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Anyone who’s ever grappled with that one will appreciate how difficult of a task it can seem to be at the time.
And what’s so frustrating about when you finally get to that point where you know you have trouble letting go of control, comes at a point when you are already feeling so out of control, not in control of that thing you are trying to get control over right?
It can cause you to feel so impatient, anxious, so frustrated, so miserable.
Down deep inside, you know that you are doing this to yourself. And if you are like myself, and you have dealt with the issue on and off forever, sometimes you can successfully let go and sometimes you feel like you can not. You may feel flabbergasted, that yet again, you’re dealing with the same old issue of being out of control and not able to let go of control.
Motivation comes from knowing exactly what you want to do and having an unquenchable, burning desire to do whatever it takes to get it. Motivation drives you toward your dreams.
Here are 5 top tips to help you supercharge your motivation:
1. Make a vision board.
Fill it with images of your goals. All the things you want, your dream home, your dream car, the place you want to live. Be sure to include pictures of vacations you want to take, going first-class of course, the clothes you want to wear, fine restaurants you want to dine in – anything you can imagine that gets your heart pumping.
Something few people may know about me is that I used to be afraid of going to the doctor. And more specifically, I was afraid of needles; whether it be shots or taking blood.
I remember one day having to go BACK to the dentist to have a cavity re-filled. Now, keep in mind, I was already a grown woman in my mid-twenties. I spent all day long at the office, agonizing about a dental appointment I had that day in which I knew they were going to have to numb my mouth. I was literally in tears, terrified of the impending event. I was so paralyzed by this fear that I asked a co-worker if they would come with me and hold my hand while the procedure was being done.
I get into the dental chair, I take the Novocaine, only to find myself minutes later waking from having a blackout.
This event lead me to seek help through hypnotherapy. I found a hypnotherapist and explained the situation to her. We looked through my past and didn’t really come up with a lot of data as to where this fear all began. It became apparent that this was something that was a self-created fear because I simply didn’t LIKE evasive procedures. It was my way of winning the sympathy of the people in my life to feel sorry for me because it was so scary. It all came down to one way that “control” was showing up in my life.