What Are You Sick And Tired Of?
I came across a really interesting question that I asked myself, and I think you’d find it insightful to ask yourself too. Remember, the quality of your life is closely correlated with the quality of the questions you ask yourself. But you can’t just ask the question, you need to be really honest with yourself. You need to represent your deepest desires and urges to prompt truly meaningful introspection.
So the question is - What are you sick and tired of?
Your line of thought could go in so many different directions. You could go internal and think about the ways that your beliefs are not serving you, and how frustrating your subconscious tendencies might be. You can go external and think about what you’ve been tolerating - A way you’re being treated at work, an expectation being imposed on you that doesn’t feel right, something that has been too normal in your life for too long, or something that has been weighing you down for too long.
I’m going to be vulnerable and share what I discovered about myself. I’m sick and tired of playing small. I have this massive ambition for the ways I want to change the world but I’m not even putting myself out there to make it happen. You might disagree, it might appear like I’m playing a big game, but I know deep down how much I’m holding myself back. I know how much my fear of judgment and criticism is affecting me, and how much more I have to offer if I got over this part of me that’s holding me back. And it’s unacceptable! I’m a genuinely happy, excitable guy, don’t get me wrong, but getting this extra piece to click would really fuel the flame for me to go out and do what I truly want to do with my life.
Not to make this about me, but I thought it would be a helpful perspective. What are you sick and tired of? When you uncover it, I want to know what it is because I might be able to personally support you with it. Send me a DM on Instagram @self.improvement.daily, or an email to email@example.com so we can connect about it!