its all in your head

In the last year of starting this blog, I’ve come to realize that after every problem i’ve ever encountered in my own life as well as reading about other people’s problems. Aside from the wealth of advice given, i’ve learned that ultimately it all boils down to one simple phrase:

“It’s All In Your Head…”

I’m simply going to boil it all down into common scenarios that I read and hear time and time again to explain what I mean and to show just how easy and straight forward self-help actually is…

[quote style=”boxed”]I feel really ugly when surrounded by my friends in school and don’t feel attractive. What can I do?[/quote]

“It’s All In Your Head”

[quote style=”boxed”]I feel like I lack self-confidence when talking to girls and in social environments. Is there anything I can do to be more social?[/quote]

“It’s All In Your Head”

[quote style=”boxed”]I can’t seem to find a job and have a hard time getting employed. No one wants to hire me and feel like a complete loser. What can I do?[/quote]

“It’s All In Your Head”

The solution is simple

The next time you ever come across a problem that you feel hopeless at solving. Refer to the above phrase and then sit back and ask yourself, what you can do to change your current situation.

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  • Take Responsibility
  • Break it down
  • Change your strategy
  • Try harder

If all else fails, hold back from blaming the world and try a different strategy. The answers are there right in front of you. All it takes is you and only you to make things happen.

photo credit: symphony of love

Onder Hassan
Onder Hassan

Onder is the founder of Dawn of Change. He spends most of his time in the discovery of his own potential, building his self-confidence and using his experiences to share and teach others how to do the same.

    4 replies to "It’s All In Your Head"

    • Tom Dixon

      Our outcome is really just a sum of our current situation + what we do about it. I agree – just remember sometimes that something we do about it is to get professional help. Sometimes it isn’t just in your head…sometimes it is very real…and there is help out there.

      • Onder Hassan

        You’re right Tom. Medical conditions are very real and can get treated. The most difficult part is diagnosing that you have a problem.

    • Kathleen Caron

      It sure is. “As a man thinketh, so is he.” Or she.

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