Yes, you CAN become who you want to be!
You will never truly advance in life if you don’t first address what it is that is haunting you. Life is a routine of highs and lows, but have you ever really solved the issue of what might be making you feel so low?
When we want to loose weight we go to the gym in order to start shedding those unwanted pounds, but if we don’t also change our unhealthy eating habits, we never really receive the full advantages of our workout.
The same thing goes for our emotions. Acknowledging the fact that you have an issue worth dealing with is the first step, the second is determining the root cause of whatever that issue might be.
There are a variety of ways of doing this, from creating lists, to talking to friends and even seeking professional psychiatric help, the means to your ends is really up to you. Although it might be a scary and intimidating process, just remember, no one is perfect and it is only by working through our flaws that we can begin to help others and really accomplish everything we ever desired to do in life!
If you are at all confused as to where to begin on your path to change, the following article provides great tips on how you might address the root cause of your issues.
How To Create Real Change In Life: Address Root Cause vs. Effects
One of the key differences between my philosophy of personal development and many self-help coaches/bloggers/speakers is my emphasis on finding and resolving the root cause, vs. just dealing with effects. Many self-help materials and teachings out there today only address effects. However, I believe very strongly in addressing root causes to bring about the largest and most sustainable change in the long run. Similarly, this philosophy underlines the materials I write, my coaching, and my training materials.
Why Address Root Cause?
Say you have a lot of weed growing in your lawn. If you remove the weed using a mower, does that solve the problem? Temporarily. Visually, the garden looks good. However, you probably already know that this is only at the surface level. After a short period of time, the weed will grow back.
So how do you fix this long-term? If you replied “By removing the weed from its root”, you’re totally right!
How have you changed your life for the better? We would love for you to share with us below!
XO & Juicy Love,
The Juicy Geniuses Team