"The only thing that's keeping you from getting what you want is the story you keep telling yourself." ~ Tony Robbins
Questions to Ponder:
If you could BE the best version of you, what would he/she look like? What habits, behaviors, routines, self-talk, self-care and fun would be apparent in your life? Write down this vision of the best version of you.
Now that you've identified how your life would look if you were being the best version of you, ask yourself why you're not doing that right now. There's always a story we are consciously or subconsciously telling ourselves that keeps us held back. The first step is to become aware of the "story." Really take some time this week to journal about the beliefs that are holding you back. Once you identify those, find a more empowering way to stand in the life experiences that have shaped who you are today. Those are your stories. You get to "narrate" them any way you want.
As a general example: Being grateful for an experience (because now you know how much that hurts and you have learned a lesson...) is so much better than feeling ashamed of yourself for having had that experience. How can you re-write your painful stories?
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