If you don’t change now, where will you be in five years’ time?
Where will you be in 12 months?
Let me tell you.
You’re going to be right where you are right now.
You’ve got to keep growing and changing to get to where you want to be. It’s all about mindset. Look at things differently. Change the lens and use that new perspective to figure out what you’ve got to do differently.
But I know it’s hard. That’s why I’m going to give you a little tool to help you along.
It’s simple – attach pain to the problem.
That’s the absolute key to my method. People who’ve been in my TJM tribe for a while already know this.
Ask yourself what the biggest problem is in your life. Maybe it’s booze, or drugs, or food. There’s something in your life that’s a problem for you and you want to fix it.
Figure out what it is and attach pain to it.
I attached pain to alcohol. I saw how much it was hurting me and how easily it led me away from my vision of who I am.
Alcohol was my problem. The effect it had on me and my relationships was my pain.
I don’t want that pain so I attach it to the problem. And now that I know the pain, I don’t want to drink anymore.
You can do the same with food. Food is the problem. Maybe your pain is hating the way you look or it’s not being able to do certain things because of your weight.
Attach the pain to the problem and you’re not going to want to eat the food anymore.
It works for any problem in your life because a problem always causes pain.
It’s a simple tool but it will help you to adjust your mindset.
So think about it for a minute. What problems are stopping you from being the person you want to be now, next year, or in five years’ time?
Attach the pain to that problem and use it to achieve your highest and best.
I believe in you.