Changing Your Mindset
You Come First
Counting Your Blessings
It’s Okay to be Vulnerable
If you’ve not experienced the wisdom and works of Brene Brown, then I encourage you to do so. One of my most favorite quotes from her is: ‘Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity and change’. I don’t know about you, but I love what that hints at. Making yourself open to others emotionally, isn’t a weakness. It’s a strength. It took me a long time to get to that place, believe me. So much of my life had been governed by how tough I could look on the outside. But when you hide your value and your vulnerability you often cut off the very help, direction and mentor that you need. If you put up a strong front all the time it is not only tiring, but it hides you from sight. How can you inspire others,
What’s Your Why?
Why do you want to change? Why do you think you need to change the way you look at things? These are two very important questions. Because many of the habits you have formed and the way you view
your life are often habits and beliefs you’ve had since you were a little kid. Think of a goal you’d like to achieve. Write it on a piece of paper, then next to it write WHY you want to chieve it. Dig deep and refuse to accept the easy answer of “it will make me
happy” or “then I’ll be richer”. WHY is achieving this goal important? If you know your why you can revisit this statement anytime you start to have negative thoughts about it. This will make your WHY stronger than the ‘what if’ statements….and eventually positive change and a new mindset will be the result.