4 Practical Ways To Improve Your Mindset and Life


The mind is a pretty amazing thing. It believes what we tell it, and unfortunately, that’s not always a good thing, We have the opportunity to build ourselves up, to say nice things and pat ourselves on the back. But instead, we typically put ourselves down, cut ourselves no slack at all, replay negative thoughts and comments over and over…..allowing all of this to become our natural habit.

When I was younger I didn’t know there was another way to think. I didn’t know changing my thought process was possible. I struggled with social anxiety, what others thought, and having a negative, limiting mindset that left me feeling alone, discouraged, insecure, and paralyzed at times.

When I got older and started going to church, a whole new world opened up for me and I learned that all those negative thoughts were actually lies and that I could absolutely change my way of thinking. It took time and patience with myself but, I have found freedom from the self-doubt, fear, comparison, and mom guilt that I used to have me trapped.

Re-wiring or shifting your mindset is not a one and done quick fix. It’s something you must constantly work on.

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What is mindset re-wiring/shifitng? Basically, it’s getting to know yourself and changing the way you think.

  • Believing you have the ability to grow and change

  • No longer needing the approval of others

  • Seeing your challenges as opportunities

  • Focusing on your progress instead of the end result

  • Learning to celebrate your Effort and NOT just the end RESULT

How do we shift our mindset? By fueling ourselves!!!

Here's 4 Practical ways to improve your mindset and life

Fuel Your Faith: Learn what God says about you and your situation. Connecting with him and like-minded friends is a game changer. It will help you stay close to His view and plan instead of the worlds.

  • Get into Gods word

  • Pray

  • Surround yourself with like-minded friends

  • Attend church

  • Serve at church

Fuel Your Body: This doesn’t mean you have to do a full blown 60-minute workout, unless that’s your jam. It could mean simply taking a walk

  • Move daily

  • Eat well/Drink water

  • Keep up with doctor’s visits

  • Take vitamins

Fuel Your Relationships: These are YOUR PEOPLE! The ones you turn to for prayer and encouragement. The ones who will also speak truth into you, what you NEED to hear and not just tell you what you WANT to hear.

  • Surround yourself with friends who lift you up

  • Learn to say no to things that won’t serve you well

  • Pray for your friends regularly & share your prayer needs with them

  • Make plans

  • Encourage each other

  • Have fun!

Fuel Your Emotions: This takes time and practice, but can ABSOLUTELY be done. Be patient with yourself.

  • Focus on the good, rather than the bad

  • Learn and focus on your strengths over weaknesses

  • Enjoy the process & be proud of the progress you make

  • Speak words of encouragement to yourself, (ex. I can do this….)

  • Celebrate yourself for trying and embrace the wins, big and small

  • Realize that the past is the past. Shift your mind to see it as lessons, opportunities of growth,… (ex. What did it teach me, what did I learn from it…)

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Why is re-wiring our mind important?: So you can go from feeling alone, discouraged, powerless, frustrated….to feeling inspired, determined, focused, positive… There are opportunities waiting for you and your fixed mindset could be holding you back.

  • Set-backs may cause you to give up

  • Getting through the tough stuff makes you stronger

  • What you give energy to is what will grow

  • Your mindset has an impact on how you see yourself and the world

  • God has so much in store for you

Where to go from here:

  • Recognize your options. You can choose to continue feeling this way or you can choose to take a positive step forward

  • Prepare yourself to slowly start releasing the negative thoughts, comparison, criticism, judgement, approval from others….

Learning to re-wire your mindset is incredibly freeing but as I said before, it takes time. Be patient with yourself, maybe even share your plan with someone for accountability, and remember, every step you take is a step closer to finding that freedom.

If you totally relate this blog, check out "15 Simple Ways to Becoming a Better You Daily"

Don't forget to take care of you my friend.

Let me know how you're doing. I'm cheering you on!

Sherry

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