Barriers that keeps us not change (part 1)

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Barriers that keeps us not change (part 1)

When you realize that there are barriers that hinder your personal development, you have already taken an important step towards removing them. You need the courage to acknowledge your deficiencies and willpower to start solving one by one. Ignorance, inflexibility, caprices, habits, risk of fear, addiction, taboos, criticism, emotions, taken together or separately, are real reasons that can stop you from evolving, regardless of age, experience or social situation. The good news is that once these obstacles are over, your abilities will be activated and this will be reflected in your work and your everyday life, faster than you imagine.
Change is essential for each of us. Otherwise, we remain anchored in the same situations, doing the same things we have been doing for too long.

  • Ignorance, lack of correct or complete information, is one of the most “dangerous” states. Because of the lack of education, lack of culture, due to an inappropriate entourage, because of the erroneous impression that we are all scholars, out of pride and pride, we become unaware of the free fall in which we are, only when it is very late. Yes, you can say it’s never too late, unless it is so! Learn, listen, study, not to be part of their category.
  • Inflexibility means sustaining some almost obsessive fixist, inability to adapt to a new situation. If you look at a wind-blasted tree, you can see the branches, the crown and the trunk in the direction of the wind. He never resists resistance, otherwise he would break and die. So is with us, the people. We need to learn how to become flexible in the face of life situations so that we do not succumb to the first storm. Otherwise, opposed to events, we only cause our suffering, without understanding anything from that experience.
  • Caprices, passive desires, often extravagant and stubbornly, may represent the trap in which many fall, unimportant. Until you realize that they are getting a little bit of a problem until you have the consequences on your own skin, you may not even realize how they lead you down a slope that will get you harder and harder to climb. Decide to give up suddenly, without thinking.
  • Bad habits are generally miscellaneous “no” activities that we get to do by virtue of inertia without asking ourselves whether they are a waste of time or not. The worst part is that they can be so useless that they even get no more pleasure. Give up on them as much as you can, otherwise you will experience a kind of “slavery” of the 21st century, which you certainly do not want.
  • Fear of risk, it only gives you an apparent safety that exists only in your mind. In order not to risk, in general, you should think about all the inconveniences that may arise during what you thought to take. Build a scenario with all the “bad guys” and find the solutions to not be taken by surprise, whatever would happen.
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