Are You Ready To Drop “Negativity Learning”?

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Are you ready to drop negativity learningOnce you start self-development journey, you begin to learn about benefits of various negative experiences. Universal Laws explain negative experiences and failures as contrast, a way to point you in wanted direction. Moreover, as you can remember things are not right or wrong, they just are. Somehow we people like to divide things to know the difference.

Every experience is valuable, and it is your decision how you will use it. If you decide to master self-development tools and condition your mind to perceive failures as a valuable learning experience, it will make you well equipped for many challenges. 

However, as you become better and better “student” you will come to the point where it is time to become figuratively speaking “a teacher.” At a certain point, you will be ready to “walk without falling” and “succeed without failing.” It is a time when you are mature enough to say “no” to certain things because you have many battles in your career to transform all your learning from negativity into wisdom.

People who decide to use wisdom consciously will express affirmations like: I do not need negative experience for learning how to close good deals, choose the right partner, have a good family relationship, have better health, etc.. I know who I am and how to make the right decision at first.

Of course, people who are determined to leave learning from negativity and apply wisdom into their daily experiences have a wide range of good qualities and skills as:

  • positive daily rituals as meditations, affirmations, tapping, exercise, etc..

  • self-discipline,

  • self-confidence,

  • have clear goals, life purpose, and a not-to-do list,

  • empathy and assertiveness,

  • always look for inspiratory people,

  • pay attention to self-talk,

  • always talk in presence without the necessity to speak about past failures or successes,

  • cherish and love life knowing that they are part of something bigger than themselves.

Yes, there is a quite work to do and person to become, but it is worth it. As you can see, it takes the time to build skills, to develop mental strength for success and remove limiting beliefs. However, once you have mastered enough lessons from negative experience, you can begin to avoid similar patterns consciously. It will be inspiring to apply all of the learned experience or better to say wisdom to create life. That is the point when everything goes with the flow

The good news is that you can start right now. Choose one part of your life in which you had the most negative experiences. Give yourself time to analyze why you had those negative experiences so many times. What do you see as a repeated pattern? What were the most valuable lessons you have learned from those experiences? After you are aware of everything you have gone through, it is time to make a conscious decision how you want to act in the next situation. You set control questions and put it into your mind as MUST HAVE before you decide to make some decision, act in a certain way, or anything else. As you do this exercise, you will get clear and unique answers that match your experience. And next time, you will be proud of yourself because you did not have to go through the negative experience to get what you want.

What can you do next?

1. Be AWARE of your words.
2. Read more about a not-to-do list.
3. JOIN the  FREE event for goal success.
4  SEE the message FOR YOU.

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