Are you working on being the best version of yourself for more impact, increased productivity, greater happiness, and more money? Then you’ll want to read on.
These are my top four tips to remember when you’re working on your mindset:
1. Mindset is not a one-and-done thing.
It’s a journey that takes effort and daily practice. It’s also one of the easiest things to let slip and let the daily habits fall by the wayside.
Like an eating plan, the odd cheat meal isn’t going to have an instant effect so it’s easy to start having them more and more often. But then it adds up.
If you decide to journal every day and you start to feel great you might think, “all good I’ll skip it today,” and then the same thing happens the next day and then a week later you’re wondering why your mindset is off track.
Always check in with your habits when that happens – have you been sticking to them or letting some parts slip on the regular?
2. It’s okay to take steps backwards but completely giving up and letting things fall off shouldn’t be an option or a result.
As an example, I have had people come into my coaching program, make the changes taught and start doing amazing things in their business. Several of them got to $10k and even $20k months.
But sometimes after a while, they go quiet in the group, I don’t hear from them for a while, and when I check in with them they say, “oh I wasn’t feeling confident doing that anymore so I went back to the old way I used to do it.” And their income went back to where it used to be too.
This is why it’s so important to have a solid foundation that you can lean on days that you doubt yourself.
3. Everybody has mindset challenges and I mean EVERYBODY.
Even the biggest guru you could think of. Do you think Oprah has down days? Of course, she does!
4. One way to keep your mindset on track is to keep your word to yourself consistently.
Make commitments to yourself and keep them. For example, schedule in time that you will go live, write content, film a post etc. And then honour that appointment like you would if you made an appointment for anyone else.
Imagine you had a room of people relying on you to show up and do what you said you would. If we go back to the example of Oprah having a bad day, some of those days would be filming days, but she would have to keep the commitment and do it anyway.
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