I leave the past in the past and focus on the future. I am able to stay focused on the present and the future. My ability to avoid dwelling on the past is increasing. I understand that thinking about the past has negative consequences. There is nothing left for me in the past. I am glad that I learned from my past mistakes and successes. That is the good thing about the past – the lessons it provides. I take those lessons and apply them to my present. Focusing on the past, though, leads to regret. I choose to look forward. I spend five minutes each day to imagine the future I wish to experience. I know that a compelling future is the best way to stay motivated and positive. I work hard in the present to create my future. I can only interact with time in the present moment. I make the most of each moment and look forward to enjoying the future even more. I am able to let go of the past. Time spent on past regrets and mistakes lessens my ability to manage my life and generate success. I have a greater potential for happiness when I leave the past behind. I forgive those that have wronged me. I forgive myself for my past mistakes. Today, I keep my attention on the present and the future. I am permanently leaving the past in my rear view mirror. I leave the past in the past and focus on the future. Self-Reflection Questions: 1, How can I enhance my ability to avoid focusing on the past? 2, What are my goals for the future? 3, What type of life do I dream of living?