Break the “New Year” pattern and build trust in yourself

Last week I asked you what is your pattern at the beginning of the new year, and many of you answered that you start with plenty of intentions but don’t follow through.

OMG! I get it!!

I’d like to address that because this pattern has a huge influence on your confidence and therefore what you believe is possible for you.

In this video, I talk about the one skill that you can build to re-establish a trusting relationship with yourself and a 3 step process to do so.

Comment below and let us know what you choose to commit to! I look forward to hearing from you!

 

With much love and gratitude,

Geneviève Pépin

Coach for the ambitious woman

It’s never too late to be who you’re meant to be.

Comments

  1. Andrea

    Step 4: confirm ‘I did it!’
    Step 5: keep score on a paper calendar. How many days can you do this without taking a break or making excuses? The least amount. It’s good to see the trail of successes getting longer. 🙂

    Build on something you already do e.g. fill in my diary for the day AND also keep a small notebook to capture writing ideas, sentences, snippets. Before or after – just make the time to do that small amount extra. The practice of being a writer and doing writer-type things.

    Never quit without exploring why? Was it the wrong time to start? Did the idea become obsolete? Did something better turn up? Doesn’t matter. Be knowing so you can do better next time.

    As Genevieve says – it’s about building your confidence in keeping your word to yourself.

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