Blocks-Mindsets that Block the Vision

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Blocks-Mindsets that Block the Vision

Carolyn Coleman-Grady

Better Web Builder

Blocks-Mindset that Blocked the Vision

I think we all have blocks between us and the best version of ourselves, whether it’s shyness, insecurity, anxiety, whether it’s a physical block, and the story of a person overcoming that block to their best self. It’s truly inspiring because I think all of us are engaged in that every day.
Tom Hooper

Good morning everyone, I’m Carolyn Coleman-Grady an independent business owner of better web builder. Today, I’d like to speak with you about blocks that alter our mindset. Tom Hooper quote provides us with blocks which alter our mindset.

We all experience a block or two sometimes. There are situations in our lives that alter how and what we think. Insecurity can be the foundation of many of these blocks. Just image yourself standing on a slab of cement, firm foundation and suddenly insecurity creeps in and begins to eat away at the foundation like Pac-man eventually as it continues to indulge the foundation will disappear leaving you on standing on soft sinking ground. The challenges of daily living could alter and block the mind-set.

Shyness is a mind-set it is often surrounded by fear, and a decrease in confidence. Sometimes shyness will cause one to hide behind others, they have limited conversations but it does not mean they lack great ideas. However, shyness blocks and decreases our ability to engage others. We must be able to communicate with each other and not be afraid of what others will think or say. Mindsets increase our anxiety and lessen focus.

All of us feel anxious in some areas of our lives, children, family, finances, and work and even in our businesses. I believe there are many incidents that contribute to anxiety. For example: anticipation of the arrival of a new baby, whether your children will arrive to school on time, and if the work environment is hectic. When anxiety takes over our lives and affects focus it could become a problem.  It causes an alteration in focus, and our ability to function and produce diminishes. There blocks we may not be able to control for example, physical blocks. Physical deficits like gait impairments, wheelchair bound, fibromyalgia, MS, chronic pain, and back problems. These blocks often times are out of our control, but it does not mean we should embrace defeat, despair and hopelessness. There will be days we may say what is the use? If this becomes a question then it gives time for an exploration of a reasonable answer.

There are many blocks to increase our anxiety, but, I believe our mindset either promotes us or demotes us into areas of isolation, and depression. I suggestion, getting involve with others who are experiencing your same blocks, i.e. positive productive people whose stories will excite you enough that anxiety will fly right out the door.  I wish you the best today and I hope something inspiring happens in your life that will cause you to share your story. Just think someone will be blessed by how you have overcome blocks in your life.

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Carolyn Coleman-Grady-Finding ways to grow

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2 responses »

  1. Whatever we do has to be consistent with our core beliefs. There are activities that are worth doing. And there are others that are not, regardless of the potential of material return. Our spiritual values are the criteria by which we judge our actions.

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