Hello my sweet friend! I’ve got something important to chat with you about today…

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The most powerful words you can ever think or say are those which follow, “I am…”

All too often, we define ourselves not by who we actually are but by what we’ve done or our past pattern of behavior.

“I am an emotional eater”
“I am inconsistent”
“I am not motivated”

Look, that’s not who you are.

It might be what you’ve done, it might be your pattern of behavior but it is NOT who you are.

When you define yourself that way, you’re giving a direct instruction to your brain.

You are defining yourself with a limitation you don’t want to keep.

Yes, you might have a pattern of choosing food in response to emotion.
That’s not who you are and it’s not what you have to choose today.

Yes, you might have been inconsistent in the past.
That’s not who you are and it’s not what you have to choose today.

Yes, you might have struggled to motivate yourself in the past.
That’s not who you are and it’s not what you have to choose today.

You are capable.
You are in control of your choices.
You are working on daily improvements.

When you argue for your limitations, you get to keep them.
Choose your words & thoughts wisely!