Get a life!

This is the name of the book on which this article is based. A book that tries to offer you the necessary tools so that you can make a living and achieve your goals.

In my personal case, since it is such an abstract concept, I have looked for examples that explain concretely what it means to make a living.

One of the examples I have found on a personal level is my family, with the simple fact of leaving their hometown in search of a better future, working conditions that allow them to give their children a series of benefits, which are generally taken for granted, but which in different places is still a privilege.

In short, “get a life” is, having a clear objective or goal, with the corresponding motivation, to obtain the necessary tools that allow you to achieve it. “Get a life” is assuming responsibility in the face of circumstances that arise on a daily basis.

To make a living you must have a series of attitudes that allow you to achieve your goals, for example: Abilities to respond to situations that arise, be oriented to your goals, focused on the means you have to achieve it, make decisions.

To look for your life is far from being a stubborn person who constantly complains because he does not get what he wants, to look for your life is not to be focused on the obstacles, or to seek above all to blame and / or want to be right before the solution, above all things.

To do this you will have to answer a series of basic questions that will help you to orient yourself towards them:

What goal do you want to achieve: work/personal?

What do you think you need to achieve it?

What are you willing to do for it?

But above all, know that in order to make a living and achieve your goals, you will have to face challenges, face your fears, take on changes and take action, that is what it means to be a “Blver“.

Next, we will give you some guidelines that can help you in achieving your goals, there are many that can serve as: get out of your comfort zone, or work on your emotional intelligence, but in this case we highlight the following:

 “If you believe, you create”.

Depending on what you believe (from the verb to believe) you will get what you create (from the verb to create).

Each of us are and think and understand the world by the beliefs we have, which in turn, are the result of the experiences we have lived and that condition us.

From an early age we are influenced by our family, our religion, our friends, our education, these influences shape our mental map and the positioning we have before the world around us.

In short, our beliefs plus our senses end up shaping the way in which we perceive reality, and that way is what leads us to the stimulus-response behavior that we have in society for each of the situations that arise or arise.

It is what is commonly known as the Pygmalion effect, that with the strength and conviction of a belief you can influence the behavior and performance of a person.