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How to Make a Better You – What You Can Imagine You Can Achieve

by Nina Sabin - Healthy Tip

In my past healthy tip blogs I have mentioned you are what you think. Believing you can do something or be something is the biggest step into becoming what you desire.

Most of us have difficulty seeing things in a positive light. We focus on the negative, self-defeating thoughts. We tell ourselves things that are untrue through our negative self-talk.

I have mentioned before that through our past experiences and circumstances we develop our behavior, identity, and beliefs. Unfortunately, they are keeping us from our true potential and best self.

So what do you do if you tell yourself that you don’t measure up, that you are not good enough, that you can’t get that better position, and so on? You stop telling yourself those lies.

Instead you say to yourself: I have value, I am good enough and even better than I can imagine, I can get the better position, I can have a better life, etc. This opens up the opportunity for new behavior, new identity, and new beliefs.

I struggled for years with depression. I would compare myself to others, not feel like I was smart, successful, or really could contribute in any real way. I was holding myself back from experiences in my life that I was meant to be doing.

I stayed focus on what I couldn’t do, on my depression, and on my past and present circumstances. I was worried all the time. I felt like I had no power, no way to change, and I was stuck with no way out.

Through my self-discovery as a health and life coach, I have received the right system, support and accountability. I have learned many tools on how to become empowered, self-assured, and content with my life.

On this self-journey, I have gained knowledge about myself, my body, what holds me back, and how to move forward. I no longer feel stuck and am excited about life. Each day I look forward to what is ahead and I don’t look back.

The good news is; you don’t have to be stuck either. You can have freedom from the past, your negative self-talk, and what’s holding you back. You are able to believe that what you imagine you can achieve.

A year and a half ago, I moved back from living overseas for over 16+ years. I had to leave my job, my home, my friends, and all that I had known in a very short time. I could have chosen to be sad, felt like life was unfair, be mad at my circumstance, and just feel out of control.

Rather, I embraced the opportunity to move back to the US, be able to spend extra time with my adult children, have quality time with my husband, and be excited for the next adventure in life.

If we keep our thoughts positive and self-talk uplifting, then that is what we will experience. To me that is a real achievement. That we can imagine ourselves empowered, content, fulfilled, and peaceful and the results will be just that.

Through my Living Free 90-Day Total Life Transformation program I help you receive the right system, support, and accountability to take away those negative self-talk, thoughts, and behaviors. We work together to find what has been holding you back from being the healthiest and best you. You will see that what you do imagine and you will achieve.

You don’t have to feel stuck, you can move forward, and let go of the past.

Don’t wait! It is time for you to move forward and achieve what you always want to do in your life.

Contact me today for your Complimentary Living Free Breakthrough Session. You will be amazed at the discoveries we make in just one session.

Remember to Make a Better You – What you can imagine you can achieve!

A Bible verse that I use to remind myself every day that I can achieve what I imagine is: Proverbs 3:5-6 Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and He will make straight your paths.


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