Are you wondering how to obsess and what to be obsessed with?
Obsess with your own strength
You can be anything you want if you set your mind to it. I bet you can remember your parents telling you this when you were a kid. Well it’s true! Every career has several paths that can get you to where you want to be. Just put your mind to it, work hard, and let your goals and aspirations be known to others. Back when I was 16, I got a job working in a taco restaurant at the local mall. I loved that job and was obsessed with being the best I could be and in less than a year, I was assistant manager. I didn’t let the fact that I was in high school stop me from climbing the ladder.
Obsess with believing in yourself – “don’t stop believing and hold on to that feeling”
You’ve got that Journey song stuck in your head now, right? Believe in yourself and believe in others. Both can be hard at times, but when you believe in yourself it boosts your confidence and others will sense it and be attracted to it. When you have and “hold on to that feeling,” it automatically helps you vibrate at a higher energy frequency.
Obsess with insistence and insist on obsessing
It’s not only about ideas. It’s about making ideas happen. You can have all the ideas in the world, but nothing will happen unless you insist on acting upon them. Implementation is the other half of the battle which requires you to push ahead to completion. Keep going no matter how hard things get. We started TitleSmart in the thick of a recession. If that doesn’t scream insistence, then I don’t know what does.
Obsess with being positive
Everyone wants to be around a positive and upbeat person. Positivity is contagious. Spread the cure.
Obsess to Success, Chapter 3: Get Positive
“Intentional positivity can make your life easier even if you don’t love what you’re doing. Train yourself to be as positive as you can about whatever you are involved in—and if that feels impossible, consider chasing what would really make you happy! Some of the things I do are reading positive, empowering books, listening to inspiration podcasts, and cutting out complaining about anything and anyone in general. (That helps no one!) I also have a daily positive affirmations desk calendar and I will often rip out the pages and tape them to other people’s office doors and computers to build the positive momentum.”