When we think of habits…we tend to focus on the habits that don’t work for us (bad/unhealthy habits)…and typically when we do this, we judge ourselves – and end up feeling guilt and shame for “not being perfect”.
Instead… what do you currently do that is helping you get closer to your health goal?
More and more I am noticing my clients “wanting” to achieve something in their life…but their beliefs about themselves are like a boulder in the road.
There is no way they can achieve their goal/vision for their life because of the beliefs they have about themselves.
I believe we connect with people who have been where we’ve been.
Who have struggled with what we’ve struggled with.
And it is incredibly inspiring when they share the success that they’ve had.
It helps us believe we can do it too!
Today, you have the privilege of hearing from my client Candice.
I used to think I could never “have” an extraordinary life.
That it was only for those people.
You know…dinners on yachts, being served caviar while wearing expensive gowns.
But do you know what is so interesting?
My previous career did in fact include yachts, caviar and gowns…but I never equated it to an extraordinary life.
Because I never believed I was worthy of one.
I am so excited to see what the New Year will bring.
Not just for me, but for YOU too!
This past year, I have seen such incredible transformations from my clients because they have learned how to believe in themselves.
And I have no doubt YOU can achieve any of your 2020 goals too – if you create that belief in yourself, like they did.
This past year I was given the opportunity to share an inspirational message to a group of 400 Life Coaches.
I spoke about Living with Courage.
You see, I believe that we all experience things in our lives that require us to be courageous.
I call them rubies, because a ruby is a gemstone known for its courage and strength.
We have thoughts that are “blocking” us – they are in essence, the root of our pain. But, rather than address them, we tend to avoid or resist them by searching for short term relief…in the forms of food, wine etc.
No one ever taught us about “self-care” for our brain before.
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