Your own worst enemy!

Thoughts about your own worst enemy…

Puzzling to realize that you yourself is your own worst enemy. I kept convincing myself why is that? Initially I was telling myself, so many people can be enemies, false friends who pretend to be friends not realizing they are envious… they have that “crab mentality.” Meaning Crab pulling down anyone who achieves or is about to achieve success greater than yours. This behavior takes its name from how crabs scramble to get out of a boiling pot by clambering on top of the others.

“Ego is the great enemy. Ego will hold you back every single time.” ― Nikki Sixx

“Maybe our greatest enemy isn’t the evil around us, but the evil inside us.”

Engaging in serious thinking these thoughts were born..

Who talks you out of more things than anyone else? Your spouse? Your parents? Your boss? Your lawyer? If you’re like most people, the answer probably is: yourself.

You have an “inner voice” that has opinions on everything you do. That inner voice has its own perspective on you as a person, and is acutely aware of your limitations and shortcomings. Every time you attempt to step out of your box, to try something new and challenging, that inner voice starts in on you. “You can never do that,” it says.

Well, that inner voice is wrong. You can do it if you set your mind to it, no matter what has happened in the past. In fact, your biggest obstacle is convincing yourself that you can. The first step in doing that is to acknowledge that the “inner voice” exists, and then take steps to counteract it.

The inner voice will always be there. You can’t get rid of it. But you can keep it from dominating your thoughts and actions by supplying yourself with plenty of positive input.

Get yourself around positive, future-oriented people. Read books, listen to tapes, talk back to the voice and say, “Yes I can!” Dwell on the possibilities, not the risks. Model the behavior of successful people. Take action toward your goals. Remind yourself of your accomplishments and of the challenges you’ve overcome in the past. Write down your goals and review them at least once a day. Find your purpose in life keep yourself focused on it.

You can accomplish great things if you’ll just let yourself do it.

Published by thetimessite

I’m the founder of Enjoy Weekend Guide. Running multiple businesses has its challenges, yet I love it. I’m also the CEO/Founder of Mountain Creek Coffee, family- owned business. So just a little about me and my endeavors that keep me busy.

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