“Beware of the thief in your mind that’s after your promise and purpose.” Jim Rohn
Think of your inner limits like thieves in your mind. The thieves take away your power, motivation, and a connection to your purpose. Your thieves are inner limits. Today we are going to talk about three – the three biggest self-limitations that get in the way of our best: 1) Limiting beliefs, 2) Comparison, and 3) Judgment.
Power Phrase this Week: “I choose to empower my beliefs about myself and the world to reach my potential.”
Dr. Rob Elliott Owens, CMPC, CSCS, BCC is a leadership and mindset performance coach trained in the mental and physical aspects of human performance. He currently consults with healthcare and business executives. He is the former chair of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) Diversity Committee, and co-facilitated AASP’s Diversity in Sport and Culture course from 2017 until 2021. He currently serves on the certification council for the Certified Mental Performance Consultant credential. In addition to his coaching work, Dr. Owens has taught workshops and college-level courses on leadership development; diversity and inclusion; positive coaching; health and wellness; and group, team, and organizational dynamics. He is a board-certified coach and a nationally certified counselor.
In this interview, Rob and Cindra discuss:
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hink of your mind as having two parts: the observer mind and the thinking mind. The thinking mind is the monkey mind going from thought to thought to thought. In this episode, Dr. Cindra talks about how to thoughts to be your best more often.
Quote of the Week: "Observe your thoughts and actions so that you can live from true choice in the present moment rather than being run by programming from the past." T. Harv Eker
Power Phrase this Week: “I notice my thoughts and quietly observe my mind.”
Becoming happier and being your best self means learning how to disengage from overthinking. Every day, in all parts of our life, we can experience minor setbacks and hassles. Learning to stop overthinking about them will help you reach your highest level of performance and think like the world’s best.
Power Phrase this Week: “I notice when I excessively and endlessly think too much. I remind myself why I should be confident in my plan and myself.”
Quote of the Week: Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could, some blunders and absurdities have crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson