One of the biggest barriers to us getting healthier, creating healthy habits, and achieving all our health goals is one thing: our own confidence and self esteem, and the story we tell ourselves.
You’ve probably failed a few times just like I have trying to achieve a goal important to you: whether it’s your health or a personal dream or aspiration.
And over time, sometimes we internalize those failures and end up thinking that we’re the failure.
And as time goes on, gradually we end up believing that internal story that we’re failures.
And then one day we just stop trying. Because if we’re going to fail anyway, why bother trying again?
In today’s video I’m going to show you some research that’ll show you how to re-write your thoughts to get over previous failures, boost your self confidence, and inspire you to keep pushing forward.
Re-Writing The Story In Your Head
In the Real Food Tribe I talk about this quite a bit – sometimes the internal dialogue in our head is so overwhelmingly negative that it’s impossible to get ourselves motivated to begin, especially after repeated failure.
The antidote is that we need to cultivate healthy systems: both external systems and habits dealing with how we eat, approach changing our lives, support ourselves with people, as well as internal habits like gratitude, positive self talk, visualization, and more.
Inside the program, some of the special guests share in their interviews how they got over the internal self talk, how they got over their deepest fears and darkest doubts, so that they could get the body and health that they wanted.
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What Has Been Holding You Back? Leave a Comment Below
What is the internal dialogue inside your head?
What is it telling you? Why is it saying you’ve failed before, or why is it trying to sabotage you and prevent you from succeeding?
Take a second and tell me below.
Here’s the original study I mentioned on self esteem, confidence and body image.