How much time do you spend each day practicing the wrong identity?
Being annoyed at this person you are, who can’t do this and just doesn’t that.
Hating yourself for procrastinating and calling yourself lazy and weak.
Making mental lists of all the times you screwed up.
Thinking all the reasons you shouldn’t go for that job.
Blaming yourself for the way you spoke in that meeting.
Comparing yourself to the stars in your team and feeling like a big fraud.
Considering being proud of yourself when you’ve proven you can lose the belly.
Going over the same pros and cons for the umpteenth time, and still not taking a decision.
Regretting that choice you made months ago.
Letting anxiety dictate exactly where and how you’re going to spend your day.
Rehashing powerless grounds for not changing this career you hate.
Make sure you like the identity you practice.
We get good at what we do regularly.
And what we train at every day? We get OUTSTANDING at.
No bad horses, only untrained riders 🐴
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