There was a time in my life when I felt a lot of shame about how I lived day-to-day and had many judgments about what was supposed to be, instead of examining why it was this way.
Oftentimes, we have an all-or-nothing mindset that makes us believe that if we can’t make a full change right now, then we should just let it go. This week, I discuss how to become self-aware of your being – an ongoing practice and not something that changes overnight.
I explore two questions and skill sets that helped me make a significant change in my life and continue to assist me in creating a space for myself.
My invitation for you is to observe your way of being and try to identify where you learned it. Ask yourself if this way of being aligns with what you want and how you want to be.
Join me this week to discover which small steps you can start incorporating in your life to make the changes you want to see, allowing you to become self-aware of your being, and I’m sharing tools with you to help you make a space for yourself.
WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER
- Tools to help you increase your self-awareness.
- How I shifted my mindset over time and created a space for myself.
- The difference between a fixed and a growth mindset.
- Some positive examples of cultural programming.
- How to start with small steps.
RESOURCES FOR YOU
- Peter Walsh
- Small Hinges Can Move Big Doors
- Carol Dweck
- Stop Asking These 2 Questions
- Grow Your Self-Awareness: Mindset
- Grow Your Self-Awareness: Emotions