Begin to question your thoughts and feelings towards the individual problems you face in your life.
1. Your problems affect your mindset
All the problems you’ve been facing during your CA course …
– your repeated failures
– the decline in your academic performance
– feeling bad when you see the CA students who started out with you went much ahead of you
– feeling clueless about your career and future
– being in dilemma
– feeling sad, frustrated, and irritated
– your growing age with no corresponding growth in your career
– unhelpful opinions or judgments passed by the people in your life
– future insecurity and anxiety
– unhelpful family talks etc.
… all of these problems first affect your thoughts and feelings, and your affected thoughts and feelings in turn affect other aspects of your life.
In other words, the many problems you face during your CA course affect your mind, and your affected mind, in turn, affects the outcome in all the aspects of your life.
If, overall, you see nothing good happening in any aspect of your life, it might be the time we work a bit on your mindset.
2. Your mindset affects your outcome
The thoughts and feelings you carry towards the individual problems you face in your life, including your behaviour and actions as a result of such of your thoughts and feelings, over a period of time they become your mindset.
Your mindset then affects the outcome in your life.
If and when you feel that the problems in your life have got the better of you, it is important that you begin to question your thoughts, feelings, and the behaviour and actions resulting from your thoughts and feelings towards the individual problems you face in your life.
– Is your thought towards your problem helping you, or harming you?
– Is your feeling towards your problem helping you, or harming you?
– What about your resulting behaviour or action – is it helping you, or harming you?
– Are your thoughts, feelings, behaviours, or actions towards your individual problems progressive?
– Or are they holding you back?
Question your thoughts, feelings, behaviour, and actions on their helpfulness and progressiveness.
– Are they helping you, or harming your wellbeing?
– Are they helping you to progress, or holding you back?