I don’t always have a specific mindset practice that I do.
When I started out doing mindset work back in August 2015, I had a set practice. It had three parts to it and I did them religiously every single day without fail for years.
But after many years of doing this, I began to realize that I was getting better at shifting my mindset in the moment.
Negative thoughts or limiting beliefs would pop up, and I would catch myself thinking them, and could immediately shift to a better-feeling thought. I was even able to do this as negative words were coming out of my mouth and could change them mid-sentence.
When this started happening, I eased up on my mindset practice.
I was still working on my mindset every day, but I didn’t have a formal practice around it. I was doing the work in my head, as things popped up for me.
This worked for me for several years, and I coasted along.
But recently, I’ve been feeling the urge to have a more specific mindset practice again. Especially for this year, since I have a quantum leap goal I want to achieve.
My current practice has four parts to it. I don’t always do the parts in order. Sometimes I do, and sometimes I skip around because that’s what I’m feeling in the moment.
I do this entire mindset practice in a document on my computer, so I can keep it all in one place. I used to do it in a handwritten journal, but lately typing it out has been the vibe.
Here’s what my practice currently looks like:Read more