6 Signs You’re Actually Making Progress in Life:
6 Signs You’re Actually Making Progress In Life: 1. You’ve lost relationships. Losing friends isnt always mean we’re write or […]اكمل
6 Signs You’re Actually Making Progress In Life:
1. You’ve lost relationships.
Losing friends isnt always mean we’re write or they are. However changing our circle usually happens because we no more are the people we used to be. Unless the people changed in a same allignment with us, maybe we can stay with them.
We don’t lose relationships because we’re not worthy of them, we lose them because we’re mismatched to them, and that’s usually a good indicator that we’ve grown, we’ve changed, and we need to realign with people who understand who we’re becoming, not just who we’ve been.
2. You’re slowing down.
When we grown up, we slow our accelaration down slightly because we no more rushing to situations, but we’re studying every step. We slow down because we realize that its not important to catch all the signals but catching one properly is enough.
We slow down because our steps becomes more serious and studied.
In this stillness and rest, we often find answers we didn’t know we were asking for.
3. You’re starting to care more about how you feel as opposed to what other people think.
You’re no longer content to live a life designed to appease everyone but yourself.
No one lives your life, and that is your strength.
You no more want to live how your parents want you to live, nor your family, friends, peeps, collogues or society.
4. You‘re aware of what’s wrong, even if you don’t know what would be right.
Real change is almost always catalyzed not by a feeling of inspiration, but a feeling of discontent.
Before you’ll know what’s right, you’ll know what’s wrong.
And here the real change starts, when you start to feel unsatisfied with wrong principles and ideas.
5. You’re more concerned with being happy than being successful.
The truth is that you’re becoming ambitious in the ways that truly matter — your heart, soul, and spirit.
So the materialistic stuff wethear they are business or things that make you successful will no longer matter in comparison with your happiness and peace of mind.
Here, you’ll start to realize the real and deep target of life.
6. You’re beginning to understand that there is no “finish line.”
You’re never going to feel like you’ve “made it,” and guess what? You don’t want to. You don’t want the bar to end there. You don’t want to peak so soon