Turn Your Potential Into Reality + 4 Excuse Shattering Questions
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💡5 key principles that will help you be more consistently consistent
🧘🏽♀️ Mindful Dose - Use Present Moment Awareness to Stop Your Spinning Mind
🧠 Quote I’m pondering on
🎨 4 excuse shattering journaling questions
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Turn your potential into reality 💡
Consistency is key. We’ve all heard it before, but why is it so darn hard to maintain?
In a society that thrives on instant gratification, we have been hardwired to expect that our desires will immediately be satisfied.
However, when it comes to achieving any worthwhile goal, the rules are a little different.
5 Key Principles To Be More Consistently Consistent:
Visualize The End Result
Challenge Your Beliefs
Declare Your Intentions
Plan Your Work. Work Your Plan
Believe in Yourself
If you want to make any significant change in your life (and I bet you do!) in this article, I go into more detail on each principle to help you be more consistently consistent.
Strengthen Your Present Moment Awareness 🧘🏽♀️
Our eyes are our primary source of distraction — we jump from one thing to another and stop paying attention. Sometimes, the best way to remove a distraction is to stop seeing it. Here’s a short 2-min exercise to help you strengthen your present moment awareness.
Close your eyes. Take a deep breath and relax. Focus on what’s going on around you. Pay attention to the sounds that are closer to you. Little by little, start focusing on the sounds that are farther away.
Let go of judgment and allow yourself to be curious about what you’re observing without seeing. Now open your eyes. How are you feeling?
Quote I’m Pondering on 🧠
You can either fight for what you want or you can fight for your excuses as to why you can’t have it.
Since it’s impossible to fight for both, and since one fight is much easier than the other, which option do you think most people end up choosing way too often?
4 excuse shattering journaling questions 🎨
Living fully takes courage. Courage is a choice. The choice is yours.
Journal it out with these four excuses shattering questions:
What’s my excuse?
What does this excuse give me permission to do (or not do)?
If I could no longer use this excuse, what would I have to do instead?
Why don’t I just do that now?
Thank you so much for reading. I’m grateful for your time and attention.