90 Day Challenge: Day 17– Don’t Wait For Circumstances To Change

Have you ever blamed your circumstances for not taking action? I have, and after I read this quote by George Bernard Shaw, I said to myself from now on, no more excuses. I realized that I have to get out there and start making the circumstances that I want. The quote says, “People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. I don’t believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and, if they can’t find them, make them.”

Challenge yourself!

Challenge Yourself!

The sad truth about our current circumstances is if you don’t believe you can change your circumstances you’ll do nothing about your circumstances. So, you must believe it is possible for you to change them.

If your current condition is not what you want, it can make you feel intimidated. This is especially true when what you have tried seems to not work in your favor. However, don’t let the unfavorable results stop you. As the saying goes, “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.” If you have it in your mind that you are going to overcome your circumstances, you’ll find it in yourself to do so. You have to make the decision that you are going to do it no matter what happens. Once you are at that stage in your thinking, circumstances will not be a match because you are mentally ready to create the circumstances you want to have.

Remember, you have to bloom where you are planted. If where you are right now is not where you want to be, you have to believe that you can get to where you want to be.

Your goal is waiting!


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2 responses to “90 Day Challenge: Day 17– Don’t Wait For Circumstances To Change

  1. I would imagine that for many people, the instant something in their lives goes wrong their first instinct is to blame someone else…but what does that accomplish beside self-defeat. We haven’t solved a problem by always deceiving ourselves that the problem is someone else’s error or omission.

    Once we are truly to ourselves and look inward to discover our own successes and “failings” we can resolve why the outcome was less than perfect and effect changes that will facilitate positive results.

    The easiest thing in the world is to deflect blame. The greater challenge is in self-awareness and establishing the conviction that we are capable of doing better. The victory lies in the gratification of knowing we did our best for all the right reasons…and the joy of arriving at our chosen destination!

    • Don thanks for sharing. You are so right and I myself was guilty of blaming others but I realized, I see how much I was preventing myself from getting ahead. We have to be honest with ourselves. Have a bless weekend!

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