to succeed. Even if you fail, you’ll learn from your mistakes and imagine yourself succeeding the next time you try.
Taking risks is also another key element of decisiveness. However, you can’t just recklessly go into anything. Potential risks must be weighted and calculated beforehand
An example would be when asking for a raise. Before you act, think about the best time to do it. If profits are down and the boss is in a sour mood, don’t ask. Save the asking for when your boss is in a better mood, and not overwhelmed.
: Have a brighter outlook on the past, and then focus on the now. Also, don’t focus too much on the future. Over thinking outcomes can cause you to back away from taking a risk.
Step out of your comfort zone. You might think that working that boring job every day is fine because you’re familiar with it and it gives you financial peace of mind. However, if you are unhappy and stuck doing the same thing for the rest of your life, you’ll live your life with nothing but regrets.
Also, be positive, but also be realistic. Being optimistic is great, but positive thinking will not make you invincible. Consider possible consequences.
: Now our purposes in life may seem hard to accomplish. Ignore those feelings; they are just noises that distract you from reaching your purpose. Any purpose that is scientifically possible is possible. And even if you don’t reach your goal, the journey can teach you something.