It’s December 2.
You are approximately 30 days from making your New Year’s Resolution(s).
And I’ll tell you what you already know…
There is approximately a 97% chance you’re not going to keep it.
Sure, you’ll stay strong for two weeks or so. If it’s weight loss, you’ll do the whole portion control thing for a little while.
Or you’ll eat a little cleaner.
Or you’ll hit the gym a few times.
And then your programming will take over.
Your NARRATIVE – the story you’ve been telling yourself about yourself – will stop you dead in your tracks.
That story is a little different for everyone, but basically, it’s this…
I’m not important enough.
I’m not strong enough.
I’m not good enough.
I’m not enough enough.
And no matter how badly you want the change, the weight loss, the muscles, the money, the love of your life…
Your self-talk stops you dead in your tracks.
So here’s a thought…
Why not take the next month, especially around (what’s supposed to be) the most joyous month of the year..
And make a committed effort to change the things you say to yourself.
Because you are important enough.
You are strong enough.
You are good enough.
You are enough enough.
You are whole, and worthy of finding the community, the method, the mentor, the system to get what you want.
And you are worthy of screening out the voices of people – alive or dead – who tell you otherwise.
And you are worthy of seeing your mistakes as learning experiences, not as character flaws.
Take the next month and do some research. Find the way or ways to get what you desire.
Make some plans. You don’t have to execute them yet.
But mostly, bombard yourself with love.
Give it to others, and invite it in return.
And if you want my help, I’m here.
What will your New Year’s Resolution be?
What has your mind and heart been calling out to all this time?
What is in the way of making it happen?
And what do you plan to DO about it?
Comment below and share. I promise…you are not alone.