Your mind can be both friend and enemy

Do you ever have a morning that goes like this:

•  Not much sleep last night.
•  Booster shot yesterday and my arm is so sore.
•  Alarm at 7. Reset to 7.30.
•  Alarm at 7.30.
•  I could listen to the recording instead of watching live .
•  I’m going to look like hell.
•  I should try and get some more sleep.
•  Remember last time Rachael said the 3% show up.
•  I’m one of the 3%.
•  Got up and put the kettle on.
•  Turned computer on.
•  I can just sit in my dressing gown then go back to bed afterwards.
•  Just get the top half dressed.
•  That’s all you need to do.
•  Make the coffee.
•  Put on clothes that look ok.
•  Smile on dial.
•  Chatted with a couple of other participants before the workshop started.
•  Got a lot out of the call.
•  Add this to mental list of advantages of showing up.
•  I always get blessed.
•  It feels like a real win.
•  It would have been so easy to stay in bed.
•  Now I feel much better and about to make second coffee.

Your mind can be both friend and enemy.

When it’s being the enemy it sounds so kind – you need the sleep – you’re in pain – just rest…. It would have been so easy to stay in bed – BUT – You’ve got to do something different, that sometimes makes you uncomfortable.

When your mind is speaking to you are you able to override it? If you are you are one of the 3%. It takes mental muscles to do this and that’s where I come in. If you want someone to guide and help you in mental muscle development book a time to chat with me here.

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