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You Are Who You Think You Are


Episode 86: Welcome back to the Mindset Chick Podcast, I am so happy to have you here, I'm your host Kristi Dear. Today we're going to continue talking about frustration, anger, negative self-talk and blocks that are keeping you stuck from manifesting your good and aligning you with your true purpose. Are you ready to open yourself to your true abundance and receive all the riches, love, joy, wealth and blessings that the universe has for you? If so, let's get started...


• So I want to talk to you about your thoughts and your thinking, basically let you know you are what you think you are, whatever you tell yourself you are. If you tell yourself over and over and over, I'm broke, I'm stuck, nobody likes me, I'm not fun, then that's the person you're going to become. Our thoughts are so powerful, what we speak about, we bring about. What we focus on expands, it's basically like planting seeds every time we have a thought, every time we say negative self-talk to ourselves. 'You can't do it. Who do you think you are? You know, I'm so frustrated with you. Why do you keep making mistakes or such a screw up... You know, I hate you, you're so dumb.' Guys, I had somebody the other day message me, she was a new market partner on my team, and I was in a group message, and I saw her go, 'Oh my gosh, I can't believe I said that. I'm so stupid. I sound so dumb'. I mean, I think sometimes we think that of ourselves, but sometimes we're like, 'Oh, why did we say that? It was so stupid...' But you know, catching yourself and realizing, Okay, you're a manifestation of your thoughts and beliefs basically, so if you think you're ugly and gross and nobody likes you, you'll start creating that in your reality. People's physical appearances can change based on their thoughts. (01:25)

• I know you guys have heard me talk about it a lot, but seriously, it's just the best thing that's happened, and it's allowed me to be able to do these podcasts for you guys and put out all this content, this information, manifesting techniques, tips, tricks, all that stuff. I have the time to do that and I have the resources now to do that. But they gave us this book a few years ago, and I've read it and I'm re-reading it and they signed their names in it, so I just love the support. But this is a really cool story. I was going to read this to you. The author says, recently, in a training program he conducted, each person was asked to give a 10-minute talk on being a leader. One of the trainers gave a miserable presentation, his knees literally shook and his hands started trembling, he forgot what he was going to say, after fumbling for five to six minutes, he sat down thoroughly defeated. I don't know about you guys, but you probably heard me in the last podcast talk about, I want to speak on a large stage... Well, I think speaking is the number one fear that people have, speaking in large audiences in front of people. And I really had to work on training myself not to be nervous. (05:27)

• Sometimes we go places like, I need to get motivated, Oh...I got to listen to something motivating today, to get me to feel good, to pep me up, which all that's great, but what about being your own cheerleader? What about pepping yourself up? What about saying those things to yourself before a big talk or before a job interview, or before talking to a potential customer or a client or a business partner? Instead of saying, Oh man, I hope they joined my team, I hope that they sign up for my services. I don't know who's really going to think of me as a leader, who's really going to think of me as as somebody who could promote these products? You've got to be your own cheerleader, pep yourself up, you know? Let go of the negative self talk, the fear... Fear is going to come up, right? But instead of building a fear-based story, instead of allowing that and manifest and create that reality, what he said in the book is, develop courage. And you know, thinking is just a habit, we can create new healthy habits, we can create new patterns of thinking. The first step is to be aware of the thoughts that we're thinking, the second step is to stop... To interrupt that pattern. (08:38)

• I have something that I really want to share with the world. Why not me? Why can't I do it? There were times when I would see in my minds eye, of me tripping or following and stumbling on my words, and I thought, 'Well, that's not serving me very well, gosh... I don't want to do that.' So I really worked on interrupting that pattern to see myself walking on stage. I'm already visualized what I'm going to be wearing. What I'm going to say, how I'm going to walk out, what I'm going to share, and how much I'm going to serve the people in the audience... Really, it's not about me, it's about serving them and sharing with them things that have helped me along my journey in hopes that I can help someone else... I encourage you this week to do your pep talk. Be your own cheerleader. Visualize what you want to see in the world. Visualize who you want to be. Visualize what you want to receive. Visualize the way that people treat you and you show up. Do that pep talk. A few minutes a day can change your life. (14:16)


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