If you find yourself obsessing over things that could go wrong at any given moment, where you’re living in fear of worst-case scenarios, this episode is for you.
Today, I’m sharing a transformative two-step method I’ve personally relied on whenever I find myself bogged down by those pesky, pessimistic thoughts that cause me stress and keep me up at night.
But this isn’t just about managing stress or pushing away negative thoughts. It’s about rewriting your internal narrative. You’ll learn how to face the negativities head-on, but with an open mind and heart. By the end, you’ll be able to replace that narrative with one rooted in love, abundance, and an empowering “I’ve got this!” mindset.
Running away from your negative feelings only makes them stronger. The morning protocol that primes you to take on the day. Name the darkness, and you steal its power. The power of writing down what’s eating you inside. Ditch the victim mentality - for your sake and for those around you. Faith over fear - always. Get The Full Show Notes
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