Positive Thoughts for Students Who Think They Cannot Do It (Part One)

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Many prospective students who want to return to school are held back by an intricate framework of negative thoughts about themselves and their capabilities. In too many instances, these negative thoughts probably evolved due to prior experiences in a school setting that may have been embarrassing, low-quality, or reminiscent of failure.

Sometimes these persistently negative thoughts have arisen due to pessimistic statements made by extended family members, spouses, partners, friends or some other unsupportive individual in their lives. It is even more unfortunate when the seeds of doubt are planted by the very same people in our lives that we seemingly expect to care about us the most.

With all of the negativity in our lives, sometimes it is an uphill battle to truly believe in our abilities to accomplish our goals. The mental voice in our framework of inner thoughts tends to speak to us more loudly than any other person. Nonetheless, believing in oneself and insisting that our goals can be accomplished is always a positive thing.

We should never feel that we do not deserve success for ourselves and those we love. We should never feel that we do not deserve to enjoy the type of life that we envision ourselves living. Keep plugging away at what you want, and common sense dictates that eventually you will obtain what you want. However, you must change your thoughts in order to change your life.

POSITIVE THOUGHT NUMBER ONE: “I am proud of all the things I have accomplished up to this point.”

All accomplishments are noteworthy and should be celebrated, regardless of how small or petty they may seem at the present time. These achievements may include parenthood, child rearing, escaping from an abusive situation, accrual of five years of service on the job, and so forth. Each life experience contributes to the complex person we are today. In other words, do not be afraid to take pride in every accomplishment regardless of how insignificant it may seem.

POSITIVE THOUGHT NUMBER TWO: “I truly believe in the individual that I want to become.”

In order to create a better future, a person must first formulate a clear mental picture of a brighter future so he or she can constantly envision it. This mental picture may or may not entail a person with a strong degree of self-confidence who has stability and an awesome career that pays enough to support one’s immediate family. Whatever the case, a person needs to fully believe in the individual that he or she aspires to become.

POSITIVE THOUGHT NUMBER THREE: “I am deserving of the dreams that I have for myself and my family.”

The people who accomplish their goals and dreams generally have some character traits in common such as tenacity, grit, perseverance, confidence and assertiveness. They tend to believe that they actually deserve to succeed, so they go after their goals with an eagerness that often goes unrivaled. Once you start to believe that you are seriously deserving of the dreams that you have for you and your family, the likelihood of turning those dreams into reality increases by leaps and bounds.

Do you want to make positive changes in your life and career prospects? The 7-day CNA program at Legacy Healthcare Careers provides state-approved training that trains you to become a nursing assistant in approximately one week. Call (682)626-5266 to enroll now. Classes start soon.

Also, Legacy Healthcare Careers intends to offer certified medication aide training classes to prospective students in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area who are already employed as CNAs or direct care staff workers. Call (682)626-5266 for more details.

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