Finding inspiration for success isn’t as hard as one might believe. Reading autobiographies or biographies about successful people often is a good start. Whether we like it or not, our lives are role models for others, either good or bad, so our decisions and how we conduct ourselves are judged by those watching us. And trust me, someone is watching you and your behavior.
When I lost over thirty pounds last year, which only happened because I took self-inventory and realized that I had a problem to address in my life. Losing the weight became easier once I understood the bad habits I had allowed to sneak into my life. Self-evaluation was key to seeing a new me. Once I visualized shedding the pounds and eliminated the bad foods, and dedicated myself to cardio twice a day, the rest came easy. But I had to make those changes. Otherwise, I never would have gotten healthier.
That is both mental and physical. Creating a better self-image is the first step.
Visit the past and learn from it. Don’t live in the past. Plan your future and where you plan to be starting today. You have to live in the now. Today. Tomorrow never comes. Today is the tomorrow you promised yourself yesterday that you’d change. Right? Well, it’s here. Do everything you can to bring a smile to those living around you. That’s the first step in making the world and our environment a brighter place.