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Note to Myself – Be Selfish

Take the Ish out of Selfish say authors Kathy Kinney and Cindy Ratzlaff in Queenisms.

She wrote herself a note. She read it often until she believed that following her dreams was the least selfish thing she could do. Then she was able to shine. ~ Queenisms™

Is your mental closet jam packed with “would’ves, should’ves and could’ves?” If so it’s time to get those out of your head and into the trash bin where they belong. Because you know what else is in there? Brilliant ideas, creative thoughts, sweet dreams and wonderful intentions. But we can’t get to those if all we see when we look inside are the fears, doubts and regrets that lead us to conclude that we simply don’t have anything to offer. That’s the boogie man. That’s the scarey thing hiding in every mental closet. Let’s shed some light in there and do a little house cleaning, shall we?  What junk thoughts need to be swept away from your mental closet?  We’ll go first. We’re ditching the notion that we can’t write a novel. We’re going to just go ahead and write one, without pre-judging ourselves and see what happens.  Now you go.

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2 Responses to “Note to Myself – Be Selfish”

  1. Nancy says:

    Hmmm! Right with you ladies. Good luck on your novel. You know the resources are already within you to create a smashing hit!

    I’ve discovered what I finally want to be when I grow up. Now going forward, the only ideas in my head are of how right and true this career is going to be for me. There is more excitement and confidence. The ideas are flowing and intentions are true.

    As for fear, doubt and regret? Sure they are still swirling around, but so much easier and quicker to shed when I engage with my life coaching process.

  2. cindy says:

    Isn’t it great to know that at any age we can still decide “what we want to be when we grow up?”

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