How to Change Your Mindset [Part III]
Banish your inner-critic once and for all
If you want to make lasting and meaningful change in your life, you must adopt a winning mindset first. There’s no other way around it.
Problem is: Changing your mindset is often much easier said than done.
That’s why I’m dedicating the following series to helping you do exactly that. Each day, I’ll dive into one specific (and highly powerful and effective) way to nurture a mindset that works for you instead of against you.
Yes, my friend — when we’re all done here, you’ll have all the tools you need to take your mindset from “I could never do that” to “Look out world, I can do anything!” faster than you ever thought possible before.
But it’s to you to put in the work and make the change.
So without further ado, let’s dive into Mindset Method #3.
Mindset Method #3: Practice Self-Encouragement
If you’re like most people…
You are, without a doubt, your own worst critic.
You tell yourself you’re not good enough. You tell yourself you’re not worthy enough. And you tell yourself you’re not talented enough to achieve the things you want to achieve.
Without fail, you let your inner critic hold you back from ever becoming something more.
As a result…
- You never ask for that raise
- You never ask for that date
- You never ask for that promotion
- You never try something new
- And you never explore your options
Instead, you settle.
You settle for comfort. You settle for mediocrity. You settle for “what-ifs”. And despite all of your wildest hopes and dreams, you ultimately settle for… less.
Obviously, this is toxic for your mindset.
The good news?
It doesn’t have to be that way.
Instead, you can turn it all around with a little self-encouragement.
Yes, my friend — in order to get out of gloomy hole all of your negative self-talk got you in, you’ll have to flip the script and start empowering yourself with some positive self-talk first.
And you can start by using statements like:
“I am good enough.”
“I am worthy enough.”
“I am capable enough.”
“I can do anything I set my mind to.”
“I’m confident in my abilities.
Or anything else that props you up and inspires you.
Believe it or not…
The conversations you have with yourself are the single-biggest determinant of your overall state of mind.
Try your best to make those conversations positive and encouraging and I promise everything else in your life will begin to feel the same.
Halt right there!
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