Why Can The Road To Success Be So Uncomfortable?

Always pushing the boundary of what you know and who you are, in search of a better you is a trait common amongst the successful in any walk of life. Many say you find and achieve nothing in the realm of mediocrity and comfortability.

Only when you wander into the void of the unknown, where risk and failure dance with opportunity and success, this is where you are guaranteed not to find sanctuary, but something much more rewarding in the long run however uncomfortable it may feel at the time. Successful people always advocate taking calculated risk to wander into that void!

Only when you wander into the void of the unknown, where risk and failure dance with opportunity and success, this is where you are guaranteed not to find sanctuary, but something much more rewarding in the long run however uncomfortable it may feel at the time. Successful people always advocate taking calculated risk to wander into that void!

When venturing into the void of potential success, in addition to calculated thinking and trying to cover all bases to the best of your ability, it still doesn’t stop someone from excessively worrying or pondering the worst.

 

When someone has sacrificed what they are in order to become more, and life then manifests the success and realisation the person has been working towards, it can be very difficult for the subconscious mind to process the paradigm shift and embody the success you are becoming.

The processes of peoples’ subconscious minds is largely unknown to the average person and is difficult to grasp at the best of times, let alone when you’re pushing yourself to extremes, trying to succeed, as you become the person your subconscious mind has yet to understand.

You have to remember that the mind tends to work in the past or the future, pondering on things that have passed or deliberating on what may come; very rarely is the mind focussed on the present here and now, unless you have imminent danger at your doorstep! That can wake you up to the present moment instantly, just jump out of a plane and do a skydive to find out what I mean.

When you achieve a huge milestone in your life, whether physical (e.g. a fitness goal), financial (e.g. wealth) or emotional (e.g. becoming a parent), the precipice of that milestone can be the most uncomfortable time for the soon to be successful person!

Beneath the storm of fear, anxiety, worrying, nerves and everything else, you can transcend to a place outside the subconscious storm and move to a place of peace and tranquility. That is the place where the original idea or concept you originally created resides with an air of confidence and certainty that made you take action in the first place.

The point I’m trying to make is this: it’s OK to be afraid, nervous or anxious about transcending to a better, more successful you. In fact if you weren’t a little bit jittery, you probably did not put your all into it, and the room for failure is greater. Some of the best athletes in the world talk about such emotions and revel in it! They know this feeling of discomfort is familiar and tends to be the event horizon to success.

This probably isn’t true for people who are regularly achieving their goals, but more so for someone who is a virgin of success and isn’t accustomed to raising their standards and living up to it. It can be a very difficult moment to handle, but it needs to be embraced and managed, not subdued or feared!

So if you’re in that position, cut yourself some slack and really try and stay grounded. Don’t get over inflated with arrogance if things are going right and don’t get overly distraught if new hurdles get in the way.

Remember this: whatever happens, you were exactly the same person before you tried something new and in the worst case scenario, you can always try again, however hard it may be to try again. So there’s no loss involved either way…

But for those of you who ascend to a new version of yourselves with success in the bag, the feeling of elation and triumph can be so addictive that you will only want to attain it again and again. This is probably why rich and successful people continue to aspire for more, clearly not for financial reasons but for the buzz of forever becoming more tomorrow than you are today!

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