Are you living or are you dying? Wake up and make a decision today. It could mean Life or Death. Your choice just might save your Life! Learn to really live a full, good, healthy life. Proactive living is a lifestyle. It is the kind of lifestyle that takes real commitment in order to really live it, and live it well. You'll need to make a clear choice, and commit to living it. Proactive living is living without regrets. Proactive living is taking responsibility for your life and everything that happens in your life.
Yeah, yeah, yeah people have problems. Stop dwelling on the problem and focus on the solutions. Stop making excuses and blaming everything bad that happens to you in your life on someone or something else. Okay, so maybe I can be a little sweeter in making my point, however this is a matter of Life or Death! I wanted to get your attention. Why do I care? I care because I want you to choose a Proactive Life. Letâ€™s break it down. Basically, proactive means creating or controlling a situation rather than just responding to it. The British act on wit, whereas Americans act on emotions. Now don't get me wrong, emotions are a good thing, what we must learn to use with our emotions is choice.
No one can live your life better than you can. No one else's life is better than your own. It is all within your perception. How do you see things? How do you see your life? How do you see yourself? Do you see the cup half-full or half-empty? Okay, so you had a hard childhood. Ninety percent of most of the world have had a rough childhood and or worst. As a person who can now choose to have a better life, wouldn't you choose to have a better life now? Living life without regrets means to forgive yourself and other's who have hurt you as you have perceived them to hurt you.
Begin to enjoy life by celebrating and being grateful for your very life, and all that has happened in your life. Think of your family and friends, think of those that have been there for you. Even those that seem to have been hard on you or possibly abused you, because what they have also done is built you up to be stronger without even realizing it. Remember pay back's a bitch and you don't even have to lift a finger. That's not your job. Your job is to live a full life and live it the best that you can without regret. Proactive living is just that. Doing what you love, going where you want to go, being who you want to be...yourself and loving it. You know you are living without regret when you are alive and enthralled with the engagement of the Dance of Life. You're enthusiastic, alert and in motion, actively living your life to the fullest.
Strategies for Proactive Living:
1.) Make a commitment. Commit Yourself to Proactive Living
2.) Realize past Pro-actions and make a list of things you've done that worked out for you and what your part was in making that happen.
3.) Have a zero tolerance to self-abuse, self-degradation and other's who would attempt to misuse you in any way. You can live without that, and live well.
4.) Notice the qualities of other Proactive people, these are the people you want to befriend. These are the people you want around you and in your life. Build your own support system with others living a Proactive Lifestyle.
5.) Be aware of when you are most Proactive and replay these moments in your mind whenever you're low on energy for a quick pick me up.
6.) Start where you are. It doesn't matter where you are in your life you can choose to be Proactive right now.
7.) Think Proactive Living. Be it, feel it, live it.
8.) Bring Proactive living into all your relationships, personal or professional. Breathe it.
Now start living your new lifestyle and as you do, make no excuses. Be true to you, and as you live this way notice your perception, notice what's different, notice what's better in your life. Notice what you attract. You'll find that you'll want to share it with the world.
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Gigi Iam lives in California, producing television, hosting, writing and creating empowering entertainment for this generation and gerations to come.
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