Mindset is everything. You’ve heard that a thousand times and probably even tried some pretty compelling mindset practices in order to shift your thoughts and hopefully manifest your desires — right?
I’ve done it all. I’ve tried everything from writing affirmations 100 times a night and creating vision boards to posting notes all over my house to remind me of how I want to think and feel.
While some of the practices worked for a while, they felt too cumbersome and repetitive to keep up with. That is, until about eight months ago, when I found the most powerful mindset hack I’ve ever tried.
After a particularly difficult few months in my business, I had begun to struggle to believe things could get better, or were getting better. I remember getting excited about each new potential opportunity coming my way. At some point, I actually realized things were changing. I had been minimizing and rationalizing my successes — making them feel like accidents.
Instead of allowing new opportunities and abundance to feel like inevitabilities to me, I felt like it was a mistake or simply a stroke of good luck that was sure to run out. Waiting for the other shoe to drop, I felt anxious about manifesting the very things I’d wished for. That’s when I discovered the only mindset practice I’d ever really needed.