http://www.studymode.com/essays/Psychology-In-Everyday-Life-1510133.htmlhim just before he stuck his tongue to a freezing pole!) No, steer away from daring for daring’s sake. But… do dare yourself to step outside of your comfort zone just enough to shake things up. To do, be and gain more from your current circumstances. To follow your heart. To chase your dreams like you’re running a high-stakes race. To do those little and big things you’ve always wanted to do. To not settle. To try, just one more time. To never give up, even if you have to do a “work-around.”
3. Be Unique.
One of the hardest things about being an individual is… learning what is individual about you. You have to first understand that you are unique, that no one else is like you. In fact, every, single, little (and big) thing about you is what makes you individual by design. While you’re peering in the mirror long enough to understand what is different about you from – say – your mailman… or your sister… or your boss... pay particular attention to those things that make you smile. The things that make you feel proud. The things that, if observed in another person, would make you say, “Dang. S/he’s pretty together!”
No, don’t focus on your great bone structure (though you may be a knock-out!) or your perfectly-plucked brows. Look a little deeper. Notice your ability to connect with people. Or your sensitivity. Or your energy. Really notice those natural skills and talents that – if nurtured – will soon define you. Not only will outcomes and events in your life start to reflect your focus on your finer points, you’ll also start to notice, as Shakti Gawain, author of Creative Visualization, points out… “Like people” attract.
In other words, as you become your best self – good, positive, quality, successful people who are unique, themselves – in all kinds of wonderful ways – will want to be around you. A mistake a lot of people make is focusing on personal weaknesses, then trying...
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