Can you believe we are on Episode 3 already?? Well I can because I have been doing all the creating here, well spirit and I anyway. I am super excited for this episode of Kickass Every Day as this is where the seeds of personal development are planted, with your mindset.
Having said that, it is also the reason why so many people struggle not only in life but with trying to use personal development successfully.
Well NO MORE. This very frustration was really the driving force for me in creating this podcast, my website and anything else that follows.
So the goal for this episode is to help you get into the right mindset to be able to achieve consistent success with personal development.
Everything always starts with our mind. It is where we live day in and day out. This is also the reason for so many unhelpful thinking patterns that we all have. Most of us don’t share the conversation we have with ourselves with anyone else; so it is easy to see why we don’t always realize that sometimes what we are thinking and mentally talking about isn’t correct or helpful!
I am hear to tell you, that you alone have the power to change that- or not.
Hey maybe you like the way things are, I am not here to judge. But I am guessing that if you are at all interested in personal development, this means you know that there is something better waiting for you and you are willing to put the time in to find it.
So what is covered in this episode:
- Your mindset and why it’s so important to get it in the right place
- What mindset even is
- Why we tackle this first before ever going any deeper with personal development
- The review and release process
- How our emotions and feelings play an important part
- Mel Robbins 5 Second Rule technique
I hope you really enjoy this show as much as I have enjoyed sharing this key to personal development success with you.
Please make sure to subscribe in Apple Podcasts so you never miss out on the fun and I look forward to connecting with you next week!
Till next time-
Links for this episode:
Mel Robbins- The Five Second Rule