“Believing in yourself” is sometimes viewed as a cheap comical cliche reserved for Instagram memes. We’ve gotten used to hearing the phrase “Believe in yourself and you can do ANYTHING” coming from Disney movies and fire-walking motivational events, and it’s definitely lost a lot of its punch, right?
“Failure is a self-fulfilling prophecy. So is success.”
“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re right.”
These are all familiar phrases, BUT they are also TRUE.
Even though these phrases have been tossed around haphazardly, that shouldn’t make us completely discount them. It is in fact true that the amount of self-belief you maintain has a direct correlation to the success you can achieve.
This isn’t naivety. This isn’t false optimism. I’m not asking you to cultivate arrogance or delusion.
I’m asking you to be sure that you know that what you are doing is something you are good at, something that you are passionate about and then learning all the mindset work on how to STOP DOUBTING YOURSELF.
I’m saying take a clear-eyed look at yourself. Learn who you are. Talk to people you trust about what they see in you. Spend some time in serious retrospection.
And train your mind to overcome any internal obstacle that will stand in your way.
When we look at all the greats in life, they all have one thing in common: They believed in themselves.
Do you believe in yourself?
If yes, then great, you are on your way. If you’re not sure, that’s OK too. That’s an honest starting place that illuminates the mindset work that needs to happen in order for you to live the life you really want.
When you have taken the time to train your mind, it will cultivate a realistic, fact-based, and unshakeable belief in your ability to succeed at whatever you set out to accomplish. Once you have this belief backing up every decision you make, you will be Unstoppable.
Our success will always be determined by the thoughts in our head, healthy, or unhealthy.
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