I firmly believe, that if we hold onto the things we don’t need, there’s not enough room for new exciting things to come into your life. Because its already full of the clutter.

I like the metaphor that if you go into a room of your house and see lots of clutter, its represents your life. After all, the outer world only represents our inner world.

But let’s take it a little deeper shall we?

Every client I see always wants something more out of life and it can even vary to things such as people wanting to move out of their present circle of friends and surround themselves with new positive supporting friends. But if we don’t make the decision to stop seeing our present friends, who aren’t supportive of where we are going, there won’t be enough room to allow the new friends in.

It goes the same for intimate relationships, if you don’t see a future with your present partner and no longer wish to be with him or her but stay in the unhappy relationship, there’s not much of chance of meeting the ‘one’.

If you have dis-order in your environment and you feel its time to get more out of life, whether that’s more money, more clothes, more friends or a new relationship we have to think its time to make some important decisions, to make a commitment to ourselves to no longer settle for second best.

If you only settle for second best, you focus and expect second best. But when we refuse to have nothing less than the best in all areas of our life, we change our focus. When you change your focus you change your outcome.

Your conscious mind is the goal setter, the part of you who chooses what you want. The unconscious mind is the goal getter.

But the question is: Are you consciously setting your unconscious to attract second best or the best out of life?

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Joseph Clough

Author's Bio: 

Joseph Clough is the UK’s most exciting young talent in personal development with 8 years experience. As a trainer, author, coach and speaker he truly believes we all deserve to act out and be our true potential. For more info visit www.empoweringsounds.com and www.josephclough.com