Is it time to change the conversation you are having with yourself?
the one where you are telling yourself you’re...
Not good enough.
There’s not enough time.
You’re too old, or too young.
Other people are better than you.
There’s not enough money.
Blah blah blah.
The average person has 50,000-70,000 thoughts per day.
Isn’t that crazy? And most of the thoughts playing in our minds are likely not encouraging. They are probably thoughts connected to something you decided about yourself a long time ago that isn't even true today.
Yet, we go about our days, doing everything we do paying little attention to the conversation we are having with ourselves. Even if not out loud... there is a conversation going on internally.
~ The thoughts we think, create our future ~
I know this is true. My whole life shifted when I changed my inner conversation.
So how do you interrupt the pattern of past?
Here are five easy steps:
#1. Become AWARE of the thoughts you are thinking. Pay attention to what is going on in your mind when you think nothing is.
#2. Ask yourself if that thought is serving you? Does it make you feel good about yourself? Optimistic about the future? Encourage you?
#3. Replace any and all thoughts with a new one that supports you and what you want to create in your life.
#4. Feed your mind with positivity. Choose good people to surround you. Read uplifting books. Listen to inspiration.
#5. Reprogram the old thought with a new one by practicing! Affirmations are so very powerful in reprogramming your thinking.
~ Change your thoughts and you will change your life ~
In recent weeks I have had conversations with many wonderful people who do not realize their unsettled feelings are deriving from the thoughts and conversations that play in their mind. I feel for them. I remember how terrible it feels to live in that place.
But I can promise them, and you, changing your life begins with changing yourself... and it IS possible to change the conversation you have with you.
I believe in you can lead your life.
You ARE a leader.