Tag: victimmentality

  • A diet of fear

    A diet of fear

    This is probably one of the most important things you could ever connect with. So much damage is caused by fear driven decisions. It destroys your spirit leaving you to find comfort in the very source of the fear that is destroying you. If you’ve been raised on a diet of fear and compliance, it […]

  • It’s not always about you

    It’s not always about you

    The truth is, if you want to matter that much to someone else, shouldn’t they matter equally as much to you? If they do, and you find that they don’t have as much time for you as they used to, or are behaving differently to what you know them to be about, do you claim […]

  • Don’t let fear win

    Don’t let fear win

    If you’ve been raised on a diet of fear and compliance, it is inevitable that your choices will reflect your fears, and not your dreams Fear destroys hope and replaces it with futility. In the face of futility, we resort to compliance, because compliance provides us with familiarity. Familiarity tethers us to rituals, traditions, and […]

  • Tomorrow is not promised

    Tomorrow is not promised

    Too often we remind others that tomorrow is not guaranteed, yet we live our lives as if we have all the time in the world to make that next big decision, or to do right by others. If tomorrow is not guaranteed, neither is your next breath. When our thoughts about life remain philosophy, and […]

  • Be exceptional

    Be exceptional

    If we focus on the exception, we’ll realise what is possible. If we focus on the norm, we’ll surrender to what we think is inevitable. This is at the heart of mediocrity versus excellence. There are those that look at trends and try to follow, and those that focus on value and pursue a better […]