This is a common condition for many. It causes you to be stuck and never really accomplish much. If you find yourself always putting things off, and saying tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow…it’s definitely time for a reinvention.
Your Priorities Have Changed
Priorities can change as you age or anytime in life. When you were younger perhaps it was more important to party, go out and have a good time. Now that you are older you may have more important things on your mind like taking care of family and planning for retirement. Or you may simply be thinking about your future and where you are headed. All of this requires a change in mindset, and action steps and so your reinvention can focus on that.
Your priorities are your own, and so you will need to decide what the details of the reinvention will be to reach your end goal.
Bad habits are ideal catalysts for reinvention…
• Are you a couch potato?
• Do you smoke?
• Do you drink too much?
• Was the last time you ate a vegetable at your middle school cafeteria?
Perhaps a lot of the things you do are “bad for you?” Specifically, is poor self-worth causing you to be self-destructive? Do you sabotage yourself often? This is an ideal reason for reinvention. To grow as a person and love yourself yields many significant benefits.