Have An Open Mind – Day 14

Reset Your Thinking Day 14 – Have An Open Mind

“The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in it.” – Terry Pratchett

ResetBeing open-minded can be really tough sometimes. Most of us are brought up with a set of beliefs and values and, throughout our lives, tend to surround ourselves with people who share the same values and beliefs. Therefore, it can be difficult when we’re faced with ideas that challenge our own and though we may wish to be open-minded, we may struggle with the act of it from time to time.

One of the scariest (and greatest) things about seeing the world through an open mind is making yourself vulnerable. In agreeing to have an open-minded view of the world, you’re admitting you don’t know everything and that there are possibilities you may not have considered. This is the perfect time to consider RETOOLING (equipping) YOURSELF. Be spontaneous, have new experiences challenge your beliefs to do something out of your norm. It can be very liberating to look at the world through an open mind. #ResetYourThinking #HaveAnOpenMind

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You Are Significant – Day 8

Reset Your Thinking Day 8 – You Are Significant

“I’m still thinking and hoping there’s an opportunity for people to have better lives and that significant change can occur.” –Tracy Chapman

ResetReset Your Thinking!  You may have been rejected by other kids at school, never fitted into the crowd and always felt different. This may have made you believe that there is something wrong with you. It may have made you afraid of getting close to people. It may  have made  you more introverted than you naturally are.

Or you may have heard a lot of criticism and negative talk from the people closest to you. This may have affected your self-esteem, making you feel worthless. You may live in fear and doubt our abilities to do anything. You may struggle to accept the unconditional love of God.

Or you may have had experiences where someone has broken your trust, taken advantage of you or abused you. This may cause you to be cold, hard-hearted towards people, building up barriers to prevent anyone from hurting you again. Trusting others and even God may be really challenging for you.

Know This! The Creator made you in His image and He does not make mistakes. When He created the world, He saw that it was good. When He created male and female, He saw that it was very good! When you were born God saw that you were very good! Created by Him, for His glory. Say a prayer today, ask God to show you your significance and write them down. #ResetYourThinking #YouAreSignificant #YouWereMadeInHisImage

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Focus – Day 3

Reset Your Thinking Day 3- Focus

“Don’t dwell on what went wrong. Instead, focus on what to do next. Spend your energies on moving forward toward finding the answer.” – Denis Waitley

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Self-awareness means you are in touch with yourself — with your feelings, your actions, your desires. Having a clear perception of WHO YOUR ARE, your strengths and weaknesses and your beliefs, allows you to understand how others perceive you and helps you understand others’ reactions, as well.

The more you develop your self-awareness, the better you are able to direct your own path and adjust your thoughts and actions to align with your goals. Resetting your thoughts is one of your 2016 achievements. This is a great time to focus on something you’ve been putting off, now you can create a detailed plan on how you will finish it.

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Change Your Thinking – Day 1

Reset Your Thining Day 1 – Change Your Thinking
“There is a law in psychology that if you form a picture in your mind of what you would like to be, and you keep and hold that picture there long enough, you will soon become exactly as you have been thinking.” —William James
ResetYou will soon become exactly as you have been THINKING. Hmmm, what have you been thinking about you? Delete negative words from your vocabulary (e.g., “never,” “can’t” and “try”). Identify when you tend to use negative words. If you say something negative, follow up that statement with a positive one. For example: “I just can’t run.” Follow up: “I can walk on the treadmill.”
Assignment:  Write each positive affirmation you choose on a notebook or whiteboard throughout the day.
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