Why Self-Awareness Comes First



I love mindset work. ​

It's affirming. It's expansive. It feels good. ​

That's why people work with mindset coaches. The dopamine rush is awesome. And a lot of people get great results. ​

But some don't. Or they have to continually revisit mindset coaching. ​

There's a reason for this. ​

It feels like a dirty little secret, to tell you the truth. ​

And that's because there's a step missing. ​

That step is becoming self-aware.​

What does that mean?​

It means gaining a clear and objective view of the stories and lies you tell yourself. ​

It means understanding how you have sabotaged yourself.​

It means realizing that there's a pretty damn big gap between what you say you want and your actions. ​ ​

And I'll tell you this: If you don't address how you hold yourself back from the life you say you want, you'll never truly move forward. ​

It's really as simple as that. ​

So, why does no one address this?​

Honestly? Because not everyone is capable of the level of raw honesty that fixing your self-awareness requires. ​

It is really hard. And it hurts. ​

When done correctly, fixing your self-awareness will drop you to your knees. ​

it'll turn you into a puddle of tears and snot. ​

And make you feel like crap. ​

That's a tough sell. ​

Who would willingly volunteer for that? ​

No one. But everyone needs it. ​

I've done it. I hated it. ​

But I am incredibly grateful for it. ​

I see my patterns. I hear the stories I tell myself when I don't want to do something or things don't go as planned.​

Even now, years later, I'm still having Aha moments. ​

This is how I think of it: ​

Self-awareness work is like packing for a move. ​

Going through the things that still serve you to bring them along. ​

Getting rid of the things that don't so they don't weigh you down. ​

Many people fear giving up that weight. It's known. It's comfortable. ​

They don't know what they'll fill the gap with. ​

Trust me when I tell you that once it's gone, you'll feel emboldened and triumphant. ​

You'll wonder why you didn't do it sooner. ​

What's weighing you down? I'd love to know. ​

Sending you all so much love.


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