What are your triggers?
What sets you off on a great day filled with nothing but excitement and optimism and what sets you off and makes you wish you never even got out of bed?
I think most of us know what our triggers are, and what we will get out of them, but that’s not really the issue here, knowing what something is, is only half the battle, the second part of the battle is actually putting effort toward doing or not doing the thing you will either get a positive or negative repones out of.
That’s where it gets tricky, that’s where we stop watching ourselves and breaking down what we need to be our very best. I think a big part of this comes from our want to observe others through social media, we end up knowing more about our friends, family, colleagues, athletes, actors, and even complete strangers than we know about ourselves, and this leaves us with no direction to what we truly want and leaves us in comparison based mindset that ultimately robs us of our happiness.
I find the best way to get around this is to really check in with yourself and even view yourself in the third person to understand better what drives your “WHY” and what your intention is in any given situation.
Understand yourself first before you try and start understanding the rest of the world.
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