It’s going to be difficult if you think it is.
It’s time to get badass on the old, conditioned thought and belief patterns paralyzing the shift and transformation toward success you’re craving. What if this were easy? Here are several excellent questions to ask that will rain an up-leveled awareness down on you so you can start this exciting journey.
To be successful in your life and business you’re going to have to up-level your mindset, specifically what you’re thinking about the way things will go down.
It is what you think it is. So what have you been thinking lately?
Every thought has an energy, vibration and possibility for manifestation. It’s important to create the discipline of a successful mindset if you’re interested in something different than what you have. Do you even know what you’re telling yourself?
To get from where you are to where you want to be will require a steadfast practice of observation and action when it comes to your thinking. What you’re telling yourself on a daily basis matters. And much of it might be so habitual you’re doing it without knowing it.
Start paying attention to what you think. All of it. Especially when your inner critic voice is throwing you into the pit of doubt, fear, uncertainty, shame or self-sabotage. What does she say?
Do a little journaling right now about this. Grab a notebook and pen, take a few breaths, set a timer for three minutes and write down the nasty messages you hear in your head when you’re bumping up against that comfort zone and the doubt creeps in.
Awesome. You now have a next-level awareness because you’ve put what’s inside on the outside and you can look at it. Journaling does this for you. But you still may not know what to do about the voices, even if you know what they are.
I must be doing something wrong. I must not be good enough or else this would have happened faster. Why am I so stupid that I can’t figure this out? Nobody’s going to want to read this, it’s been done before. What if I upset or offend someone? These are all my voices; the ones I’ve battled…