Your mindset is one of the most important things when it comes to your potential for success in business. However, unknowingly, you might still have a few beliefs that are limiting you or holding you back. It’s not uncommon to have limiting beliefs that stop us from living our best lives, but with intentional effort, you can overcome them.
Most women, particularly those that juggle many responsibilities, find it difficult to give themselves permission to participate in self-care. Those are the women that need it the most. But the truth is… often, when you balance a hectic life, the first thing to get ignored is YOU.
I’m what my grandmother might refer to as a busybody. AKA the type of woman that is always busy. I don’t like to sit still and I while others have FOMO I fear not being able to get things done. I’m not just referring to work-related to-do items… this includes everything. I wasn’t practing mindfulness and no matter how busy I was, I wasn’t progressing like I should have been.
If you’ve decided to purchase your first home, you may be a little overwhelmed with everything. From the mortgage preapproval process to the home search, there’s a lot to understand and navigate. In the midst of it all, it’s okay to take a breath and remind yourself that it’s all worth it. Here are a few affirmations to help.
Daily affirmations are an excellent tool for centering your mind and fortifying your perspective. It’s important that you take the time to acknowledge how amazing you are each morning. Words are powerful and a few personalized affirmations are all it takes to kickstart your day and get you moving in the right direction.
I love affirmations.
I’m completely obsessed with the idea that we can change the trajectory of our lives by changing how we think and what we believe about ourselves. Since our thoughts are rooted in our beliefs which primarily come from repetitious exposure – intentionally speaking happiness, love and abundance in our lives should be a daily ritual.
I used to speak about the worst-case scenario… and say I was being a realist. Rationalizing to myself that I was preparing for what might be…
… just in case.
It’s easy to think that we’re guarding ourselves against disappointment by only speaking to what we think will happen… what we have convinced ourselves to be the worst possible outcome.
But that wasn’t the case at all.