The lens through which we view life determines how we will view choices. If we come from an empowered perspective, where we believe that we already have everything that we need to succeed, then we will get much more accomplished than if we come from a disenfranchised (or “victim”) point of view. Ultimately, regardless of how you view the world around you, your decisions are yours to make. Blaming others for the results you generate is not a valid choice, though many people get into a mode of denial about their decision to blame others for their failures or lack of progress.
Additionally, if you don’t value what you have indeed done through your own actions, you also won’t see the world from an “I am capable, I am successful” point of view.
We must align our perspective of the world we live in with what we’d like it to look like, and then we have to plan and act with the assumption that we do indeed have control of our own individual destinies. If we want to see change in emissions, we need to take action to reduce our own carbon footprint. If we want to see feminism spread, we need to have the difficult conversations and the social media presence that reflects this idea.
You have to deliberately shift your mindset from that of Scarcity to that of Abundance.
Here’s a cool video I found on Vimeo that discusses this idea. You can also learn more about how to get into the right mindset to see this paradigm shift in your own life in my two articles “How to Use the Law of Attraction to Your Advantage” and “Affirmations Resources.”
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