1. Accept Change
Sometimes starting over means accepting that you’re no longer the person you used to be. As hard as it may seem in the beginning, you’ll be surprised how fast things will fall into place again.
2. Make a Plan
And stick to it.
3. Make Peace with the Past
Accept ALL your past defeats and victories. Accept all your past mistakes or brilliant decisions. Look around and accept that the only option you have is to live now.
4. Clean Up Your Closet
Throw away clothes, things, devices, memories. Clean up your room, wipe the dust, get rid of the clutter. The more you let go, the more lighter you’ll feel. Change will look like a natural path, not an effort.
5. Restart Your Morning Routine
Mornings are certainly underrated. They have a huge influence on our lives. A small insertion in your morning routine could have incredibly deep effects. In fact, the way you’re starting your morning will completely shape the way you’re spending the whole day.
6. Laugh More Often
It may be that you’re fighting to get back your life, to find your purpose, or to attain your goal. Be there, be a warrior, but don’t forget to laugh. Even in the most difficult part of your lives you can find reasons to laugh.
7. Quit Being a Quitter
Quitting something (your job, your family, and your friends) doesn’t mean you start fresh, it means you’re not finishing your stuff. Quit doing this, take responsibility and do your part of the job. If you committed to something, finish it. It may be difficult, but until you consume everything you set up for a meal, you won’t be able to fill your plate again.
8. Stop Trying To Be Perfect
Perfection is a big mind trap. Just try to be better instead of perfect. Being better will always give you room for change. Chasing perfection will not.