3: Practice Visualising You Achieving Your Goal
This is your number one mind hack. When we think like we have achieved our goal, our brain starts looking for situations, conditions and people to help us make it happen. Allow yourself 5-10 minutes a day to use your imagination as your biggest ally and bestie as you start creating the dreams and goals you have. When we focus on Christmas anxiety, we attract more anxiety.
4: Get yourself a partner in believing
Now you and I both know that some days we totally nail life. We easily get all the things done, we step up and take action. However there are days when self-doubt creeps in, our excuses take over and we get in our own way. These are the days you want to have a partner in believing, a person to hold you accountable in doing what you said you would. This could be a friend, your partner or even a mentor. But what I know to be true after working with hundreds of women is …it’s so much harder to achieve big dreams and goals alone.