What does living your best life mean to you? Is it having a successful career where you’re respected by your peers, or is it spending quality time with your family each and every day? Whatever it means to you, know that there are ways to live your best life.
Know Yourself (BE-Come)
The first step in living your best life is knowing yourself. What do you want out of life? What are your values? How would you like to be remembered at the end of your life? These are all questions we should ask ourselves before we make any major decisions. If you don’t know what’s important to you, how will you know what activities will make you happy? Being able to answer these questions helps us find our purpose and makes it easier for us to say no when someone asks us to do something that conflicts with our values. Begin with learning you.
Say No More (Boundaries)
Saying no is not easy for many of us. We might feel guilty about saying no because we’re afraid that others won’t think well of us. But if saying yes means compromising who we want to be, then it’s worth saying no. Saying no is an empowering act that says a lot about what we value in this world. The more difficult it becomes for us to say no, the less likely we’ll follow through on anything meaningful in our lives. If saying yes means more work than we’re willing or able to do, then say no!
My Support System (Best Friends)
Don’t get wrong, not everyone can be your best friend. This title is a huge responsibility, and it means you need to surround yourself with people who are supportive of who you want to become, understand what’s important for you in life and will tell the truth when they love and care about you most.
The 3 B’s: BEcome, Boundaries &, Best Friends- these are the three things that can help you change your life. If you take the time to assess what is going on in your life and apply these 3 B’s then I guarantee that your life will be a fresh breath of air with an improved quality of living for yourself.