Letting go to something we love is not the easiest thing we can do In life today.
But, what if that something we love very much causes problems for your personal life?
Do we let go or Do we continue and try to find a solution for the problem?
This is the current situation I am in. For awhile I would always try my hardest to find solutions for the problem I was occurring for the thing I love doing the most. Yes, there were times I found solutions that would work for a period of time. Wouldn’t last very long, but I would ride the wave to the end, and start all over again and again.
From the procedure I was performing, did nothing for me to get ahead or benefit me in any way. All I did for myself was create more problems and knock me off my feet.
This was called my Bad Habit
Once we have a habit, we either hate to cut it out of lives, or we simply don’t know how to. It’s scary, everyone hates change. If we continue to let our bad habits rent out a bedroom in our heads, they will own the house.
We don’t want to lose what’s ours! So it’s time! Time to evict the bad habit and throw it to the curb. May not be easy, may not be comfortable, sure as hell can be confusing but we critically have to cut it.
For me I had to ask for help. I wrote my bad habit an eviction notice. That was my first step. I prepared myself and gave myself the knowing and courage to break my bad habit. Second I delivered my notice and served my bad habit. This step is were I took action and kicked the habit to the curb.
Once you make your final decision, you must stick to it and die with it. This is were support really helps. Giving you the chance to talk to others, whenever you have the urge. People to trust and believe in you. Team effort.
They’re are many ways to cut loose the things in life that bring us down. Be firm stand brave and strike!
Witten By Ray
Co Founder & Owner of Tangible Triumph