Hi , how often do you think you self-sabotage yourself? Even if you consider yourself a 'positive' person, this doesn't necessarily mean that you find solutions to your challenges and it also doesn't mean that you believe in yourself. Only you have the answers for your own life.
If you're thinking of making changes to your life, whether that's finding your purpose, knowing you want more but don't quite know what that is; you will need to dig deep into yourself, to let yourself find those answers. If your thoughts follow the train of "but it's easier for others" "I could never do that" "when will it be my turn" "why are they living the life I want" - you can fall into self-sabotaging thought processes that will in fact come true.
Read the quote above again. If you can think it, you can achieve it - this applies to both negative and positive thoughts.
Be aware of your thinking this week and see when you could be self-sabotaging your wants. We can often do it without even realising. This will affect your progress in whatever endeavour you are working towards.
With my weight goals, I was self-sabotaging with the thoughts "I'm too tired, and I don't have enough time" and so for the last 3 years I've struggled to achieve my goals. Re-framing my thoughts this year instead to "I will take an hour each day to exercise" and "I need to plan my food each week" has resulted in me not only losing 10 pounds but has also motivated me to find more time in my day.
Try it for yourself and you can read a little more in this week's blog post below.
Don't forget, the FRANKLY UNSTOPPABLE Coaching Retreat is perfect for a re-group with yourself and creating a plan that works for you this year!
Lots of love