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What you think you attract, what you attract is your creation (from what you think). This might sound like gibberish, but if you read on, I think you’ll get some clarity!

The universe has an amazing capacity for giving you what you want. People who never worry about money always have it, people who have negative beliefs about relationships and friendships always attract them. If you think back to a time where you believed the worst would happen, how often were you taken by surprise? For most people it is not often, and it comes down to limiting beliefs

If you think you aren’t capable of achieving something then you will never be capable, one reason being that you won’t try, and the other being that when you do try you may sabotage it. That’s where you get caught up in a cycle of wanting, needing, thinking about, but never reaching, your goals. You have to try, and you have to believe you can do it. If you dont believe it at first, invest in someone whether it be a coach, a mentor, or a friend. Find someone who believes in you, and they can support you to your goals until you can support yourself. 

The difference between people who achieve their dreams and those who don’t is your belief in yourself as to whether you think you can achieve it

Break the cycle by setting yourself up for success. If you find yourself riddled with self-doubt, set a small task that you feel you can’t do and make a point of achieving it. Even if it’s something small like not eating out at restaurants for a week, cutting down a coffee, or no smoking, not drinking, or getting out of bed at 6am every morning. It can be whatever you want it to be, but just make sure its achievable right now. Once you achieve it you will have a switch in your mindset and from there you can tackle something bigger. I promise you, if you achieve whatever it was, you will have more confidence in yourself.

The difference between where you are now and where you want to be is the way you think, act and feel. How you think determines your actions, your actions determine how you feel. Say for example your goal is to eat healthy. If you think ‘I cant eat healthy’, then that will cause you to either 1/ not try, or 2/ sabotage it (see point above), and when you don’t achieve it, you may feel low, angry with yourself, and you may feel like a failure. If you think to yourself ‘all I have to do to achieve this is cut out (insert selected food here)’, then you WILL cut it out, and you won’t eat it. And now because your actions matched your intention, you will feel good, you will feel accomplished. This is why you need to start with the smaller goals first.

I can back this up with personal experience, as I never used to believe I was capable of anything. I was determined to live a life I loved however. One by one I overcame the roadblocks that held me back. I am so glad I hung in there and didn’t let those setbacks deter me because now I have a life that I love. As much as people told me that my goals were ‘stupid’ or ‘unrealistic’, I stuck in there, broke some moulds, backed myself, and destroyed one limiting belief at a time.

Wouldn’t it be great if we were taught this in school rather than how to stand in a line, obey meaningless orders and random calculations that we have never used or needed since? I’d be interested in hearing your experiences and opinions.

Jen 🙂






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