Didn’t get anything done today?
That’s just your trash-loving raccoon brain talking to you. It thinks the best way to motivate you into action is to point out all of the things you didn’t do and how you’re falling short.
This method of motivation doesn’t create more action; it creates more mind clutter.
And just like real life clutter, mind clutter creates more overwhelm and more stress.
If you want to get more done, we’ve gotta clean up the clutter and focus on what you DID do and celebrate the heck out of that. Because when you focus on what you DID do and feel good, you'll just keep doing more.
This is what I teach my clients how to do. It's a skill you learn, not something that will happen by accident.
When you know how to move out of focusing on all the ways you're falling short, and into focusing on everything you're doing well, it gets so much easier to get everything done.
This is what I teach my clients how to do.
And I can teach you, too. Click here to schedule a free consult to see exactly how this would work for you.