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You’re stressed out, burnt out and ready for a “time -out” from your life.
You spend all day taking care of others, and you want to take better care of yourself. But there just never seems to be enough time or energy left for you at the end of the day.
You feel like you’re just barely keeping your head above water in the sea of all of your responsibilities.
Your inner critic keeps you stuck, unable to create positive change in your life.
You’re tired of being told you’re “too sensitive” and want to know how to stop taking everything so personally.
You find yourself thinking “there must be more to life than this!”
Accepting responsibility has absolutely nothing with accepting blame. Steven Covey, the author of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People defined responsibility as your ability to respond. You’ve walked through a lot of challenges and trauma in your life and you absolutely didn’t choose to experience. Freedom comes when you accept this point in your life as your starting point. Accept that everything that has brought you to this point has shaped you, and it’s up to you to decide where to go with your life from here. Then, instead of carrying all of that past stress with you, you’re able to release it and only hold onto the lessons.
You only have a certain number of hours in the day, so learn how to make the most it. We will use the science of habits and specific streamlining systems to simplify all your daily tasks to make time for what matters most to you. You’ll go from feeling stressed out and frazzled, to having everything calm, easy and streamlined.
Stress can cause significant damage to our body, and so we need to combat that with taking care of ourselves to reverse these negative effects. But I get it. You’ve learned to always put others first, and so this is a struggle to find time to take care of yourself. We’ve all heard that saying that “you need to take care of yourself before you’ll be able to take care of others.” Prioritizing yourself isn’t selfish – it’s necessary, and in this part of the Building Resilience Framework you’ll learn exactly how to do this without feeling guilty.
When we’re in default survival mode, our Inner Critic is in charge. Our habits, thought patterns, self-talk and limiting beliefs are the rule book that our Inner Critic follows to keep us safe. When we step out of our comfort zone or try anything new, our Inner Critic hits all the “panic buttons” in our brain, ramps up our stress response and says everything they can think of to make us stop. Our stress response starts to work against us too, making it harder and harder for us to create the changes we want to make, even if we know that these changes are in our best interest. If you want to change your life, you have to take control back from your Inner Critic and step up as the Objective Observer of your life, because then nothing will ever hold you back anymore and you’ll become the empowered, unstoppable version of you that you were always meant to become.