“Create a vision and never let the environment, other people’s beliefs, or the limits of what has been done in the past shape your decisions.” Tony Robbins
Tony Robbins helps instill in individuals that each person can make his or her own path. Each person has to make a conscious decision to proceed forward in whichever way that they are motivated. Motivation is the key that a person has to have. Tony Robbins arrives at hallmark statements that a person can repeat to his/herself daily. A person cannot allow him/herself to be swayed by an outward influence that they encounter. A focused decision should not be too broad. A broad goal or decision I have found to be extremely difficult to pursue. Many people suggest setting a relatively small goal so as to not lose sight of where your goals are. A goal can always be expanded, but it is far more difficult to narrow the scope of the goal once a person has set his/her sights on a vaster objective.
Every day can serve as a platform for a new goal. Tony Robbins helps to convey that a person’s motivation need not be determined by their environment. A survivor of a brain injury in many cases has to tread his/her own path through much of life’s challenges. A vision must not be entirely abandoned based solely on the influence of other people. It is instrumental that a person holds on to the influence that he/she has on life. Life is certainly different to every person but it must not be forgotten that individuals have the final control over how their lives will proceed. I would love to hear who has taken time to decipher how they are going to proceed. After a brain injury, life plans take a bit longer to decipher. It is important to remember that even though some things may take longer for a person who has sustained a brain injury, often times they are done with far more care. Much of life after a brain injury is about the effort put forth. A person will be recognized for the effort that he/she puts forth. It is important that survivors put forth an effort and not abandon his/her vision simply because of what others have done. I would love to hear any responses that you may have. As always I thank you very much for reading.