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Unlearn these 10 Lies to achieve your Life Goals

You may be thinking that you need to learn more skills or get higher education in order to be successful and meet your Life Goals. But, if you’re just starting out, it’s entirely possible to succeed without learning anything new. Sometimes it’s necessary to forget what we’ve learned.

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The restrictive ideas we’ve had about ourselves need to be unlearned. Unlearn the idea that we can’t really carry out our own ideas. We need to unlearn all the norms and expectations society has placed on us. Put away any knowledge that holds us back from developing our full potential.

There are many resources available online that can help you unlearn misconceptions about your abilities and achieve success.

Let us Explore10 Lies That Are Holding You Back from Achieving the Life of Your dreams.

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I need to learn more skills in order to be successful.

When it comes to determining your level of success in life, your GPA is less important than other factors such as your bravery, social skills, adaptability, street smarts (as opposed to book smarts), work ethic, desire to learn, and resilience.

However, school typically educates you to be a standardized cog in a wheel: everything is regulated, your value (and the positive attention you receive) is predicated on your grades, and success comes more from “falling in line” than being smart. However, real life examples show that even people with lower GPAs tend to be more creative than those with higher ones.

No, I’m not suggesting you give up on your education and fail out. I’m only trying to show you that school attendance has nothing to do with how successful you’ll be in life (unless you want to be a doctor, professor, etc.). Real learning, not simply academics, should be the focus instead. Accept the possibility of failing if you take a chance. Cuff your sleeves, get your hands filthy, and get some practical experience. You’ll get where you’re going if you do that.

“Learning is creation, not consumption. Knowledge is not something a learner absorbs, but something a learner creates.”

– George Couros

You have to be Professionally Successful.

To be successful in one’s career may not be enough. Since focusing on one aspect of life, like a profession, may lead to ignoring others, including one’s personal relationships or health, this is a common problem. Even if one achieves professional success, it may not be enough to guarantee happiness, as there are other factors, such as personal development and interpersonal connections, that may have a significant impact on one’s quality of life.

One such explanation is that professional achievement by itself may not be enough to provide long-term happiness. But, one’s efforts and commitment are not the primary determinants of success. Individuals may distinguish themselves and advance in their jobs by cultivating a distinctive edge and concentrating on methods to pleasantly surprise people. In addition, a person’s level of career self-determination is directly correlated to his or her ability to articulate a life vision that incorporates both personal and professional aspirations.

In conclusion, although professional achievement is crucial, it shouldn’t be prioritized over other aspects of life or the long-term trajectory of one’s career.

“Success is the progressive realization of a worthy goal or ideal.” —Earl Nightingale

I’m not good enough yet.

To tell oneself this is one of the most prevalent falsehoods. To learn to walk and talk is the hardest thing anyone has ever done. So, you might be thinking, “Oh, of course, everyone can walk and talk.” Exactly. In terms of expertise, you have far more than is strictly necessary. Your capacity to find solutions is not one of those difficulties, though. You don’t need anything else; you have all you need within you. It’s amazing how excellent we are at fooling ourselves.

There’s no shame in telling a white lie to the reflection of ourselves so long as we can convince ourselves that we’re safe. It actually improves our mood. Avoid giving up your future happiness for some temporary relief. 

“Accept that you are enough. You don’t need to be anything that you are not.”

– Wayne Dyer.

People’s Expectation of You is Your Responsibility.

We are continuously inundated with messages that tell us what to do, who to do it for, and why our success is entirely dependent on ourselves. It is up to you to make things happen and keep going until you succeed. Every day, it is your duty to show up for you. Attempt to treat other people with kindness, compassion, and understanding. That’s a really good summary of the whole situation. It’s none of your business what other people do from there.

There’s no use in trying to win people over when you can’t influence how they see you anyhow. Your sense of confidence and comfort will suffer if you fake it in order to fit in with a certain crowd. Let your guard down and be who you really are. You will meet the best people with whom to spend your time very soon.

“People inspire you, or they drain you. Pick them wisely.”

 – Hans F. Hasen

You must be Happy all the Time.

It is beneficial to be joyful all the time, but only if you are able to maintain that state permanently. But are you able to do it consistently? Even the robots of today aren’t capable of doing this since they also have feelings. Then, how are we supposed to restrict ourselves in order to be happy all the time?

The gift of emotions is the most valuable thing that has ever been bestowed on the human race. Be you. Accept the situation as it is, takes some time to figure out what’s going on, and go on to the next thing. It’s okay to express emotion, and it’s also OK for us to display our other feelings as well. We can be sad, and we can be sensitive. at the same time.

But also remember “Don’t talk about your problems, don’t brood over your problems, and don’t worry about them. “The most important thing you can do for yourself is to stop paying so much attention to what’s going on inside of you. “Your problem is not the entire world. Your problem is just in your head .” You are not your feelings. How you respond to and manage these challenges is indicative of your level of maturity. Your choices and the circumstances that occur in your life are what ultimately determine your level of happiness. Don’t make happiness your goal. Just let it happen. Be at peace.

Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.

– Dalai Lama

Money Is The Solution to all Problems.

Many individuals believe that material wealth may ease emotional distress. In other words, if they had more cash on hand, they they would be prosperous and content. Money is not everything. In other words, it won’t be the silver bullet you’re hoping for. If you don’t figure out how to handle your finances, having more money will just cause more stress in your life.

Most individuals never escape the rat race they’re in. The more money they make, the more they want. When people finally acquire what they want, they tend to lose appreciation for it because they believe that something else is better. Anything they now lack piques their interest. They wait until they get their next paycheck and then start all over again.

Figure out how to be content with less. You won’t be completely happy until you spend your money on the things that matter to you.

For all its usefulness, money cannot buy contentment.

“Money is only a tool. It will take you wherever you wish, but it will not replace you as the driver.”

– Ayn Rand

Failure is not an Option.

How is it possible to be unsuccessful at anything? I don’t understand how you can’t figure out what to do. These are questions that we often ask ourselves first before anybody else does.

The process of unlearning begins with discarding certain ways of thinking and holding opinions. A person’s ability to succeed in any endeavor is directly proportional to their level of curiosity since that individual is the one most likely to learn, unlearn, and relearn information.

In our everyday lives, we fail at a lot of things that we don’t even care to acknowledge, but when someone else aims higher than us, we often feel inadequate and are unable to accept defeat. However, action will only serve to obstruct your progress toward your best selves. The only way to go where you need to go in life is to face failure head-on, learn from the obstacles it sets in your path, and power through to the next good thing.

So, instead of seeing this as a negative, try to consider it as a chance to start again. If you keep having doors shut in your face, you must be on the right track. 

“The secret of life is to fall seven times and to get up eight times.”

— Paulo Coelho

My Past = My Future.

Consistent setbacks might make it difficult to maintain hope that the future will bring success. The majority of these setbacks occur when people attempt to do something that is difficult or requires taking a risk. Never forget that the key to victory is overcoming setbacks.

If you want to have a positive impact in the world, you need to believe in yourself and take risks. A setback occurs when you take a step back and decide to try something different. The key to winning is not losing and overcoming your failures learning from them on the way.

“The past is behind, learn from it. The future is ahead, prepare for it. The present is here, live it.”

– Thomas S. Monson.

I will do it When the Right Time Comes.

A fatal illness, procrastination will devour your hopes and aspirations if you do nothing to combat it. The thought of breaking out of your routine and trying something new is enough to send shivers down your spine.

The reality, however, is that suffering is an inevitable part of any really exceptional accomplishment. Thankfully, the payoff justifies the toil. However, progress may be made if you abandon the notion that “now isn’t the proper moment to start” and instead take action.

From my own personal experience, I know that putting off achieving any of my objectives is a horrible idea. When I started taking action, I understood there’s no good reason to put things off any longer. You’re doing yourself pain on a regular basis for no reason other than a make-believe belief.

Instead of waiting for the right time, from now on, embrace the idea that it’s better to go in, make some mistakes, and then bounce back even stronger and wiser (which never arrives).

“The time is now. What you have to do, do it now.”

– Lailah Gifty Akita

I will Start When I have all the Right Resources.

Need more motivation, resources, or time? The truth is that none of these occurrences are coincidental. Successful outcomes are always the end consequence of prior effort and diligence. You must let go of the poisonous idea that things will magically improve while you wait for them to. If you want more free time, you need to learn to say no to things that aren’t essential.

Maintaining a healthy financial situation or starting a company are both viable options if you want to increase your income. Willpower is also something that must be developed rather than innately given. The first step towards happiness is accepting responsibility for one’s own life.

“Dream big, start small, but most of all, start.”

– Simon Sinek

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Suhas Dakhole

Hi I am Suhas Dakhole. A Lifelong Learner who loves to Teach. My philosophy is to learn by doing and implement what you've learned in real life.

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