HERE ARE WAYS TO REMOVE NEGATIVE ENERGY FROM YOUR LIFE TO CREATE ROOM FOR THE POSITIVE: 1. Make this a priority. It’s easy to say you’re going to do something and not follow through. Because until you make it a priority, it’s going to be a lingering thought in your head. Something you’d like to do, but not something you’re actually committed to. Write down why you’re doing this. Why it’s important to you. Why is removing negative energy from your life important to you? What will you gain from it? How will it help you get closer to your goals? 2. Be mindful of your words. Start writing down the thoughts you’re saying to yourself. What kind of words and phrases are you using? Are you constantly saying you can’t do something? Or it’s just “not for you”? If you repeat something enough times, you’ll start to believe it. Instead, work on empowering yourself. Remind yourself that you are capable and good things can happen to you too. Write down your goals and why they’re important to you. Be grateful for what already you have instead of always focusing on what you don’t. You can be grateful while working towards your goals. 3. Stop complaining and do something about it. This goes with being mindful with your words. You also have to be mindful of the energy you’re putting out and the energy you’re letting in. Energy is contagious - if you spend your time with people who act rather than sit around and complain about their situation all day, you’re going to become an action taker too. Because the truth is (and this is someone who loves to complain and play the “my life sucks and this is why” card) you don’t accomplish anything by sitting around and complaining except feeding your own ego. Hoping something will happen will not help make things happen. Taking action isn’t easy, but neither is feeling stuck and like nothing is “happening in your life”. Nothing is happening, because you’re not making it happen. 4. Be careful about who you choose to be around. Misery loves company, right? We’re the average of the 5 people we spend the most time with. The next time you’re around someone, take a look at how you feel before, during, and after seeing them.


HERE ARE WAYS TO REMOVE NEGATIVE ENERGY FROM YOUR LIFE TO CREATE ROOM FOR THE POSITIVE: 1. Make this a priority. It’s easy to say you’re going to do something and not follow through. Because until you make it a priority, it’s going to be a lingering thought in your head. Something you’d like to do, but not something you’re actually committed to. Write down why you’re doing this. Why it’s important to you. Why is removing negative energy from your life important to you? What will you gain from it? How will it help you get closer to your goals? 2. Be mindful of your words. Start writing down the thoughts you’re saying to yourself. What kind of words and phrases are you using? Are you constantly saying you can’t do something? Or it’s just “not for you”? If you repeat something enough times, you’ll start to believe it. Instead, work on empowering yourself. Remind yourself that you are capable and good things can happen to you too. Write down your goals and why they’re important to you. Be grateful for what already you have instead of always focusing on what you don’t. You can be grateful while working towards your goals. 3. Stop complaining and do something about it. This goes with being mindful with your words. You also have to be mindful of the energy you’re putting out and the energy you’re letting in. Energy is contagious - if you spend your time with people who act rather than sit around and complain about their situation all day, you’re going to become an action taker too. Because the truth is (and this is someone who loves to complain and play the “my life sucks and this is why” card) you don’t accomplish anything by sitting around and complaining except feeding your own ego. Hoping something will happen will not help make things happen. Taking action isn’t easy, but neither is feeling stuck and like nothing is “happening in your life”. Nothing is happening, because you’re not making it happen. 4. Be careful about who you choose to be around. Misery loves company, right? We’re the average of the 5 people we spend the most time with. The next time you’re around someone, take a look at how you feel before, during, and after seeing them.

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