“Whether you think you can or you can’t, you’re right,” said Henry Ford. Or, as my old Irish auntie used to grumble, “You get what you put in for.”
It would be hard to find a philosopher, sage, counsellor or coach who’d disagree.
It’s no secret that self-belief is the central pillar of success — but it’s easy to forget. Or to underestimate its importance in the creative process.
To give your self-belief a boost at any time, do this F-R-E-E-Writing Exercise. Set a clock for 15 minutes, allowing 3 minutes each for the following five questions.
- What do you believe in?
- Do you believe enough to convince others?
- Do you believe enough to succeed?
- How are your success and your belief intrinsically linked?
- How might you strengthen your belief?
F-R-E-E-Writing is a much more creative way to where you want to go than setting goals or plans.
Regular free F-R-E-E-Writing (where you F-R-E-E-write for a set time or number of pages, putting down whatever comes to mind will), over time, really boost your belief.
As if by accident, you’ll find your horizons expanding — and yourself soaring right over them.
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