The Closed Mindset

SWC 29 June, 2018 13

Ugh! Have you ever met that one person that gives you fifty million excuses and reasoning of why they CAN’T do something? Knowing that they’ve never even attempted it! Or better yet, the person who complains all day about life’s issues but, chooses not to do anything to improve on it? I absolutely cannot deal with it, let alone finding the strength in myself to even halfway use an ear to listen. Sadly to say, my first reaction is to immediately remove myself from the conversation. Don’t get me wrong if a person is discussing an issue with me that is very dear to them, then I am always there to listen and give the best possible advice because everyone needs someone.  But if that same person consistently discusses with me the same issues and they have not made an attempt for change, then that is a prime example of what I call “the closed mind”.

 

The closed mind can be a dangerous thing, hindering you from so many opportunities and possibilities. You never know what could be set out on the path that was designed for you. I found that most closed minded people, typically use phrases such as “I can’t, I’m not good at…., why does this always happen to me? nothing great ever happens to me”, restrictive and limited sentencing. Where is the room for improvement here? Everyone on this earth is practically granted the same opportunity, it’s all in what you choose to do with that opportunity. The true question is “What do you really want for yourself?” So that you will not have to give so many excuses. Once you begin asking yourself that question, that’s when you become unstoppable. Your true desires begin to surface and manifest because you are now in touch with who you really are. Nothing can out weight your determination on setting

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