Whenever I face a challenge or find myself in a space of feeling dejected, impatient, not good enough, needing validation, or not being on top of my life or mindset (you know just being human and dealing with a whole rainbow of emotions from time to time), coming back to these strong reminders always helps me recenter myself. But, for me, these are more than just reminders.
For me, they are a set of pillars that I have started to lean on as an attitude and a mindset to start to shift how I experience life. But how can a shift in our mindset impact our life? To understand that, let’s first understand what is a Mindset?
As described by Tony Robbins, “Your mindset is your set of beliefs, values and attitudes about yourself and the world around you. These beliefs shape how you experience the world: Is life happening to you or is it happening for you? Do you feel your life is within your control or destined to be a certain way?”
So we all have a set of beliefs that are constantly shaping how we experience life based on our perception, whether we look at life as an all-or-nothing situation, choose to give up our power as a victim to events outside our control or learn to pick ourselves up by constantly working on our mindset, it is all within our hands.
Here are 4 simple reminders that you can start applying today to begin to change your mindset.
SLOW PROGRESS IS STILL PROGRESS 🌱
Constantly reminding yourself that “Rome was not built in a day” and that it takes slow, consistent progress to get good at most things, like a new skill, form a new habit, start a new business, or to settle in a new job role will help you take the pressure off and be kinder to yourself on stressful days.
SMALL ACTIONS LEAD TO BIG REWARDS 🔥
Similar to the first point, it takes small, consistent steps to see big results. In Oct ‘2020, when I’d lost my job, I only had my YTT-200 locked in. I was still looking up life coaching courses and was far from setting up a personal brand or even making a plan to launch my own business, but I kept reminding myself to be patient and to keep doing things slowly and steadily. I took it one-day-at-a-time and approached things one-step-at-a-time, and now as you can see (if you are reading this :)) that it has all fallen in place. So small, steady steps is the key to seeing big, rewarding results!
THE ONLY VALIDATION YOU NEED IS YOUR OWN 🙌🏼
This is one of the best reminders to have on repeat in your head 24×7. Imagine what all you can achieve when you stop expecting to be congratulated, encouraged or complimented by others and start celebrating yourself instead? Imagine being your own biggest cheerleader!! Imagine waking up each day and taking every single decision, not looking for validation from anyone else, but from a place of what feels GOOD to you, to your heart and soul, and what makes you come alive. IMAGINE!
OUR TOUGH TIMES ARE OUR BIGGEST TEACHERS 💪🏼
Whatever you’re going through may seem very tough and hard right now, but trust me, you’re going to come out so much stronger + wiser on the other side. Sending you so much love if you’re struggling with anything in life right now. I can say hand-on-heart that every single unfavorable or uncomfortable event in my life has made me stronger, better and more independent. It has all helped me wake up and believe more and more in myself.
Remember that your mindset can make or break the cycle.
Only you hold the key to changing your thought patterns (and hence your life), because it all starts with YOU wanting to make the change in the first place.
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