04 Jun Look Back to See How Far You’ve Come
You have an idea. A dream. A vision. A goal. Then a plan – that you rinse and repeat after each and every achievement.
What can sometimes trip us up is when we continually define ourselves from the mistakes or missteps we’ve made in the past instead of keeping our unrelenting focus on our vision.
“Create a vision and never let the environment, other people’s beliefs, or the limits of what has been done in the past shape your decisions.” – Tony Robbins
How about you make a decision today to drop the past that’s no longer serving you?
Why not? The old version of you is an imposter. It’s helped shape who you are, but it’s not who you are today.
And it’s great to appreciate how far you’ve come – however keeping your eyes fixed in the review mirror takes your focus off the future.
DECIDE to get in the mindset of completely abandoning the past – of any shame or guilt of what should or should not have happened – and exchange it for pure expectation that you will, and are on your way to receiving, whatever it is that you want.
Try this every morning for 2-3 mins: Close your eyes and either visualize or feel the emotions you have once you’ve reached your goal.
How does that feel?
If you can commit to this every day, your life will change within a month I guarantee it.
Write your expectation or goal (maybe as a mantra?) either in your journal, Desktop, phone or bathroom mirror (!).
And also share it here with me in the comments below! Writing it out will help to make it real + memorable.