From the desk of Jessica Nazarali
Hey You :)
Do you sometimes struggle to generate enough inspiration to get out of bed, much less take control of your life in a major way? And is it making your days difficult… maybe even miserable?
Have you been caught staring at photos on someone’s Instagram account, waiting for your motivation to kick in?
Does it seem like you’ve tried everything in your power to create your dream life, and yet, despite your best intentions, you’re still plagued with:
Constant and reactive short-term battles with issues that aren’t worth your time
Overwhelming distractions that inhibit your productivity and creativity
Complete exhaustion from dealing with projects and tasks outside your area of expertise?
If this describes you, there are TWO things you should know…
First, you are NOT alone!
It may not seem like it sometimes.
But these problems are far more common than you’d think, and they stem from self-imposed limitations that you had zero control over.
Yes that’s right. Most of your beliefs were created subconsciously and you literally had no control over them (and likely still don’t).
I know, because I’ve studied this topic tirelessly and helped a ton of women around the world with the exact same problems .
To understand why finding and changing your self-imposed limitations has been a struggle.
And what you can do about it to re-write the script in your head.
These Limitations Are Not Your Fault!
Blaming yourself and being self critical actually takes us backwards. It’s not productive.
Let me repeat that: If you’re constantly beating yourself up over your inability to control your limitations, you’re wasting valuable energy, because you’re not to blame.
Let me explain…
There are patterns around us in everyday life, from the moment we’re born to the moment we die, that affect the way we think, act, and live our lives.
Some of those patterns affect our productivity and priorities – and thus, our levels of success!
And while there are positive patterns like fostering healthy relationships, pushing through mild discomfort, and taking time for meditation – There are also unhealthy patterns.
Those patterns vary incredibly widely, from your daily routines to the food you’re eating. With so many of these factors influencing how we behave, it’s easy to understand how some of them made their way into your daily life!
And the worst part? The more you blame yourself, the harder those patterns are to CHANGE!