You might probably think that it’s fear.
Or the toxic people that you’re surrounded by.
Or the environment you’re in.
We can blame others all we want.
But life’s biggest enemy is staring right back at you in the mirror.
As harsh as this may sound, you’re the reason why you’re stuck with a job that you hate.
You’re the reason why you’re still hanging out with people you despise.
The reason why we’re stuck.
The reason why we’re caught up in certain situations that we don’t like.
Is because we’ve allowed ourselves to do so.
You may disagree with this but the quality of your life is largely determined by the amount of effort you put into it.
Sure there are situations that aren’t within our control.
But we still have the capability to make conscious efforts to improve whatever situation we’re in.
Stop making excuses and start taking responsibility.
If you hate your job, take that giant leap and find one that you don’t.
Even if it means having to pay for courses to land a job that you love, go for it.
If you’re in a toxic, abusive and uninspiring relationship, get out.
Even if it means breaking up with someone you’ve been with for a long time.
If you’re stuck in college when you really want to pursue a passion that’s not related to your course of study, drop out.
Even if it means upsetting a lot of people.
We’ve become too complacent with our current situations that we continue to settle being unhappy with our lives.
It’s time to change.