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Your self-concept

When you think about your goal - feeling healthier and more confident, losing weight, being more consistent, feeling more balanced or taking more time for yourself - what are the three most predominant thoughts that come to mind?


Not the ones you want to think but the ones that play out in your mind over and over again.


The ones on autopilot. The ones you barely know are there but that run the show.


Most likely these are thoughts that hold you back.


It's “I have no control”, “I'm too busy”, “I don't have time for myself” - “I fell off track”, “I'll start next week” - it's the same old story you've been telling yourself for so long.


What if your entire self-concept had nothing to do with these thoughts.


What if your entire self-concept was that you believed you would work hard enough to achieve any goal you set, no matter how long it takes.


What if your entire self-concept was that you have all the motivation you need to take the next step, to keep going - and you didn't need to look for it anywhere else.


What if your entire self-concept was that you are figuring it out.


That every step you take matters.


That your failures build you up.


What if your entire self-concept was that you believed you could do it more than you doubt it.


That you can feel any emotion and you can continue to keep yourself pointed in the direction of your goal.


What thoughts come to mind when this is who you are?


Let those thoughts lead you through today, through this week - through the rest of your journey.


If you are ready to stop living in autopilot and to start living with intention and confidence - join Confident Mind & Body and learn how to put yourself back in the driver's seat.

Message me or use the link in my bio to schedule a consultation.



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