How to become mentally very strong?

Say “NO” to these things (The power of Denial)

  • Deny to people who keep demanding and spoiling your time. They pull you towards themselves, and away from yourself.
  • Deny to do those tasks which don’t make you feel good. In the long run, they are more harmful than you think.
  • Deny to people who want to change you for themselves. If they cannot accept you for who you are, they don’t deserve you.
  • Deny for wishing things were another way. Time wasted on this is time spent away from living in the present moment.
  • Deny the urge for trying to please everyone. You cannot. Even Michael Jackson couldn’t.
  • Deny time-consuming emotions like anger, distraction and obsession. None of them are a big deal by themselves. But run amok, they become a commitment like anything else.
  • Deny unrealistic expectations from people and from yourself. Take it a step further. Say “no” to expectations.
  • Deny the emotions which want you to hold the things tight. The tighter you hold it, the quicker it slips away.
  • Deny your effort for trying to change people. You can change just one person – yourself.
  • Deny the fighting which is beyond your control. Instead, identify what you can control, and work on it.
  • Deny the emotional vampires. They suck the positivity out of you, and leave you hollow and demoralized.
  • Deny to stagnation. Develop the seeking spirit.
  • Deny to toxic relationships. Overcome as early as possible. You deserve better.
  • Deny the Fear of Missing Out. Instead, cultivate the Joy of Missing Out.
  • Deny the reactions. Learn how to respond instead. (You must know the difference between reactions and respond)
  • Deny the status quo. Bruce Barton once said, “When you are through changing in life, you are through.”
  • Deny the media. It sells you what you don’t need. (Use as less as it required.)
  • Deny the bad health. A healthy body leads to a healthy mind, and a healthy life.
  • Deny to do everything. A person can do anything he wants, but cannot do everything he wants.
  • Deny to add what you don’t need. “It’s not the daily increase, but the daily decrease. Hack away at the inessential.” – Bruce Lee.
  • Deny the blame games. Nobody wins ever. Instead, take responsibility for your outcomes.
  • Deny the feeling of always being right. Try being kind and having an open mind.
  • Deny to addictions. All addictions – even the good ones – are bad. Abstinence from them brings you clarity of thought and peace of mind.
  • Deny the habit of being judgmental. When you stop judging, the fear of being judged goes with it.
  • Deny the habit of abandoning your self-respect. Nothing comes before your self-esteem.
  • Deny to lower your standards of integrity. Integrity is a choice, and when you act in ways out of alignment with it, you suffer.
  • Deny the peer pressure. No one can make you do or feel something without your permission.
  • Deny the gossips. For God’s sake, get over it already.
  • Deny to mind others’ business. You have your own life. Make something of it.
  • Deny the feeling of act like a victim. Take control of your life.
  • Deny to be a slave of your mind. Become its master instead.

Your life belongs to you. Go on. Live it your way.

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