“I’VE NEVER MET A CAKE OR A COOKIE I DIDN’T LIKE.”
This sentence used to slide out of my mouth like it was a fact. Like I was reporting the news.
At first glance, the sentence seems pretty harmless.
The problem is that what you say about yourself, even when you pretend to be joking, is an indication of what you believe.
Beliefs are like muscles.
> You can strengthen or weaken them.
There’s no upside to believing that, “I never met a cake or a cookie I didn’t like.”
So, first I stopped saying it like it was a fact.
Then I stopped LIVING and MAKING DECISIONS about what I’d eat and not eat like it was a fact.
❤️ If you me to teach you how to do this, REGISTER NOW for my upcoming masterclass.
What do YOU say about yourself like it’s a fact?
- That you’re a couch potato?
- That you hate exercise?
- That you’re always in a rush?
- That you never get any time to yourself?
- That your life is chaos?
- That you just have a sweet tooth?
If there’s no upside to believing something is true, stop saying it.
Once you stop saying it, stop living like you believe it.
You’ll be amazed by what you can accomplish when you stop speaking AND living out beliefs that won’t serve you.
See You In Class,
WHAT WOMEN HAVE SAID:
My new thinking is helping me overcome my desire to eat when I’m not hungry.
I am snacking and eating way less.
I’m already 5 pounds down and I couldn’t be happier. -Kelley