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"Breaking up is Hard to Do."

When I was a kid, there was a song called "Breaking up is hard to do" by Neil Sedaka. Funny enough, the version that I liked the most was the one done by Alvin and the Chipmunks.

(Don't you judge me....who doesn't like the Chipmunks?) Anyway, at the time, I really, really liked it. The words resonated with me, but not for the reasons you might think. To me, it reminded me of the love I was yet to have, even if it meant losing that love and hoping that they would come back. You might be wondering what that has to do with an inspirational post. Everything. First and foremost, I want to point out that I was prognosticating heart break. Don't do that. Ever. (We will talk about manifesting a problem in your life later. ) If adversity of the heart comes your with it then. No point in looking for the wolf, especially when you are still in the process of building your house. Huff Puff.... "Breaking up is Hard to Do" Secondly, we are so prone to non-beneficial habits, the ones so deep that we forget that we do them, that we never realize that we are in a relationship with something that is preventing our success. Break up. Say goodbye. Let it go. That tipping point will always only be a teeter without going over if you keep finding ways to stay in the same routines that prevented you from accomplishing your dreams in the first place. That is not the kind of balance I have been telling you to create in your life. There is a place that each and everyone of us must go to and through in order to become the best versions of who we are and who were meant to be. But to get requires you to be accountable for what you are doing to contribute to why you are still doing the same things you have always done. You can defer responsibility, but not accountability. Do what you do...get what you get. Own the results. "Breaking up is Hard to Do" So, what does that mean for you? To you? It means, that it is time to get out of your own way, stop making convenient excuses and tell your limiting thoughts and behaviors.... Bye Bye. Tell them, its over, you are done. No take back-sies. We are moving on. Moving to a relationship with success and prosperity. Where the results are found in our persistence and perseverance. Where failure is a place to learn not live. It's okay to be single on this road for a bit. Don't worry, you will attract your journey mate or mates soon enough. But for now, understand you, the why, the when...the how you can create new habits and break down, then break up with the old ones. This is crucial. Each step. Each piece. "Breaking up is Hard to Do" We too often try to fix things without understanding why we do the things we do. Additionally we try to fix things that we shouldn't. Symptom versus Cause. That logic, if you want to call it that, will only get you in a place where old comfortable habits will resurface and spoil or at the very least incredibly decrease your chances for success. So, figure it out. Work hard it. Go inside break it down like an old cardboard box, and throw it away. You don't need it. You never did, but maybe you didn't know that. Or maybe you were afraid to let go, because you weren't sure what was on the other side. I will tell you a secret. I know what's on the other side. "You" and all of your successful glory. But only if you are willing to stop the relationship that is harming your destiny. Breaking up can be very hard to do. I get it. Been there...done that. But it might also be one of the impacting and important things you can ever do to help your future. That Love Hate relationship with mediocrity has reached the end of the road. Time to say goodbye.

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