Which-thoughts-are-youWe each have thousand of thoughts per day and many of them are repeated over and over again.

Some thoughts that we have are worth recycling and some need to be thrown away, never to be heard from again.

But too often we recycle the wrong ones.

Over and over we replay thoughts such as:

“I’m not good enough.”

“I’m not one of the lucky ones.”

“I’m ugly/fat/dumb.”

“Why should I bother, I’m just one person, I can’t make a difference.”

“I wish I could, but I’m too scared.”

Far better to recycle these thoughts instead:

“I can do it.”

“I’ll never give up.”

“There is a plan and purpose for my life, and I intend to fulfill it.”

“Despite my circumstances, it’s good to be alive.”

“I have a lot to be grateful for.”

Which thoughts are you recycling?

Those that keep you in misery and hold you back from reaching your full potential?

Or those that enable you to persist during challenging times and motivate you to perform at your best?

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