Who’s Game are You Winning?

Life is often described as a game, where we navigate through a series of challenges, triumphs, and setbacks.

If you think of your current reality as a game, who made up the rules of the game that you’re playing?

Are you playing your parent’s game? Did they define what it takes to be successful or perhaps you’re playing the game that our society has created?

What would happen if you changed the game? What if you made your own rules and created the characters?

Then, how would you win?

There are different types of games. Some have a defined winning point such as running where you win if you cross the finish line first and others, that don’t have a specified end point. I.e. happiness, relationships, staying healthy, etc. 

Let’s say your goal is to get in shape. Once you’re there, the game becomes how to stay in shape and that’s a forever game.

The first step in winning your own game is to define your vision. Take time to reflect on your values, passions, and aspirations. Set specific, realistic goals that align with your vision. Having a well-defined purpose will give you direction and motivation as you navigate through the various stages of life.

Next, cultivate a growth mindset. Embrace challenges as opportunities for growth rather than setbacks. View failures as valuable lessons that bring you closer to success. Develop resilience and perseverance to overcome obstacles, and maintain a positive attitude even in the face of adversity.

Take action in the direction that you want to go.

Build meaningful relationships on the way. Surround yourself with positive, supportive individuals who inspire and challenge you. Cultivate strong connections with friends, family, mentors, and colleagues. Collaborate, network, and leverage these relationships to learn, grow, and achieve your goals.

Cultivate a habit of expressing gratitude for the blessings, opportunities, and relationships in your life. Focus on the positive aspects rather than dwelling on the negatives. Gratitude not only enhances your overall well-being but also attracts more abundance and success into your life.

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Published by Dr. Amanda Chan

Dr. Amanda Chan is a non-traditional chiropractor located in Ottawa, ON. She focuses on Neuro-Optimization which looks at the physical, emotional and thought patterns affecting your body and your life. Her mission is to give you specific tools and strategies to guide you on your healing journey.

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