🧐 High-performance people take pride in their gardens. They pull the weeds of pessimism and negativity daily.
🌱At some point, a weed will sprout in their newly planted garden. In the beginning, the weeds are harmless and do little to hinder the growth of the newly planted seeds.
🌾In fact, the growth is so slight it appears as an insignificant sprout that blends in with its surroundings. The thought is: “it’s a bit of an irritant but harmless to my garden.”
⚠️Experience has taught them to ignore the weed and hope it grows tired or dries out.
⏳Sooner or later, their garden is so riddled with weeds that they never see the infestation take over.
⚡️Some accept the weed as a condition, instead of an inhabitant that needs to be tended to. They find blame in everything else around them but the gardener.
💥The expectation is this newly planted garden will not resemble the last spot they planted.
‼️Gardens that are littered with excuses have the ability, if allowed, to contaminate other gardens beyond their boundaries.
👉🏻Poor gardeners love to share their wisdom, insights, shortcuts, and methodology and philosophies — if you allow it.
“Just as a grander must tend to her plot, keeping out the weeds, you must tend to the garden of your mind, weeding out the thoughts of lack, limitations, and negativity. You must nurture and tend to the thoughts of joy, succes, and purpose.” -Randy Gage.
⁉️How are you tending to your mindset garden?