It is NEVER too late to learn how to be a better YOU.
Have you ever set a goal for yourself and felt utterly disappointed when you didn’t reach it?
Perhaps it made you doubt yourself and your abilities.
Perhaps it made you wonder whether there is any point in setting goals at all.
I want you to know that you absolutely CAN achieve your goals.
(You just need to develop the mental habits that will help you do so.)
In my previous email, I shared Mental Habit #1: Set a goal and connect it to a specific purpose.
Here is Mental Habit #2: Build your belief:
- Write down what action steps you are willing to take to work toward the goal you have set for yourself
- Ask yourself, “What am I willing to do to reach my goal?”
- Create a positive affirmation around that goal
- The affirmation should be written in the present tense.
- Write the affirmation on a post-it note or sheet of paper and put it where you can see it regularly
- Write a belief list
- Put down at least 4 reasons why you believe you will achieve your goal.
- Adopt a growth mindset rather than a fixed one
- With a growth mindset, you believe that talents and abilities can be developed and improved over time through effort and a willingness to learn.
- With a fixed mindset, you believe that you have you only have a fixed number of talents and abilities you are born with, and that there is no way of developing them further or acquiring new talents and abilities.
To help you better understand Habit #2: Build your belief, I’ve created this short, informative video
Here, I’m teaching you:
- How to build your belief, using an easy-to-follow example
- How to write your belief list
- How to identify what type of mindset you currently have
Now, let me tell you about a wonderful couple who truly inspired me.
Bill and Sally, both in their late sixties, have been married for 45 years.
They had a goal of ironing out the kinks in their marriage so that they could take their marriage to an even better place.
After hearing about my online course, Relationship Restoration, they took an action step and signed up for it.
And I have been working with them to build belief in themselves and their marriage.
Usually, people get to a certain age and think, “Nah. That’s it. It’s too late to change now.”
But here was this couple willing to learn new ways of interacting with each other.
Willing to adopt a growth mindset.
And it made me think about this quote by Henry Ford, “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.”
What we can learn from Bill and Sally (and even Henry Ford) is this: It is NEVER too late.
To learn new tricks. New techniques. New habits.
To learn how to be the best version of you possible.
And you don’t have to do it alone — I am right here to guide you.
So, drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are ready to learn, grow, and be a more inspired, authentic you. We can set up a free call to discuss the best way forward.
From my heart to yours,