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  • Writer's pictureDhiren P. Harchandani

I have yet to meet a loser

Hello hello,


Recently, a friend reached out to me, frustrated by certain aspects of his life that weren't aligning with his expectations.


His call reminded me of a powerful truth, the root of our dissatisfaction is often linked to our self-identity.


If you are unhappy with where you stand in life, consider this, it might be time to redefine how you see yourself.


Start identifying as a winner.

Begin crafting a narrative in your life that supports this new identity by accumulating evidence that you are a winner!


One of the simplest yet profound ways to initiate this transformation is by setting a routine that challenges you.


Waking up early to meditate or exercise can be a game-changer.


Though it's a challenge, consistently overcoming this hurdle every morning for a month can dramatically shift your mindset.


You'll soon find yourself thinking, "Wow, I did that. That’s one tough challenge I’ve conquered."


This new routine doesn't just change your daily schedule—it reshapes your brain chemistry. It alters how you perceive yourself.


If you feel you're not winning in certain areas of your life, try this: wake up at 5 AM for a month, dedicate time to meditation or a workout, and watch how you transform.


By the end of the month, you won't just feel different; you'll be a different person.


I have yet to meet a person who wakes up at 5 am and is losing at the game of life.


I'm rooting for you to have even more success!


Dhiren

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