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  • Writer's pictureDarren Timms

Want to change your life? Then

If you want to change your life. Then learn how to change your story. What you tell yourself about yourself and life is what you believe and, therefore, almost impossible to outperform.

We limit ourselves by deciding we can’t do something before trying. Based on assumed historical narratives, these beliefs lead us to ask- “What’s the point?” or statements such as ‘This is stupid when I know I can’t do this.”

We effectively tell ourselves the answer is “NO” before asking the question by stating or even thinking this way. And from there, the path to accomplishment is sabotaged.

This negative self-talk is a clear sign that you must first question and rewrite your history. Our story affects what we do and how we approach life. A powerful story leads to a life of opportunity, while a fearful or weak story will produce the opposite.

When we change our story, we change our lives. The most important thing you can do is stop telling yourself disempowering, fear-based stories. Then refuse to engage in critical self-talk and start to believe you can achieve whatever you put your mind to.

Easier said than done, I hear you say. Are we not creatures of habit? The answer is a resounding yes.

We are indeed creatures of habit. But habits are nothing more than repeated, learned behaviours. What was learned can be unlearned and replaced with updated and more beneficial behaviour patterns.

And while we are discussing habits, it’s empowering to know that good habits are as hard to give up as bad habits, and nobody ever became an expert at anything by chance.

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