5 Best Ways To Know You’re Not On The Right Path

5 Best Ways To Know You’re Not On The Right Path
May 11, 2017 Leslie Juvin-Acker
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Five Ways To Know If You’re On The Right Path

Have you ever wondered if you’re on the right path? Keep yourself on track with these 5 best methods for staying focused.

1. ) The Right Path is A State of Mind

First of all, be true to yourself. Especially stop living in denial because lying to people out of fear of how people will respond to you is a sign you’re on the wrong path. Shakespeare said, “To thine own self be true and… thou cannot be false to no man.” He meant that if you’re true to yourself, you’ll be honest with others. Why? Because you won’t deny yourself to please others’ expectations.

2.) If You Expect That Life Should Be Different

If you believe your life should be something else than what it is right now, you’re denying the opportunity of the moment. Your highest self, Spirit, or God, is helping you on your path that you’re on right now. And, embrace it and live and love your life. When you do, you finally can accept yourself and others.

3. ) You Want To Control Others

If you withhold love, affection, and approval from others until they change their behavior is a sign that you’re not on the right path. Most noteworthy, trying to control other people is common in micromanages who don’t have the trust to let others do their job. Let people to be free as they are and take responsibility for your side of the relationship. Also, stop manipulating other’s behaviors to suit your insecurities.

4.) You’re Waiting For Permission From Life

While you’re waiting,  your friends or loved ones to give you a magic sign to give you validation that never comes. As a result, you build resentment and take out your anger on life. Therefore, take responsibility for yourself and don’t wait for approval from others. Give yourself permission to access your own wisdom to act.

5.) You Allow Negative Thoughts Dictate Your Behavior

If you keep having negative and paranoid thoughts, you’re not on the right path. If you are seeing faults in others, judging them, and not listening to the truth – your thoughts control your actions. As a result, you’re mindlessly controlled by random negative thoughts that come into your brain. Consequently, you rob yourself of power.

Finally, if you find yourself having to be dishonest, turn around and be honest. Therefore, ask yourself honest questions and answers. Release expectations and accept those things you can’t change. Let go of controlling others around you.



Leslie Juvin-Acker is the sought after executive coach who uses psychic abilities, emotional intelligence expertise, energy therapy techniques to help leaders understand themselves and release limiting beliefs for complete well-being and personal fulfillment. Leslie serves clients in Los Angeles, New York City, and San Diego and all over the globe.