6 Simple Ways To Reinvent Yourself

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Nothing stays the same. The world is changing. 
If we want to grow, we must change. We must get out of our comfort zone.
To do that, 

You must 'evaluate your surroundings.' To do this, according to Bryan Dodge, 'think about the people you surround yourself with: coworkers, acquaintances, even friends you've for a long time. Without a doubt, we all absorb positive and ngative traits, habits, and attitudes from the people around us day to day.'

You must challenge yourself. According to Bryan Dodge, 'You're complacent when you feel like nothing much is going to change in your life even if you maske an effort, so there's no reason to try.' If you do not have the courage to challenge yourself, to stretch yourself, what you are doing to yourself, according to Bryan Dodge, is '... letting go of the steering wheel and hoping someone else grabs it to keep from crashing.'

Take action. Bryan writes, 'Instead of pledging to your boss that you'll grow the business, do it.' If you are in a leadership position, this is for you. You don't tell what you can do. People want to see what you can really do. So instead of telling people how talented you are, why not show them?

Connect with yourself. According to Martha Beck, '... oneness is perhaps the best thing you can do to reclaim your true nature and find your way to happiness, creativity, and every other form of thriving.' When you are one with yourself, it means you are in love with yourself. No matter where you are, you are who you say you are. 

Learn how to deal with setbacks. In the words of Daniel Howell, 'We all know that life can throw a curveball when we least expect it, so it's important to know how to cope with these surprises, and not let them throw you off your positive momentum.' When you are faced with anything, just know that life is testing you. You will go through it. It is not the time to start reliving all your failures. It is the time to start living your best life. 
Wake up! Gary John Bishop writes, 'You have deadened yourself to the crap.' You have beaten yourselt to the ground. That is not who you are. You are not a victim. You are a victor. And to keep that victor mentality, you must see yourself a winner. Because you are a winner, not a loser.