Do you feel like you sabotage your day when it’s barely even started? Do you have good intentions for the day but then get in your own way from the minute you get up? Self-sabotaging activities rob us of the well-being regime we aspire to. Stop us from working towards our bigger, longer term goals and paralyse us from completing the self-affirming activities we aspire to. But what if you could thought hack your way out of this?
We all experience them in our adult lives. They’re in our workplace, our family, our social circles and our networks. They are the women that strip other people down. That create alternative and twisted versions of the truth that fit their narrative of the world. The women who attack passively, seemingly unprovoked. That form close and compliant circles around them that normalise their behaviour.
Let me tell you the five things you didn’t know though…
As she put her coffee down in the hipster London café she liked to meet me in, she rounded off with “I guess I just don’t have the confidence.”, and slowly tucked her hands under her thighs as she somehow made herself 50% smaller and closed off.
This was the third time I had heard this and observed a closed body language creep over my clients that week and it was at that moment that my niggling intuition about confidence coalesced in to something that I think has unconsciously shaped my reality all my life.
WOW! WHAT A YEAR
As I sit and reflect on what this year has taught me and I what I hope to achieve next year, I am overwhelmed by how much I have learned about the people around me. This is for you, you lovely lot…
If you’ve been thinking about making some dietary changes this January, it’s important to remember that it doesn’t happen overnight. Preparing yourself for the time and careful attention true transformation needs is essential to ensuring your success when making lifestyle changes. Here’s my 5 top tips for how to ensure you stick to loving your liver (or any other part of your anatomy or well-being!) this January.
Can you visualise what you want? I mean really see it, feel it, describe it, maybe even draw it?
If you think about what you haven’t achieved in your life, could you describe it in detail, the impact, the benefits, the costs?