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Change Your Life For The Better in 2021

The Power in Being Willing To Change Your Life for the Better   As Rumi always said “You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.” It could not be truer when it comes to life. We all hold more power than we think. If you want to change your career or start something new, there is nothing holding you back but your own mind. When there is a will, there is a way.   You should never limit your future to your current situation. Instead of being afraid of change, it is important that you learned to embrace it. To help you channel the willpower to change your life for the better, the following tips will prove useful.   Address Choices Made in the Past to Change Choices You Make for the Future   Life is based on the outcome of our choices. Some we regret, while others we are proud of. Reflect on the choices you have made in the past and address them to change your future choices. You will notice a shift in energy.   Be Truly Honest with Yourself   The secret to unle

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Moving on from what has happened in the past is no easy thing to do; and yet still it must be done in order to truly appreciate the present and all it has to give. The world loves to trick us into focusing on the wrong things, at the wrong time, and past hurts are just one of many weapons that it uses against us. The grief, pain, and missed chances, tend to weigh on our mind. When we put all of our focus and energy on them after a while they just become heavier and heavier, until it's simply to much to handle. This type of thinking can literally halt our present progress to the point that the future begins to look bleak. The only thing that can be done about this is to come to terms with all the effects these many past experiences has had on you. You cannot change what happened, but you can change how you view it. Forming new habits is a must to embrace the present. Simply become a better you.  A you that can learn from, and accept the past; a you that enjoys living in the present; and a you who is preparing for the future.