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Reena Mohamed was born and raised in Malaysia. She was a company director to several, Businesses before shifting to her interest in Building Online Businesses. She writes on her experiences in Business as a Board Member on companies dealing with Construction, Travel, General Trading and Food & Beverage Retail. Her creative writing blogs suits online start-ups and for those interested in living a laptop lifestyle. She occasionally does blog reviews of beauty health and supplements, she currently lives in Petaling Jaya and will happily guest blog.

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Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Better Smarter Choices

Whats the one thing we have in common but do not like talking about?

Its our failures, and i bet you didn't have that in mind.

I knew some though, who loved talking about others failure yes, but never ever their own. ('Knew' being the operative word)

Yes life is full of choices so i chose and walked away from tiring  personalities in my life. I have had to learn to do it, i had to 'unfollow' people in real life as part of my positive lifestyle choice and physical wellness.  Cause, you realize that ultimately quality living is when you're surrounded with people who make you a better person, so guys.. go on and let go of those who don’t. You can, its that simple!
   
I think good quality life requires one to be slightly courage's and a little bit selfish, just walk away from situations, people or issues that disrupt your peace of mind. Its important to get the right mindset for life successes to unfold.

You see, making mistakes is a very very humbling experience, and i for one am no stranger to doing stupid things. A lot of us still though indulge in pride, which makes admitting to messing up so damn hard. We carry a facade that we are perfect people that never do wrong and have everything together in our lives.

Yess, Pfffbt.....what a load of poop!

I find being straight up about who I am, and all that I am and even continue to mess up (yup, its a daily thing here guys) -opens up those around me to do the same because they realize I am not someone who is going to judge them or try to fix them.

Tip of the day : Stop fixing people you will find more respect and friends this way.

If you really put your mind to wanting a good life then set aside the thought limitations you set on yourself , creating your success is simple but not easy, mistakes will happen again and again accepting failure is key cause everyone fails at something, just keep on trying.

Failure is truly our common ground,  if we can understand this maybe just maybe a forgiving nature be sparked in ourselves, it then can fix any misunderstanding usually led by having a one sided view , yes the driving force of quarrels.

It irks me when people judge what I have gone through and immediately try to fix me when they too have their own messy closet to deal with but dont. Its CRAZY! We all know when someone judges its not at all about the person being judged.



Second tip of the day : Fix you! You will find no reason to fix others.

I am lucky to have found support from those dedicated to health and wellness and who can also help you find better lifestyle solutions. So what if we fail, because you now know we can make better and smarter choices everyday.

Who are you trying to impress anyways?

6 comments:

  1. Mindset is truly important but so many take lightly the matter then wonder why they are stuck in a rut. Tks for sharing

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  2. When we judge we show more of our thoughts than anything else. I agree to not liking it when people try to fix me too, i mean hello?..

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  3. This is a well needed post for us in today's society. Keep up the great work.

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  4. Great post. It is important to own to our mistakes and treat them like learning experiences.

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  5. I've definitely had to learn to accept and own my mistakes, and I'm still working on it. For me it came from a place of fear, having grown up being told everything I ever did was wrong and being terrified to mess up. The people I always surrounded myself with were judgmental of everything, as was I. I enjoyed this piece, it was a great reminder to be mindful of your own thoughts and actions. Be the positive and judgement free person that you want others to be for you! Surround yourself with people who build you up and don't shame you for mistakes, and do the same for them.

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    1. Its so common isnt it..yet so wrong. Judgmental people are everywhere, i have had to learn to walk away. Thank you for sharing, comments like yours remind me that im not floating alone with this. 🙏

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