Focus in the Direction You Want to Go!
It’s all about focus. It’s so easy to fall into the rabbit hole of negative thinking. Sometimes my brain feels like a pinball machine. That silver ball always drop drop dropping and whack whack whack. There are some techniques I’ve learned from various positive thinkers – motivational coaches. I think my favorite right now is one from Christie Marie Sheldon. She has a little phrase, “what would it take?’ that you say before something you want. “What would it take to book this commercial?” “What would it take to have this situation resolve in a way that works for everyone involved.”
The idea is that with that phrase you are giving it over to the universe. That works for me. What I appreciate is that it gives your brain something to do. You are redirecting your thoughts with the easy plug in.
Try it. What is your “What would it take?” today?
PRACTICE THE GOOD STUFF EVERY DAY
YOU ALWAYS HAVE THE POWER TO TRANSFORM YOUR THOUGHTS
FOCUS ON THE DIRECTION YOU WANT TO GO
"It takes courage to grow up and become who you truly are." ee cummings
You have a purpose here. No one else can do you like you.
You are the hero you've been searching for.
It's a sandwich made of a long roll typically filled with meat, cheese, and vegetables such as lettuce, tomato, and onions. I'm kidding,
YOU ARE A HERO! A HERO:
- Goes on a journey.
- Is faced with challenges that forces them to learn and grow.
- Meets and befriends people along the way.
- Is transformed by life's experiences and learns lessons that are unique and valuable as well as universal.
We were all born to be the heroes of our own lives, you are great in your own way.
When we are operating from a place of happiness and positivity we are empowered - we can kick ass, right? It's easy to feel not good enough, like the world is against us.
The only way to stay pointed in the right direction is to make a conscious effort - to spend a little time and effort every day focusing on the good stuff.
"A strong belief in our worthiness doesn't just happen, it must be cultivated." Brene Brown