A lot of people struggle with chaos in their lives. Then, there are people who thrive in chaos.
You need to stop being the one who is controlled by life. Stop reacting to the things that life brings you. Gain real power by adapting to events and thinking forward.
This requires you to have a clear mind and a fearless approach to things.
How do you handle chaos?
Notice your need to control things and stop that. You want to be able to see change and chaos as fun things. You can get to that place through experience.
Letting go of past strategies and victories is key. Our normal reaction might be resistance to chaos.
Drop your need to control things and that will put you in a place where you're not reacting to events.
You will then recognize the patterns that were alluding you due to your clouded thinking. By letting go of wanting to control everything in your life, you can allow yourself to soak in the moment.
Chaos isn't really chaos. It's a set of events that you haven't understood.
Relax, or else you close off. Apply strategies based on the circumstances of your environment. Apply them based on your current resources.
Learn to be grounded in the moment. You're able to see reality without fear and you can see through people's manipulations.
Challenge your beliefs to be able to see clearer. Consistently ask yourself if perhaps you are wrong.
The greatest power is to be able to see the future and prepare for it.
When you’re able to see reality for what it is, the strategies that you come up with will be based on your environment. Whatever you do will have a higher chance of working.
Using your mind will enable you to formulate patterns in order to anticipate events. You can be prepared and nothing catches you off guard.
Constantly challenge your mind’s assumptions of the world. This will connect you with your environment.
When something happens, you focus on what you can do and not what you cannot do. Formulate your strategies is based on your resources.
When dealing with people, act based on what they've done in the past and not what you hope for them to do. Focus on their actions instead of their words.
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