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  • Writer's pictureIrekZareba

Is It Easier to Change When Young Rather Than When Older?



I do not believe that! And for your own sake please, do not believe in that too! Why?

In fact it is a statement which takes the power of creating the life you want away and putting it into an accidental spiral of events instead!

You do not want your life to be situational right?

As if something or someone else owns your future?


You and Only You Are the One Who Should Be in Charge!


What could be helpful here is Henry Ford’s famous phrase “If you think you can, or think you can’t, either way you are right”! In other words, your actions that follow the way you choose to think will be very different one way from another.

It is good to remind ourselves that we are here on this planet for a limited time only.

Also, you might have a certain vision about how your dreamed life should look like.

Now, there is a program operating in your system right now. This program is either taking you closer to your vision or moving you away from it.

On one end there is a part of you which is longing to achieve more. But there is also a part of you which does not want to change!

So which part is in charge?


Whatever you start believing, it will eventually become your truth. Like a self fulfilling prophecy. This is the power of the mind, which can work for you (I can) or against you (I cannot). Choose wisely!

You are free to believe what you want of course!

But before you make any decision, just so you know - the only one choosing your destiny is you!

So what choice do you make?


In closing, what would best describe the entire process are words from Mahatma Gandhi:

“Your beliefs become your thoughts, Your thoughts become your words, Your words become your actions, Your actions become your habits, Your habits become your values, Your values become your destiny.”

So what is it going to be for you? See it vividly!


It is never too late to change! Challenge yourself! Discover what is possible!


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