Changing Your Perception

There’s an expiry date in holding
your parents accountable for
everything that’s happened to you.
J.K. Rowling

What are you doing with your life? Are you doing something just for the money, living Thoreau’s “life of quiet desperation”? Or are you doing what you’re doing because it’s ethical, moral, and you serve a community? Are you doing work that builds your self-esteem?

Chances are you’ve long passed the age where you can hold your parents accountable for the direction – and outcome – of your life. You are now responsible for one thing: the understanding that you can make a change. You can change the way you’re perceived and the way you perceive yourself. yes – you have three sides when it comes to perception:

  1. the way you are perceived
  2. the way you want to be perceived
  3. the way you perceive yourself

Interestingly, these three sides very rarely fall into alignment.

The good news is that you can change your perception. You can change your processes.

But first, you have to know what you want. You have to know what you need, want, and desire. You must be clear about what your dream is, as well as what you deliver – or will deliver – to the world. This clarity is the basis for your happiness. Without it, you will struggle. You will live that life of quiet desperation. You will never achieve your greatest potential.

So what do you want to do with your life? What is your passion? What is your purpose? And how do you want the world to perceive you? If you don’t know – it’s time to figure it out. And if it’s something other than what you’re doing right now, it’s time to change your path and your processes.

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Steven Leeds - February 26, 2018 Reply

It has been one of my most difficult challenges to let go of “the parental baggage” I have carried around with me for so long.

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