Eliminating Our Excuses #16 “It’s My Personal Family History”

by on 29/11/09 at 2:22 am

sqidFam“It’s my personal family history” Is the sixteenth of my series of the eighteen excuses people most commonly use, consciously or unconsciously that can slow down or eliminate their chance of becoming successful. Mind Set is a very substantial part of success development. That through strategies like this and Personal Development can be made a lot easier.

The fact is you have always had a place in your family that can never change. You’re the oldest, youngest, middle, only this can never change, you are where you are. It is all in the past yet it’s all over now. Acknowledge this and then move into the present moment of your life. Your family history is a blessing because it is exactly what you had to go through to end up where you are.

If you think about it that can only makes sence. If you had been born into a different status in your family, at a different time or a different family all together how could you be you?

What is important no is that you have the ability to move on from this if you are willing to explore the good or the strength you acquired from any situation. Revisit the experiences you had as a child no matter how painful they were.

You didn’t have the ability to deal with them as a child but you do now. Be in a state of gratitude for the parts of you that survived it and still want to grow and evolve. I hope this mind set strategy aids your personal development in your quest for success!

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