• MINDSET MONDAY •
Look, I’m living freakin’ proof that your mindset is not only your BIGGEST obstacle, but it’s also the most POWERFUL puzzle piece.
I used to focus on negatives, zero in on imperfections, give way too much weight to flaws, treat everyone like my personal therapist, and just straight up did not believe in myself. So everything was mediocre.
Because I mean, of course – you CAN’T and you WON’T be able to SHINE until you get your mind right. There is no way around it; your mindset and your belief in yourself are the powerful one-two punch you NEED to be unstoppable.
So, clear the mental chatter and just believe in your abilities, right here, right now. YES, YOU CAN DO JUST THAT. It’s hard, yes (and worth it!), but impossible? NOPE.
Need help? We’re better together, dont’cha know? 😉
Letting go can be one of the hardest things to do, but the most rewarding.
When you let go of something that doesn’t align with who you are and what you stand for, you clear the space for something that DOES align with you and who you are.
And there is NOTHING more beautiful than that.
It’s okay… let go. Something better, something brighter awaits.
As HARD as this is (and it IS hard, whew!) this is so worthwhile.
There is something inherently beautiful about owning who you are, and allowing others to see that.
And when we encourage others to do so as well? Therein lies the secret to world peace, me thinks.
Oh yes, yes, yes!
You have dreams. We all do! Some of us are going after them, despite how hard it may be, despite uncertainty, despite anything. Lift those people up. Help them reach their dreams. Don’t pooh pooh their dreams or make negative comments. It may not be your thing, but its theirs! Be a dream CATCHER, not a dream KILLER.
And hey, if you are feeling daring? Go after your own!
“Dance, full out, with no regard to who is watching, unconcerned with impressing or outshining.
Dance brilliantly, dance loudly, and dance as if your life depended on you pouring your entire heart out on the dance floor.”
One of my personal development books included this passage and I love it! While she was specifically referencing a dancer, the concept can be applied to life, too.
Don’t worry about who is watching, what they are doing, or needing to impress or get approval from anyone. Just live. Just dance.