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🎬 Step 4 - Lights, camera, action your new beliefs

Published 2 months ago • 1 min read

What happens when intention meets action?

Let's find out...

Welcome to the final step of the beliefs process.

Step 1 was about uncovering your beliefs in a given context.

Step 2 was about deepening your understanding of those beliefs.

Step 3 was about creating new, more supportive beliefs.

Step 4 is about taking consistent action to make your new beliefs your new reality.

Get the Step 4 attachment at the bottom of this email.

This final worksheet in the beliefs process is actually the most important one.

Why?

Because change can take a while to stick. Old patterns have a habit of holding on for dear life. The best way to overcome that tendency is to lay down new patterns in a manageable and consistent way.

This worksheet will show you how to do that.

You will learn the three steps to embedding a new belief:

  • Getting support from people you trust
  • Setting clear intentions
  • Taking small actions

That's it! No palaver here. Just a simple process that leads to more clarity and confidence.

What are you waiting for?

You've got this,

PS. Remember those pesky avoidance strategies from last week? This is the time to move past them so your new beliefs can take root, sprout and grow into a clearer, more confident you.
Get ready to shine.

Your Step 4 worksheet is attached and waiting for you.

Step 4 Beliefs Worksheets.pdf

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