In today’s episode, we’re talking about your subconscious psychology and how your mind attempts to self sabotage you. Over the past seven weeks, I’ve been running and following the Couch to 5K app and I am done. Before I even started running, I already decided in my mind and soul that I would do what is required. Yet during the process, there were days that I didn’t want to run and my mind tried to talk me out of doing it. My mind would say sneaky things repeatedly and maybe your mind says something similar when you’re working to bring your big visions to life. These are the voices of resistance that has stopped so many people.
What You’ll Hear In This Episode
- What do you need to do to unlock a new level of freedom, purpose, and success in your life?
- Why is it important to discipline your mind?
- You either run your mind or your mind runs you.
- Why is being lukewarm nonsense?
- Why learning to check in with your body and co-create with your body is a wonderful skill set to learn to master?
- 3 ways to discipline your mind so you don’t become lukewarm and burn through your energy and your mind
- Practice meditation or mind breaks
- Take a 20-second cold shower each day
- Work out and exercise
- Why is your ego at risk when you try to create a new level of freedom, purpose, and success?
- When you have control over your mind, and you fully transition into a new way of being that is congruent with the desires of your heart, it’s game over.
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