In my sessions with clients, often they are filled with all the things they are getting wrong in life. Can you relate?
I know I do! I come to my coach with all the things that I think I need “fixing”. I have a list.
But I want to stop us all this week and I want us to do something every single day.
I mean it. Every day.
Right before you go to sleep, perhaps when you’re brushing your teeth or getting that glass of water, I want you to think about all the things you did “Right” that day.
Then write it down. Our brains LOVE it when we write things down. It helps us see our thinking.
So right it down. (See what I did there?)
I got to work on time. I called my mom. I ate a salad at lunch. I did what I said I was going to do and I went for a run.
Sometimes it might just be that you moved the clothes from the washer to the dryer on the same day. #winning
But get that stuff down. Tell yourself you are doing a good job.
It’s so easy for us focus on what we’re doing wrong, instead of what we’re doing right.
So give yourself a high-five. And give yourself more love this week. You’ll be surprised how it helps you grow just as much.
When you love yourself unconditionally, it spills over into unconditionally loving others.
This is self-love, ya’ll. And others love. And unconditional love.
It’s the “right” kind of love.
Remember. You’re doing a good job. I promise.
P.S. If you have ever felt like a doormat, a wallflower, “too nice”, taken advantage of, shy, or felt like you apologize too much, will you take this quick survey for me? Click Here. It’s two questions and should take 2 minutes. Thanks!!
P.P.S. This week, my clients and I are spending time looking at how we are creating the results we want in our life. They will walk away with actionable steps that help them build more wins. If you keep reading these and wondering if you could do this, the answer is yes! You can! I wondered too. And I’m so glad I took a chance on myself. Email me now at email@example.com and let’s set up a time to chat about the things you want to create in your life.