What if things you know to be true about yourself are wrong?
For years I knew, with certainty, I was a poor planner.
I’d say, ‘I like to be spontaneous,’ and ‘I’m not great with details.’ That story ran on repeat for years. And guess what? I didn’t plan much.
Your mind likes to be efficient. Once it has been thinking the same thoughts in the same patterns over and over again, it defaults to that programming whenever possible. Those thoughts become so rooted in our subconscious mind, we believe they’re true, often without question.
I want you to start questioning thoughts that aren’t serving you anymore.
Thoughts like, ‘I’ve never done that before,’ or ‘I’m too old,’ or ‘I’ve always sucked at X,’ keep you stuck.
I want you to start doubting your doubt.
It took practice and skill to change my beliefs about time management. And it turns out, I’m a fantastic planner!
That’s a good thing too, because the more you plan, the more results, money, and freedom you create.
Photo from an impeccably planned trip to Morocco. If I can do it, you can too. Let me show you how.