Most of us walk around believing things about ourselves that are, in fact, not true.
What you believe and say (about yourself) drives your behavior (your daily actions); not the other way around.
On a call the other day with one of my clients she kept saying that she was confused. But after a few moments of hashing things out, the truth was pretty evident. She wasn't confused at all. She's just so used to thinking she's confused that her emotions, actions and thoughts then follow suit.
Most of us tell a story of being confused, or not capable, or a hot mess or a shit show. When the truth is, we are not. But tell yourself things like this for long enough and your life will surely feel off track.
What are you used to thinking or saying about yourself that you'd like to stop?
When you change your story, you change your actions. When you change your actions (even in the smallest of ways) you change the quality of your life as a result.
You can't change the end game without first telling a different story about yourself.
If Tom Brady makes the same exact play three times in a row and gets a less than desirable result, I'm pretty sure he's not going to call the same play. He's going to change his strategy in the hopes of getting a different result. I can't help it. The Superbowl is Sunday and I'm a Massachusetts girl.
If you've got questions or would like some additional guidance, please don't hesitate to reach out. This is why I'm here.