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THE TREADMILL OF LIFE

Posted by Lee Anne Bartlett on 22 February 2011
THE TREADMILL OF LIFE

Most people get up everyday and do the same routine; they eat the same thing for breakfast, drive the same way to work, eat the same thing for lunch, drive the same way home, hop into bed the at same time and then do it all over again, again and again. Basically living inside their box, not wanting to deter from what is comfortable, what is safe.

The main problem with this is there is a universal law in life… you are either evolving or you are dissolving! Nothing ever stays the same.

So if you are doing the same thing day in and day out and you are not changing, not growing, not evolving… guess which way your life is going? Yep, Dissolving.

Now I know no one would choose for their life to dissolve on purpose, most people are doing this by default, as they don’t realize that if you are not improving, growing and learning that things don’t stay the same. You will find that these people seem to also find themselves always having large adversities thrown at them, things that hit them for a six… which, because they aren’t prepared, often send them further down the hole.

To ensure that you are always evolving in life and not dissolving, keep in mind the following things…

  • Change it up… get up earlier, go to bed later, drive to work a different way… do something spontaneous
  • Use personal development to work on your mindset… always look for ways to improve yourself
  • Mastermind with others, throw ideas around, take ideas and advise from others

 
Do what you can to help others get off the treadmill of life! Have some fun! There is no better time than now!

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