Everyone has a story!
Your story is about who you believe you are, what you believe you deserve and even why you believe this is true!
Your story is either propelling you forward in life or, it’s holding you back.
Every – Single – Time – You – Tell – It!
You share your story when you introduce yourself; based on how you want others to see you (whether you believe what you’re saying or not).
You share your story on your first date; based on what you want your date to think of you. You share your story when you when you apply for a job; based on how you want your employer to value you and your work.
Every time you share your story, your mind will search for ways for you to live up to who you say you are; no more, and no less.
The power of your story will always depend on your levels of “SELF” (Self-Esteem, Self-Confidence, Self-Image, Self-Love, Self-Worth). When your thoughts about your “SELF” are negative your story will often come from a victim mindset. You’ll know this to be true because you’ll find yourself blaming others, feeling angry, looking for vindication about why something isn’t going the way you want it to, and seeing negative experiences in your life as something being done “To You” instead of something you can learn from.
So where does your story come from?
You started creating your story from the time you were born.
You came into this world with only two fears: a fear of falling and a fear of loud noises. All other fears and beliefs were taught to you by your parents or caregivers and they taught you, based on how they were taught. You see yourself, based on who someone taught you to be and this is the information you’ve used to create your story about who you believe yourself to be and what you believe yourself to be capable of!
When you tell your story, are you coming from high levels of “SELF” where you believe you are smart, abundant, prosperous, kind, loved, and can do or be anything you want? Are you telling your story from a place of power; walking with your head held high, your shoulders back and an air of confidence or do you give your power away to others by allowing them to make you angry, resentful, ashamed, or feeling like a victim?
Remember; it’s your story! If you’ve lived your life up to this point telling your story from a place of feeling disempowered, you can always go beyond your story! You are the author, the creator and the storyteller. You get to choose whether you’re the Villain or the Superhero; you get to choose if your story will be one of darkness and hardship or love and light!
You have the power to rewrite your story anytime you want, in any way you want it to unfold! The only thing that can hold you back from going beyond your story are your own negative thoughts about who you believe you are and what you believe you’re capable of.
Too often people wait until a life altering experience forces them to do something they never dreamed they were capable of doing, before they realize they are capable of so much more than they believed they were!
What’s your story? What do you tell others about who you are and what you believe you’re capable of and, what story do you tell yourself?
Stop waiting for permission to step into your light. Stop waiting for permission from someone else to approve of how you deserve to show up or the story you get to tell. Go beyond your story and show the world that your story is still unfolding. Your story is epic because you are committed to continually go beyond your story!
When people are ready to let go of their negative mind chatter, Nancy teaches them how they can Master Their Beliefs to recognize and eliminate The Impostor Syndrome as they level up in all areas of their life!
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