When it comes down to it, it is up to us to believe in ourselves.
We can garner support from family and friends, seek advice from others, etcetera, but until we believe in our ability to do something, we are holding ourselves back.
It’s not always just a matter of believing, however.
Someone can think “I believe I can make $10 million dollars next year”.
But, until that person makes a plan of action, sticks to it regardless of the outcome, and maintains the vision of them achieving what they set out to achieve, it is unlikely to happen.
Therefore, it is up to us to not ONLY believe in ourselves, but to be willing to show up and take massive action towards what we want.
It is always easier said than done.
Many of us may feel unworthy, or undeserving, of what we set out to achieve.
We can be so good at making excuses for our so-called “inability” to achieve:
“I’m too busy…”, “I’m not qualified…”, “No one else I know is doing this…”, “Just imagine what others may think…” THE EXCUSES CAN BE ENDLESS.
We need to confront those excuses, and any other thing that can limit us.
Allowing a “limiting” mindset to call the shots takes away any and all chances of fostering abundance in our lives.
The biggest limit is ourselves, and the scripts we tell ourselves.
Flip those scripts.
Start speaking things into existence.
“I am so excited that _____ is coming into my life.”
“I am so grateful to have the opportunity to achieve _____.”
“I am so ready for _____ to happen.”
“I am prepared to take any and all action to achieve _____.”
And instead of the excuses I mentioned earlier, think these instead: “I’m busy, but I can make time”, “I may not be qualified in X, but I am more than qualified in Y”, “I can pave my own path”, and “Others opinions don’t matter”.
Whatever you are setting out to do, I wish you the best.
You got this.