I just recently became a member of Daily Burn and have really gotten into their 365 daily streaming workout. The concept is a pretty unique one…each day they have a guest, sometimes a trainer, sometimes a nutritionist, sometimes an actor that work out with the group and then sit down for a few minutes to answer some questions and speak about wellness. Yesterday was Motivational Monday and the host brought up that mean voice in your head. The one that tells you can’t run an extra few minutes. Or tells you won’t make it through this workout. Or tells you that you won’t be able to stick to your meal plan. His conclusion: That Voice is a Liar.
Does that really resonate with anyone else? It literally made me sit up from my hip flexor stretch and say “WOW. YES.”. We all have that voice in our heads whether it’s about your wellness or your bank account or what your house looks like. A common theme I hear from new clients is “I’m ashamed I’ve let the clutter/disorganization/chaos/mess get this far. I feel like it’s impossible to even get out from underneath this”. They too have that mean Voice in their heads that lie to them. Daily. Hourly.
That Voice is a Liar. And it should be silenced with Hope.
That’s where I come in. I’ve been called a cheerleader, Polly Positive, a magician, a miracle maker. I’ll be honest that while I’m always grateful for the kind words, that’s all a little (read: a lot) over the top. What I am able to provide is hope, support and encouragement to squash that Voice, once and for all. You’ll do the silencing, I’ll just help get you there.
Everyone is capable of being organized. Everyone. For some people it will mean being able to use their spare room as their long dreamed about craft room. For others it will mean being able to find their keys in the morning. And for others it will mean freeing themselves from clothes that are too big or too small. Being organized means something different to everyone. The Voice doesn’t get to decide that, you do!
Let’s silence The Voice, once and for all.