7 Traits You Need To Have For A Highly Effective Mindset
Do You Have A Highly Effective Mindset?
Once your mindset changes, everything on the outside will change along with it.―Steve Maraboli
Today, I want to share with you “7 Traits of a Highly Effective Mindset”, by Marc and Angel…..ENJOY!
An effective mindset is one that makes the best use of available resources – your time, energy and efforts – and uses them to create positive change.
It’s not about trying to do everything and be everything; it’s making the very best of what you have while enjoying the process of living.
7 Traits Of A Highly Effective Mindset
1. Enjoys and appreciates the present moment.
- Happiness is a mindset that can only be designed into the present.
- The truth is, the greater part of your happiness or misery depends solely upon your attitude towards any given moment, regardless of the events contained within.
2. Connects inner purpose with outer effort.
- The most important thing you can know is what’s most important to you.
- Your purpose in life is to find your purpose and give yourself to it.
- Your purpose is your ‘why.’
3. Accepts and embraces great challenges.
- It’s not in the serenity of your comfort zone or the inactivity of a lazy day that drives greatness.
- Think about a day from your past that ended with a sense of satisfaction.
- It’s not a day when you lounged around with nothing to do; it’s a day you had more to do than seemed possible, and you did it.
- Without discipline, success is impossible, period.
- Discipline is choosing to do what you know must be done, as often and as long as required.
- It’s doing the thing you have to do whether you like it or not.
- Discipline allows you to control the course of your life.
- Whatever you set your sights upon, discipline is the vehicle that will get you there.
5. Remains positive and focused through failure.
- Regardless of what you’re trying to do – pay off debt, get in shape, start a business, make a difference in the world, etc. – you have already achieved something wonderful simply by putting forth a worthy effort.
- If things don’t work out as you had planned, hold your head up high and be proud of the progress you made.
- Then make the necessary adjustments and try again.
6. Filters and channels anger effectively.
- You must direct your anger towards specific problems that can be solved, not people or generalized situations.
- Look for answers and resolutions, not excuses and complaints.
7. Willingness and drive to help others.
- The most curing work is found in the challenge of helping someone who has less than you do.
- If you feel stuck in your life because you have lost your direction, shift your focus from your circumstances to the circumstances of those around.
As Gandhi once said, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
- Instead of asking, “What’s wrong with me?” ask, “How can I help you?”
- Find someone who could use an extra hand and make an offer they can’t refuse.
When your focus shifts from your own confusion and difficulties, to the confusion and difficulties of others, and you see yourself making a positive difference, it fills you with a sense of meaning and illuminates a clear path to a brighter future.
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