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Change the World. Change Your Mind.

Change your thoughts to make a positive impact to the world.

Change your thoughts to make a
positive impact to the world.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

The biggest tool in your life is changing the way you think. The illusions in our life are often our negative perspective, the amount of time we spend worrying and the concept that we are owed something.

In reality the top three things we can work to make our life (and our world) better include:

1. Choosing to see the blessings and opportunities in your day before the downfalls.

2. Choosing not to worry about the factors you have no control over. 

3. Realizing that we can’t earn our happiness. We have to make it happen. 

You have some power in the world. You may think that you are not powerful, but you have a much greater influence on the people in your lives than you may realize. Your actions and the way you perceive the world can have a major effect.

Sometimes you’ll have feelings that things are going badly, but if you put a positive spin on things, it may not seem so bad after all. When you change the way you think, that is, you change the negative attitude and start thinking positively, you’ll have a great impact on your life and the lives around you. In case you help others near you to think more positively, then they can affect the people in their lives as well. The trend continues and thus how you can change the world.

You will draw more good energy toward yourself by being more positive. Never say you can’t do something, or make excuses for not doing what you should have. You should instead embrace your responsibilities and be proud of your accomplishments.

You should encourage people around you to be positive. Life is what you make it. You can begin to change the world by changing your own way of thinking.

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Give Credit Where Credit Is Due

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Don’t forget to thank those who have helped you along the way

Don’t forget to thank those who have
helped you along the way

When life is going well, it can be tempting to “toot your own horn.” You can be proud of your accomplishments, but don’t forget about the people who have helped you along the way, and those who continue to help you now.

No matter how hard you’ve worked to get where you are today, you can’t do it alone. There are always helping hands along the way, and people who have given you resources, worked alongside you, or just offered moral support when it was needed.

To those who have assisted you in one way or another, don’t forget to say thanks. Give credit where credit is due. You would likely not appreciate being overlooked after doing someone else a favor or working hard on a project, so you owe it to others to let them know they are appreciated.

Never forget about the help you’ve been given. It is through a great number of experiences that you have become who you are. You may depend a great deal on others or consider yourself to be very independent. Either way, you haven’t lived life completely alone, and it’s a good idea to recognize that.

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Don’t Make Life All about Competition

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Bask in the glow of your own successes, and don’t worry about what other people are doing

Bask in the glow of your own successes,
and don’t worry about what other people are doing

A competitive nature can help you to make advances in school, work, sports, and games, but if you make your whole life about competing with others, it will eventually do more harm than good. You are who you are, and no amount of outdoing others will ever change that.

You have to have a great desire to get ahead, but if you find yourself worrying more about what other people are doing than your own actions, or you’re busy trying to keep up with the possessions they have, you may be getting yourself into trouble.

Everyone’s life is different. Financially, emotionally, physically, or any other way, you will never be exactly the same as everyone else. Therefore, you must adjust your personal goals and ambitions to suit yourself and your family. You cannot get caught up in competing with others, or you will eventually lose yourself.

It’s fine to compete with yourself, and try to be better than you were yesterday, but many a life has been ruined by allowing yourself to be driven by jealousy, envy, or trying to be something you’re not. Don’t get caught up in competition, but instead just try to be the best person you can be and keep striving to be satisfied with your own accomplishments.

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