If you don‘t have a toaster…you won’t eat toast!
The dynamics of the environments you live and operate in every day have a strong influence on how you behave in them.
Do you feel in control of your behaviour in your environments?
Or do your environments control your behaviour?
Your home, work, social, gym and travel.
All of these environments have many factors which will influence you and pull you in certain directions.
The energy in them, the people in them, the things in them.
Or not in them.
How much these factors are aligned to you and your values, your goals, your dreams and desires – will contribute enormously to how likely you are to succeed.
And how smooth the road to success is.
Shaping each one to be as conducive as possible for you and your needs makes sense.
The more your external environments match up to what you desire internally, the smoother the journey will be to achieving what you want.
Feeling this alignment will lead to peace. Empowering you to behave the way you want consistently and easily.
The DNA of each environment affects the others.
When each starts to align with your core desires, you will start to notice and experience a wonderful symbiosis between them.
Remove Roadblocks. Add Catalysts
Start by carrying out an honest audit of each environment by asking yourself two questions:
- What are the environmental factors that are holding me back from success?
These can be big obvious things or small, subtle things.
They may be things that are common for a lot of people, or unique to you.
It doesn’t matter.
The important thing is identifying the things that, if removed, would make you happier and healthier.
2. What are the environmental factors that are missing for my success?
The things that need to be added in to bridge the gap between where you are now and where you want to be.
Shaping your environments is your responsibility and you have the opportunity to keep refining them by reviewing the dynamics of them regularly.
It’s not easy, in fact it’s tough.
But incredibly enriching if you are brave enough to not let yourself off the hook.
Remember, if you don’t have a toaster…you won’t eat toast.