Every sentence and every word I write, I’m not trying to impress you, I’m trying to impress upon you. My primary objective is to align my experiences and my realizations into a permanent placement within my reader’s, viewer’s, and follower’s minds. With every article and production I release, let it serve you as a mirror. Mistakenly some may say, “Why a mirror? Those aren’t special, I even have one in my bathroom.” But the truth of the matter is that the mirror you’re thinking of only reflects on your outwardly appearance.
The mirror I represent is much more than that. The mirror I represent is a mirror into your mind — the place that every action you’ve ever taken had originated from. The reason I represent an interpersonal reflection within you is due to the fact that by revealing what lies underneath, it will allow you to realize that your outwardly actions and experiences directly result from within. For example: When you think of change, what comes to mind? It may be a change in technology. Maybe a change in your appearance over the years. Whatever the case, chances are you weren’t thinking of change on a mental standpoint. Heck, if you’re anything like me, maybe the change you were thinking of was the type of change that’s rattling around in your pocket right now. Regardless of any form of change you can possibly think of, one thing remains in common with all of them, they all produce/produced some sort of result and outcome. And as most of us know, change can be good and it can also be bad, it’s not bias by any means. So now that we’re all on the same page, you may still be wondering; why am I trying to reflect and impress upon your inwardly appearance? It’s simple — the things you’re attempting to change within your life must first be initiated at the source; your mind.
Without the movement of your mindset, nothing will ever begin to develop. You have the choice to change anything in your life at any given moment, it’s just that some of these choices may take longer to reveal and perpetuate themselves than others; especially if they’re major changes. You see, it’s easy to become distracted by the illusion of change, particularly if you begin seeing it rapidly progress. And oftentimes, it’s only the minor change that begin to produce the quickest results, thus giving the illusion that your minor changing in life has produced a major impact. Although it’s the truth of the matter that’s best said by one of my favorite life coaches, Tony Robbins. He said, “people major in minor things.” Do you understand? Instead of persisting with a major change in life, most people sell themselves short unknowingly because they’re thinking that their minor changes are actually major because they “produce results”. For Example: If you’re looking to lose some extra weight for the summer, you may begin planning to diet healthy and exercise regularly. It’s very unlikely that you’ll start to see the results in one week, let alone one month.
But by trusting in the process, you will begin seeing results and become healthier in the long run. On the other hand, if you don’t begin seeing those results, you may begin to think that the strategy you’re using isn’t working. This may cause unorthodox and unhealthy forms of weight loss. To take it to the extreme, if you became anorexic, you’d start seeing quick results; but it would be physically unhealthy to your body. These minor changes and their quick results are equally as unhealthy on a mental level. You’ve got to come to the realization that you must change your mind in order to change your life. Anything that’s worth it to you has to be worth the struggle. Anything that’s worth it to you has to be worth the hustle, the time, and the proper execution in a major way if you want major change.