You know you want to change or improve something in your life or business. So you set yourself a goal to state your intention to do something about it.
And because you’ve listened to the Changeability Podcast you recognise a few negative self-beliefs and unhelpful limiting thoughts lurking in your mind that could potentially scupper the whole thing.
Well now comes the exciting part – because this is where you start to tell your new story, as you affirm yourself and whatever it is you want to achieve. Because today is the day we talk about how to make affirmations work for you.
In episode 18 of our Changeability Podcast we look at how you can easily create your own personal positive affirmations and once you’ve got them, what you can do with them.
“It’s the repetition of affirmations that leads to belief. And once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things start to happen.” Muhammad Ali
In today’s episode you find out:
- Why affirmations are a great way to help you change something and get more success
- A simple way to craft your own positive affirmations
- Two writing techniques to make your affirmations more effective
- Something about white elephants
- How to get the most out of using affirmations
- How long does it take to get into new thinking habits
- A quick start method to boost the benefits of empowering statements
- How practicing affirmations can make you feel good
- More easy ways to make your affirmations work for you
- Why it’s time to get writing or even singing and your fridge may never look the same again
Links and resources mentioned in the show
- Brilliant Living Affirmations
- Changeability Episode 9 – What is your vision in life and business?
- Changeability Episode 10 – The power of goals
- Changeability Episode 11 – How to set goals that work
- Changeability Episode 13 – Discover your limiting thoughts and beliefs
- Changeability Episode 14 – What self-beliefs hold you back?
- Changeability Episode 15 – Letting go of limiting thoughts and beliefs
- Abbey Gaines – Married by Mistake
- Lally, P. and Van Jaarsveld, CHM. and Potts, HWW. and Wardle, J. (2010) ‘How are habits formed: Modelling habit formation in the real world.’ EUR J SOC PSYCHOL , 40 (6) 998 – 1009
- Good Podcasts Awards 2014 (and we were nominees – yeah)