Motivational Monday

Believe In Yourself

It’s true you know. Believing in yourself IS the magic pill. The quick fix. The life changing decision. The difference between “here” and “there”. The staying strong when you feel weak. Motivating. Goal-crushing-finish-line-crossing-not-giving-into-self-doubt-secret. Yes. Believing in yourself is the only thing stopping you from becoming a better version of yourself. So today I am asking you. No. Wait. I am telling you. And I am telling myself. To believe in yourself. To never give up on yourself or the things you see in your dreams.

 

How is your Monday going?

Did you run or walk yet today?

Did you find a heart yet?

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Until next time, always be true to yourself and think like a boss!

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18 thoughts on “Motivational Monday

  1. Perfect timing, as usual! From the moment I woke up today, I have had an ongoing inner dialogue about making the decision to believe in myself and to trust in myself. It dawned on me that to stay mired in negativity gets me absolutely nowhere, and I have places, literally and figuratively, that I want to go. I believe!

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  2. This Monday I woke up and thought to myself, “Ok, I have the choice to believe in the old ‘I’m not good enough’ stuff that was banged into me when I was small or I can choose to live from a place of worth, telling myself, “That stuff’s not true. Moving on!”

    I’m choosing living from a place of worth.

    And hey, if you haven’t yet heard of or read Brene Brown’s Daring Greatly, do it. It’s right up your street. An AMAZING book.

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  3. Happy belated birthday! You don’t look a day older! I did find my way to my first run in a month or more on Monday…3.7! I’m hoping that today, I will make it two days in a row! 😉

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    • Thank you! The holidays were a challenge to keep up with running/yoga etc. I didn’t do either as much as I would have liked, but things seems to be back to normal with regard to running etc. and I hope the same for you! 🙂

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  4. Monday evening I was practically in tears as I left my office. Just wasn’t a good day and things probably won’t get better since I was saddled with a work project that I don’t have the proper skills for. (I’m not being modest: I just know what I’m good at and what I am not.) Anyway, I went to my Monday evening yoga Open Flow II class. By the time I left, I was smiling. I am so grateful I started yoga classes at this studio two years ago. It’s been a (mental) life saver 🙂

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      • It is awesome, but I think what also helps is that there is usually a fair amount of laughter during practice. The instructors work to keep their students from taking themselves too seriously. Not everyone can do a particular pose so you get applauded for simply trying. Sometimes when there is a big class, students fall on each other’s mats or bump into each other. One time we were doing a modified Moon pose. The person behind me poked my butt with her foot twice. The student of course was embarrassed. The instructor cracked up and I impressed myself by holding my pose while shaking with laughter 🙂

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      • I love it! Its sounds like you have a wonderful teacher/class, it makes such a difference! I love, love my yoga teacher, she is wise, inspiring, funny etc. And there is every skill level (I am no expert on poses….yet 😉 ) But I have been to a class where the teacher was not so great and my heavens did it make me appreciate my teacher even more! 🙂

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      • Definitely the teacher sets the tone. The teacher is my story owns the studio where I practice. She has about 10 instructors and while some may be more quiet (i.e., introverted) than others, they all share the same easy sense of humor 😉

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