I’m so sick of the self-improvement industry. The whole thing is based on the idea that something is wrong with you. You need to improve and change yourself in some way before you can have, do or be what you want. It’s all a bunch of bullshit.
THERE. IS. NOTHING. WRONG. WITH. YOU.
You are magnificent! The more you love yourself up and embrace who you are the better life will be. You’ll have it all-love, freedom and all the juicy goodness you can handle. Plus, your life will feel totally kick-ass! What more could you want?
I do see one thing over and over again that keeps you from this kick-ass life that I’m talking about.
Can you guess what it is?
It’s part of every client conversation that I have, in one form or another.
You let your habitual, limiting and lack centered thoughts run the show, instead of choosing the focus on all the possibilities.
You are too busy with the daily grind to actually slow down for a minute and picture how you want things to be.
You’re too busy working hard and trying to get it all done to set an intention or play with your desire for a few minutes every day.
You get so caught up in what’s in front of you, you aren’t consciously choosing to focus on all the things that you appreciate and that are working for you.
You get to choose which thoughts you follow and attach to. Which inner voice you listen too. What story you tell.
If you want to have this kick-ass life we’ve been talking about, you need to take the time to consciously choose where you’re focusing your attention.
Pay attention to your thoughts and choose to focus on the good ones. Pay attention to what feels expansive and brings you closer to the things you desire. Ignore the rest of the bullshit that drags you off in the opposite direction from where you want to be.
A little attention goes a long way!
Where are you getting sloppy with your thinking?
You can get support and guidance you need to break your sloppy thinking habit over in the amazing sisterhood of awesomeness (aka Vortex of Creation). Being part of this group is like having a little, pocket size version of me to remind you when your thoughts are headed in the wrong direction. Plus, I share my secrets for kicking the habit once and for all.