It’s not a race, it’s a journey.*
If this is true then everything changes.
We don’t have to give up if we can’t win. There’s just another stage of the journey. Every day a new opportunity
Ben Hardy points to journaling as the key to unlocking this. It’s astonishing what can happen when we start writing things down, how these change, what we can overcome, how we can recover. I’ll be returning to this in the next day or so. Hardy suggests journaling for gratitude:
“Gratitude is having an abundance mindset. When you think abundantly, the world is your oyster; there is limitless opportunity and possibility for you.”**
More important than beating the competition is is identifying the thing that sets your heart beating faster, finding the motivation to act, to keep journeying.
“The world is your oyster” is an interesting phrase. You might want to try two or three minutes of reflective journaling on it. See where it takes you. Reflective journaling is about opening your notebook and starting to write, ignoring punctuation, spelling, editing and structure. Just go with the flow.