Here’s the problem with saying “I’ll do it later.”
If you start your day with the promise, “Today, I’m going to [fill in the blank]” but then you don’t do it, or even worse, don’t do the thing you say you’re going to do repeatedly, you’re setting yourself up for problems.
Breaking promises is one of the hardest things we can do to ourselves.
Of course there are times when it’s necessary, like if you’re in a situation or operating from a belief system that is truly no longer serving you.
But when you make a promise that you’ll…
-wake up earlier
-stay off of gluten
-write that important email or make the phone call
-leave a bad relationship
and you don’t do it, you’re teaching your mind to believe that you’re not trustworthy.
So be mindful of what you say you will or will not do. Let yourself act with integrity, and your soul’s clarity, purpose, and fulfillment will come flying at you because you’re finally saying “I’m worthy, I’ve got you, I will act as the person who is worthy of this very greatness that wants to move through me.”
What are you struggling with around commitment? Or with connecting to your best self? Let me know, as I’d love to support you and answer your questions.
And check out my video on social media “The Power of Your Words aka Watch Your Mouth” for more. ✨?✨
P.S. Last Wednesday, I said I’d dance for an hour and did it even though I was pretty knackered after driving 7 hours across a small portion of this big county! You can see the videos on Facebook or Instagram , or watch them right below. Here’s to the power of not putting it off. ?
P.P.S. If you or someone you know is looking for a stellar coach+healer to move past blockages and challenges towards dreams and desires, I’m here!! Send me a message.
P.P.P.S. if you can’t stand it for another second, and want to start taking action this instant, sign up for Meditate-Move-Heal. You’ll get immediate access to the Course Page so you can remove “I’ll do it later” from your vocabulary. ?