#AskStephanie: What affirmation(s) can I use to reduce being so overwhelmed?
If there are no physical or physiological reasons for your lack of creative work, then all it takes is a mindset shift.
You've got to take matters into your own hands and remind yourself, “I have the power to change this.”
If you’re not living an intentional life, you’re living an unintentional one. Your entire lifestyle is a choice you’re making (or not making) every single day. As Lewis Howes once said:
@@“Every moment you get to choose how you show up in the world, and how the world shows up to you.”@@
So here is the question you need to meditate on if you're not making the impact you want to during the day:
How do I need to prepare?
How do I need to prepare? How do I need to prepare for this work? How do I need to prepare for this day?
Close your computer.
Grab a pen.
Take five minutes to write down the answers to those questions, and you will turn your whole day around. Because often that's all it takes to stop the endless chatter in your mind; the overwhelm, the confusion and despair.
Just one step at a time, one simple practice at a time, that's all it takes.
Being intentional is all about, well…the intention. There needs to be an expectation and intention behind every day. Without that, it’s too easy to fall back into the mediocre life that has already carved out for you.
Stop letting the worries rattle around in your head and get it all out on paper. Make a plan.
Prepare for more.