3 WAYS TO AVOID BEING YOUR OWN WORST ENEMY

Are you your own worst enemy? Do you have a constant stream of negative self-talk in your head saying things like, “I never get what I want because I’m not good enough, smart enough, young enough, experienced enough, pretty enough, rich enough, thin enough…”?

This negative mindset is the exact reason why you aren’t where you want to be in your life! It’s precisely why, whether it be in regard to your work, health, finances or your relationships, you’re not experiencing the level of success and satisfaction you want in your life.

It’s also why you’re not able to be content with where you are right now, in this moment. In fact, new research indicates that consistently performing at a successful level “is not strongly correlated with age, education, income, race, nationality, or gender. This means that many of the excuses we use to explain why we can’t succeed are simply wrong.”

In fact, new research indicates that consistently performing at a successful level “is not strongly correlated with age, education, income, race, nationality, or gender. This means that many of the excuses we use to explain why we can’t succeed are simply wrong.”1

Every one on the planet, from the top A-list Hollywood stars and the best Olympic athletes to people you walk past on the street, has some degree of negative self-talk going on in their heads.

However, the difference between people who are happy, healthy and managing well in life (i.e. successful) and those who aren’t, is that the successful people know how to avoid being their own worst enemy.

They have learned how to overcome the self-doubt and to be resilient in the face of challenges and adversity. In other words, they’ve learned how to create a positive mindset.

If you want to learn three powerful ways to avoid being your own worst enemy so that you, too, can be your Best Self™, head over to Dr. Harrison’s website to join and access the full article. www.drjenniferharrison.com