Are you feeling lost or struggling to make changes in your life? I’ve been there before and it wasn’t until I decided to follow these 10 Commandments that I was able to change my life for good.

When I hit rock bottom, I rocketed back to achieve emotional, physical, and financial freedom. If I can do it, you can too.

Everything I teach is based off these commandments because I’ve seen them work time and time again. If you are willing to let-go of the bad habits and follow these steps, they will work for you too.

You can create an inspired life, even when the odds stack against you.

So… Here is your wake-up call. It’s time to experience the change you have been desiring for so long.

  1. Never underestimate the power of one decision to change your life.
    The cliché is true: Life is too short. Sometimes it takes getting smacked upside the head to spark a willingness to change. At any moment, you can say, “This is not how my story is going to end.
  2. Walk your talk. Always.
    If you talk a good game, but your walk sucks, you might get away with it for a bit. Until the quality people you want in your life start to see right through it. Take a look in the mirror every day and be willing to call yourself on your own bullshit.
  3. It will work if you work it…continuously.
    There is no finish line. Keep working even if you think you’re getting nowhere. The deeper you go, the more you reveal. When you pull back layer after layer in your life, you can always find new levels of growth and gratitude. Just don’t quit before the miracles happen
  4. Choose your standards, then your goals.
    The problem with most driven, high-performing people is that we set goals without the standards to support them. Goals are bright, shiny objects that keep us running hard. Standards are the food, water, and rest that fuel our ability to run. You need both to make it work
  5. Remember: Pain is inevitable; suffering is optional.
    No matter how deeply you drink the self-help Kool Aid and participate in personal development work, you cannot avoid the pain of being alive. You can, however, avoid the suffering if you choose to look at every situation in your life as an opportunity to grow
  6. Recognize that perfectionism is a form of self-abuse.
    Everybody knows perfection doesn’t exist, but that doesn’t stop us from prodding, flogging, injecting, and starving ourselves in a desperate bid to get there. You can escape Perfectionism Prison any time you like, but first you need to recognize that you hold the key
  7. Let everything serve your highest good.
    Don’t mistake the presence of fear for the absence of free will in your life. You are always in charge of your actions, your choices, your responses to the situations and people around you. And trust me: every single thing you’ve been through in your life has brought you lessons and blessings that serve your highest good.
  8. Don’t try to go it alone.
    We were never meant to do this life alone. No matter how much you think my life has equipped me to serve you on your journey, you are equally equipped to help me on my journey too. Together, we can be braver and more courageous. Together, we can make an impact on the world that far outshines our individual contributions.
  9. Do good, and you will Do Good.
    Commit to showing up from a place of true service (while being 100% yourself). Vow to spread your love and light (with absolutely no agenda). Help other people get what they want (even something as small as a hug). Do this, and you will inevitably get all that you desire.
  10. The answer (to any question) is love.
    ‘Nuff said.

Now What:

Take 20 minutes today to meditate on these commandments and consider how you are going to apply them to your life. I’ve also included a printable image of the 10 commandments for you to use as a daily reminder. Print this image and stick it somewhere you will often see (EX: your fridge, desk, bathroom, etc.). Once you have it posted, take a picture and share it with me on social media –  Instagram @tracyomalley or Facebook @TracyOmalleyPage. Accountability is priceless and I want to make sure you are doing the work!

Go ahead. Change is waiting for you.


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