THIS WEEK: BELIEVE AND ACHIEVE

Have you ever thought about how you think, why you think what you think, and what you think about? Depending on what research you read, the average person has anywhere from 12,000 to 60,000 thoughts per day. Yes, that is quite a range, so let’s just agree that we have a lot of thoughts each day. These thoughts frame how we see the world and other people. They play a role in our ability to perform and relate to others. And they impact how we treat ourselves. In other words, they play a role in everything we do and everything we are. So, this week, we want you to BELIEVE AND ACHIEVE. When we begin something new, there is one thing that either helps or hinders our progress, our mindset. We can approach things with fear or not believing we will succeed or we can approach them with a “can-do” attitude. We’re not talking about toxic positivity here, either. Part of believing you can achieve something is knowing there will be setbacks along the way and feeling those dips in your emotions matters. But as we move forward, even when we have self-doubt, our mindset will propel us through. And at the end of the day, nothing has ever been achieved if there wasn’t belief in the beginning. So what do you want to achieve and do you believe you can? We hope you do. Believing and achieving matters.

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