What do you want to be when you grow up? Does this seem like a silly question? are you thinking? I have already grown up. What is the purpose of this question? But think about it, as you grow and change, each year can bring a new answer. Does it seem like the older you get, the harder it is to know what you want to achieve in your life? So, if someone asks you this, will you have to stop and think about your life?
As a child, you wanted one thing. As a teenager, you wanted something more. Then you get to your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and so on and every year it changes. So, ask yourself, what do I aspire to be? It’s nice to ask the question, “What do I want to be when I grow up?” Read this article aloud daily. Make any necessary changes to your aspirations and things to suit your needs. Knowing what you want to be, achieving your goals and dreams is within your reach.
- It is my desire not to allow other people’s judgment to affect how I feel about myself. I also wish not to judge others anymore. I know that people in my heart judge me based on their current level of awareness. Because I know it, it’s unfair to judge other people.
- I am inclined to believe in myself because I know that no matter what happens, I am enough! I will give my 100% in whatever I do. I will focus on past success to remind myself not to give self-doubt any merit.
- I don’t want to control my emotions and let negative thoughts control me. If I catch myself thinking negative thoughts, I will push them away. My goal is to focus only on positive thinking.
- I am aspiring to be authentic me. I have the courage and strength to act based on my beliefs. I also wish not to judge other people for their beliefs. I know I can stay on the right track by socializing with like-minded people. I am determined to achieve my destiny.
- I aspire not to give anyone the power to ruin my day. When someone says something negative, I will respond with a positive response. Maybe I can help them see things in a different light.If I meet someone who doesn’t have anything nice to say, I will quickly turn away from them. I will close my mind to people and situations that are not good for my mental health.
“Within our dreams and aspirations, we find our opportunities.” – Sugar Ray Leonard
- I aspire to live in the moment. Since there is no guarantee of tomorrow, I will pay close attention to whatever I do. I will fill my heart with gratitude for every moment I have on earth.
- I am inclined to increase my awareness every day. I know that I can only do things based on my current level of awareness. For this reason, I know that I must focus on becoming more aware of other people and things around me in order to learn and grow.
- I aspire to do whatever it takes to make my dreams come true. I will work harder, faster and smarter. I’ll learn whatever I need to do to accomplish this. I am ready to learn whatever it takes to achieve my goals.
- I am inclined to control my thoughts. I know that all my feelings come from my thoughts about any given situation. If I see something good, it is. If I see something bad, that is. Only I can control how I feel about any situation or situation.
- I am aspiring to live my life without limits. I believe that as long as I can see something in my mind, I can make it a reality. I will not allow myself to think that I am unable to achieve anything because of my limitations. I would stand tall and say to myself, “I have no limits.”
- I am willing to spend my time doing what I love and to bring out the best in myself and others. My goal is to make a positive contribution to the world. I know that if I do what I love, I will have more to offer to the world. Doing what I love will serve others better and bring out the best in me. I know that by doing this I will bring abundance to my life. When I feel good about myself, I attract love, health, success and happiness. After all, isn’t it about abundance?
- I am inclined to practice patience. If someone gets on my nerves, I will use my mind to understand their point of view. If things go wrong, I’ll take a few deep breaths and be patient until the frustration goes away.
- I aspire to stop worrying. If I have the power to change something, “I will.” If I can’t change it, worrying won’t change it. So, worrying is a waste of my time. As long as I know this, there’s no reason to worry about it.
- I aspire to eliminate fear. Let’s see what fear is. Fear is an excuse to procrastinate things I’m not sure I can accomplish. When I have a dream, it can be hard to work every day. Sometimes I think it’s impossible. When I get a chance I can fail, I want to stop. I know that if I work hard every day and face my fears, I can move forward. I won’t let that be an excuse for why I can’t. I’ll focus on why. Just because I may fail is no excuse to stop. I will stand firm and will not feel pressured to step down. I will face my fears and achieve my goals.
- I am inclined to be grateful. I know that I have many reasons to express my gratitude for my life. Each day I will take time to focus on everything good that is happening around me. I will take time each day to appreciate what I have and be grateful for my abundance.
- I long to be forgiving. I know that I am only hurting myself by holding onto anger or bad feelings towards others. Most people don’t even know I feel this way. I am giving my power only when I do not let myself overcome it. I am ready to let go of the past and embrace my inner peace.
I will also forgive myself for past mistakes and use them to learn and grow and tell me what didn’t work. I’ll be open to the opportunity to achieve more and get it right next time.
I know that no matter how guilty I feel about past mistakes, it won’t change them. I am no longer willing to accept guilt for things that are over, done and gone. I can only move on from this present moment and make the right decisions this time.
I will read my list every day and achieve what I want to be. I will find my purpose and become authentic what I see and feel in my heart.
I will become everything that I aspire to be. I will let go of the past and live in the present moment. I will focus on enjoying life and the people around me who bring me joy and happiness.