They can be so mean and unsupportive. One thing I practice with my thoughts is asking myself if I would say these mean thoughts to my family, friends, or colleagues?
I wouldn’t tell them they failed, or they are a horrible mother, or they’re not capable, successful, unworthy, right?
So why do we project these thoughts onto ourselves?
Well, I’m human and you’re human, but we can practice reducing this unsupportive internal dialogue.
“This will never work.”
“It’s not working fast enough.”
How about a subtle shift? Some things won’t turn out the exact way I imagined or wanted, but is it worth trying. It’s not fast enough? What is your definition of fast? How can you embrace and appreciate the path and growth on the way to your results? Lastly, how could your timing, however long is takes be just the length you need to succeed and stick to your new self?
Your thoughts drive everything into and out of action. When you’re able to slow down your thoughts, question them until they become the most supportive and inspiring thoughts, you’ll achieve anything and everything you want.
If I could do it, you can do it. Plus, there’s so much evidence out in the world of all kinds of success. You’ve got this.
Your Mindset + Achieve™ Coach,
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