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Fear contra the courage taking decisions

September 4, 2011

Which is bigger? Fear to take decisions or the fear of losing security?
What does security mean?  What is still safe? We live in a time of change and the only constant is change.
We are now hardly working as our parents did, more than 30 or even 40 years for one employer. Rarely, we are spared to get a second job, if we continue as an employee, want to enjoy the apparent safety. Often enough we are forced to change our profession because of disease or allergy. Unemployment is another reason to switch jobs.
On the other hand, young graduates are worn put by working 70 hours per week. They earn good money, but have no time to spend it. The family planning cannot take place because there is not enough time to meet a partner and to nurture the relationship. The reality of young physician assistants, young leaders in management and police officers is also very alarming.

 

Not only working twice as much per week, but on top is the enormous stress which builds up fear of doing something wrong. How long will the joy received in the profession remain?
They are bound to illness and burnout. Burnout is hitting even younger people.

 

Burnout should be taken seriously. However, should it be a part of professional life? Bullying is often the trigger for burnout. And after burnout bullying comes again because the person is less resilient.
How long will you endure your professional situation? Is it worth the security of retirement? Is it more precious than a happy and healthy life? Those who know what burnout is can no longer simply return to the old rat race. This is however expected from the colleagues and they are easily an outsider in the team.
More and more people stuck in temporary contracts and have little chance of a permanent contract. With The frequent change of companies and locations, they have no chance of a normal family life. In the schools young teachers are on temporary contracts. This means a constant start for teachers and students. Frustration and illness are the answer.
Does this really imply security?
As long as you are looking for securities on the outside, you will not find any security. Security you can only discover and cultivate inside of you.
You only reach real security if you can conquer the fear. Because then you can live in peace with yourself and the world. Only then you will also experience long-term success.

 

Get to know your fears. Then you’ll find that they rarely have to do something with your life reality. Fear is Mind Cinema! But nevertheless, it determines your life!

 

Which decision do you need to take urgently??

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Give up being satisfied…..

August 30, 2011

 

Satisfaction is not a virtue that leads to success. Satisfaction is counterproductive as you stop moving forward in life. Satisfaction can keep you in your comfort zone. Our subconscious mind tries to keep us there ever since, because it does not know anything else.
So if you want to be successful in life and reality is not quite as satisfying as you want, you have to get out of your comfort zone and set higher goals. This is the only way to give your subconscious new content.
Our subconscious mind has stored mainly what we have experienced prenatally until our seventh year of age. These include the emotions and spoken content of our parents, grandparents and other people who were important at that age for us. There your fears and concerns have their origin.
We feed our subconscious with content that it will recognize and solidify this information. You and your subconscious live a symbiotic relationship. Only if you recognize these believes and leave behind, you can actively take new ideas strengthen them with deep feelings and you have a chance to change things. If you leave it up to your subconscious mind, 96% of your thoughts come from your sub consciousness. We think mostly passively.
Then we feed our subconscious with
– Television and radio broadcasts, which have to do with the stored contents.
– Books and newspapers we read.
– Your beliefs that have their origin in the subconscious mind.
You and your subconscious are a good team. If you want to change something, you have to be active and lead your life consciously.
So never be never satisfied with what you have achieved, just be grateful. Leave your comfort zone and define major goals. You can achieve anything, because we are part of the creative force. Have the courage to be greater than your subconscious mind.
Satisfaction as a general mood is captive. “Actually, I feel pretty good.” And what does actually mean? Does it hold you back because of the fear of change? Where are your expectations?
If you are satisfied connected with gratitude, then you reach peace within yourself. It will not prevent you from wanting more in life and to stay in the flow.
Gratitude is the most intensive energy. What you are grateful for, you automatically draw more of that into your life.

Which is your way

 

Have courage to take decisions

August 14, 2011

If you define your goals and then filter out the 5 most important goals, you can develop your vision.
To develop visions and to define the goals one way how you wish to implement your vision, is one thing. Crucial is whether you have the courage to make decisions and changes can take place.

Remember always that you are responsible for your life, so only you can take the appropriate decisions. Decisions are necessary if you want to move forward. Because if you stay where you are now, you will achieve no other results!

In other words, if you’re not satisfied with your reality, you have to change something. This may mean separating yourself from certain life circumstances:
– From a job that you does no longer satisfy you, but rather make you sick.
– From your job if it is not the purpose of your current life.
– From a job that is holding you in your comfort zone.

– From a relationship/ marriage that has been stagnating for years, and rather make you sick.
– From a relationship/ marriage where you and your spouse became strangers and cannot communicate anymore.
– From a relationship/marriage that does not allow simultaneous growth. If your partner /spouse wants you to stay the person he / she has known or married, you cannot grow.

– From life circumstances that keep you where are and you cannot grow.
– From friends who just accept you as you were and will not accept you otherwise.
– From parents who live nearby and cannot let you go or become an adult.
– From people who think only negative.
If you want different results, you cannot avoid making decisions that could change your life. When do you want to start? If not now, when?
Goals and visions must be lived; otherwise you’ll never reach them.

Only you can decide which way to go