ne else. Because you are what you DO. More dire… act accordingly. If you don’t act accordingly, you’ll signal to yourself that you’re someone else. Because you are what you DO. More directly, you are what you say “YES” to.
Benjamin Hardy, PhD
I am reminded that on my own journey, I’ve never been healthier than when I’ve started living wholeheartedly and doing those things that align with what I believe. This can be hard for those of us who have been raised in an environment that didn’t value this. I realized a few years ago that I wasn’t watching what people DO (myself included) enough. I’ve fallen for the trap of listening to people’s words and believing them, and then making excuses when the actions don’t line up. I believe my compass was broken and this has led to much sorrow and losing my way. That’s why what you’ve said here is so important. For myself, when I started getting serious about elevating what people DO (again, myself included) above what is said, that’s when I believe my life really began to change for the better. Thanks for writing this!