1. Tired of being a loser?
Let’s talk about personal transformation.
The transformation from loser to winner.
At your core you’re a sum total of your habitual thoughts and behaviours.
You weren’t born a loser.
Maybe you just got lazy and let your standards fall.
Maybe you’ve had nothing worth improving for.
If you’re not doing anything with your life and you have no goals, your being a loser.
You’re the only person who can decide to be a loser or a winner.
You’re always capable of more than you think.
I’ve been a student of personal transformation for over 10 years.
I discovered what I’ve found to be the most effective and direct path to becoming a winner.
I’ll share with you what I found.
Let’s dive in…
2. Rebuild your self image
A positive self image is the first part of any change.
Feeling like a loser weighs heavily on your self esteem.
If you want to change that you need to change how you see yourself.
See yourself as a winner.
When you think like a winner and act like a winner, you eventually become one.
Your self image and personal standards determine the direction your life takes.
When you see yourself as a loser you think and act like one.
You limit yourself to the confines of a loser.
The same is true when you see yourself as a winner, but there’s more upside.
Your mind does whatever it takes to stay consistent with your self-identity.
If it needs to self sabotage, it will.
You’ll be on a roll then do something so incredibly stupid all your progress will be wiped out.
The best way to rebuild your self-identity is to take action.
Start new behaviours that make you feel good about yourself.
Set new goals and find a purpose worth working for.
Create a vision in your mind of yourself as a winner.
Keep that image in your mind. Adjust your behaviour to be inline with that image.
Identify exactly what is making you feel like a loser and stop doing it.
Then you’re ready for the next step…
3. Develop self-confidence
Self-confidence and self-belief are the building blocks for your success.
Without them you won’t travel far.
When you have them the world is yours.
You’re more proactive and resourceful.
You find a way to make it happen.
When you start something you finish it. When hard times hit you keep pushing through.
Losers don’t even start. If they do they quit at the first sign of difficulty to go and do something else.
You develop your self-confidence by acting as if you already have it.
The fastest way to be more confident is to change how you think and what you believe.
Which takes us to the next step…