NOTE: This is a legacy episode from the Women Inspired podcast, before it transitioned to be the Building Psychological Strength podcast. While you will hear some mention of the Women Inspired brand during this episode, the content is highly relevant to the goals of Peak Mind, which is why we have included it here. Enjoy!
This week’s episode is POWERFUL. I can confidently say that if you really put to work the items I suggest in this week’s interview summary, your life will change.
Do I have your attention yet?
Have you ever paid attention to how much chatter goes on in your own mind? How supportive and encouraging are your thoughts? Have you ever stopped to really think about how that near constant mental chatter impacts the way you see yourself and your own abilities, as well as how you show up in the world and even the goals you go after?
I want you to let one fact sink in: YOU ARE NOT YOUR THOUGHTS.
Even though our thoughts feel like such a central part of our identity, it’s simply not true. You are not your thoughts.
That is an incredibly powerful notion when you think about how much our own thoughts and beliefs hold us back. Our thoughts about our abilities, skills, and what others might think. They all constrain our behavior and make us believe that we’re less than we really are.
You are not your thoughts.
For you to be a completely new, more powerful person, you simply need to think a new set of thoughts.
Don’t believe me?
This week I am chatting with the amazingly brilliant Debi Maldonado. She is a Master Jungian Life Coach Instructor and the author of the bestselling book, Let Love In: Open Your Heart & Mind To Attract Your Ideal Partner.
We’re talking all about the powerful impact that our own mental chatter has on our concept of self and identity. You absolutely cannot miss this episode. You owe it to yourself to grow into the biggest, boldest version of yourself, and this episode can help you do just that!
You've probably heard about self-limiting beliefs (those assumptions about ourselves and the world that hold us back), but have you ever stopped to consider how they form? Where do they come from? And, why are they so influential?
Through this live 60-minute, hands-on webinar, you'll: