Getting Hope Into Your Life — Simple

Posted: March 1, 2010 by Thrivelearning in Lifestyle Choice
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It’s really just too easy to get hope into your life, making everything around you make sense. Life can be a calm, rewarding experience.

Really, there are only two steps:

  1. Find out what makes you really happy and narrow your focus to these points.
  2. Gradually get rid of those things which irritate you.

Now, along this line, you are adjusting your world view and your belief system to the one you’ve always wanted.

The only reason you don’t have this all settled by now is that you accepted (more or less) the people and instances around you which told you that you couldn’t be in control of your life and that things didn’t always happen for the better.

Your life is and has always been exactly what you make it.  So you can simply start re-making it by deciding what you want to improve in it and then move in that direction. For some, this means work. For others, they realize it’s just changing your attitude toward things.

At no time in our past has it been easier to change your mind than it is now. You can have access to the world’s religions and philosophies through the Internet and through all these massive amounts of books that are published each year. It’s just too easy to get all this data.

The next thing is to do something with it.

Just start tracking what make you happy, makes your life more pleasant – and then learn more about how to get this sort of material into your life on a regular basis. At the same time, make room for all this by simply getting all the noise and critical people and random effects out of your life. Do whatever actions you have to.

For critical people, this can be simply being pleasant to them – just not set them off. Don’t talk about subjects which you know irritate them. Be supportive and make all your own criticism constructive. If you have to live with these, then as you change your own actions, this will then help them adjust theirs. Don’t think for a moment they like to be critical – it’s just that they don’t know a better way to live life. So help educate them by your own example.

For example: you may want to get rich…

Now, it’s easier than ever to get rich. Lots of books on this subject:

I even compiled a lot of self help authors’ essays on money into a single book called Money: How to Get It, How to Keep It.

And you can get all of this data online for free if you want – just find it and download it from the Internet (I work to find and republish these after I clean up their formatting – and publish them as hardcopy versions if you want.)

But these books are the time-proven classics which tell you everything you could possibly want to know about the subject. Now, modernly, you can get Robert Kiyosaki or Dolf De Roos if you want to know about real estate. And others tell of other routes to getting rich.

The trick with all this is to follow your intuition and not your habits of “Get Rich Quick”. (I’ve been that route with the Utah Internet scammers and know that it just leads you into more debt – until you can force them to pay you back.)

Even that is its own example – you don’t have to be effect of anything out there. Just research it, apply what you learn, and change your life into what you want it.

Lots of hope for change in the future – and it’ isn’t tied to some politician. It’s up to you and what you want to do with your life.

Always has been.

  1. Shawn Angeles says:

    Completely revolutionary and radical – I mean, that anyone could say life is simple with a straight face. You take the hat. Thanks.

  2. Quinn Tham says:

    I got so much from reading this post. It’s very informative and useful data. I found another interesting article about hope on a related site. Like you two are brothers or kindred spirits…

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