Author, Rachel Stewart, tells us how to turn our beliefs into reality by taking action, even in the face of fear.
Learn that you don't have to feel "qualified" to take action, fear is both a liar and a necessary part of achievement, and why it's worth doing hard things.
In order to accomplish what we want in our lives, we have to believe we can.
To do this, instead of thinking the default negative thoughts offered by our brain, we need to interrupt our brain's "prediction machinery" and utilize it to put new positive thoughts to work in our lives.
We sometimes forget that we are always making a choice. These choices add up to create the life we have.
The truth is we only do what we want to do. Understanding this allows us to give up blame and resentment, own our choices and outcomes, reach our goals, and love our life.
We all have goals and things we want to accomplish in our lives. But sometimes our instincts and the ways we think about goals get in our way, and makes achieving our goals harder.
Instead of setting goals like you always have, look at your goals in a completely new way.
In this episode I share some of the most powerful things my coaches taught me this year.
I am lucky to have the very best coaches in the world—and each one of them gave me a thought and offered a perspective that blessed my life. And now I want to pass these gifts on to you!
We spend most of our lives just thinking on default. We have lots of old, unexamined thought habits.
But the brain has the power to create new neural pathways any time. This neuroplasticity allows you to make new thought habits and experience your life in a new way.
We often judge our accomplishments with a finite mindset. But this is frustrating when we are working on areas of infinite growth where there is no finish line.
Shifting your thoughts to an infinite mindset can keep you invested, motivated, and committed to your goals.
Most of us are not very good at feeling our feelings. We spend our time and energy avoiding, resisting or reacting to our emotions.
Feeling, allowing and processing our emotions is a skill that will serve you in every aspect of your life and help you create the results you want.
Our brains aren't programmed to notice the magic, miracles, and awesomeness of our lives. But that doesn't mean they aren't there!
To feel more joy and awe in our lives, we have to purposefully direct our brains to notice the gifts that are there that go mostly unnoticed.
In our lives, we interact with people that we think are difficult. In reality, there are no difficult people. The only thing that makes other people difficult is what we think about them.
This means that changing our thinking is the solution to every difficult relationship.
Our brain has an opinion about our bodies. And because it's programmed to find problems, the brain's opinion focuses on what is wrong or undesirable about our physical appearance.
But you can retrain how your brain thinks about your body.
Most of us think we are supposed to feel good about ourselves. And we think there’s something wrong with us when we don’t—but it just means we're human.
Learn to redirect your mind to approve of yourself, even when your lower brain insists you have problems.
Our natural human brains want to avoid discomfort, but any time we want to achieve goals and step outside our comfort zone, there is going to be some discomfort.
Learn three important truths that will help you stop resisting discomfort so that you can create the life you want.
We often feel like we are just at the effect of our life and we have little or no control over our experiences.
Learn where your control really is. It is never outside of you. It is what is happening inside that matters—the thoughts you choose are creating your life experience.
We all have a plan for our life. We all have an idea of the way it's supposed to go. And then nothing goes according to plan.
But, when we think "this isn't the way it's supposed to be" we actually add pain to our challenges. Learn how to find peace by accepting what is.
Other people get to act how they want. They have agency to choose. The trouble is we think that these choices can cause us pain.
The truth is that no matter what the other people in your life choose to do, you always get to decide how you want to think about it.
When the people in our lives are suffering, we want to fix things. We want to control their experiences, change their circumstances, and help them feel better.
Learn how feeling negative emotion right along with them, instead of resisting their suffering, can allow us to access divine love.
It seems like there is never enough time or money or energy or resources. We think our lives are less somehow and we know that we will never personally measure up and be "enough."
It turns out that deficiency in any area of our lives is only a thought. Learn how to see your life in a completely different way.
When we learn that our thoughts are creating our feelings and giving us all the results in our lives, we sometimes use this new awareness against ourselves.
While thought work is awesome and powerful and life-changing, in this episode I'm sharing six things to keep in mind as you do your work to get the best results.
Every one of us has limiting beliefs—these are thoughts that hold us back from living the life we want to live. However, in most cases we don't know that they are holding us back.
When we learn to question these long-held beliefs it allows us to take different action and get different results in our life.
An incredible way to think about life and its possibilities is to consider how you love yourself in every "time zone"—past, present, and future.
The better choices we make in the present, the more appreciation we can have for our past self and the more gifts we give our future self.
Every one of us can benefit from the perspective of a coach—someone who can see how we are hurting ourselves and offer us an alternative way to think.
Join this incredible conversation with Master Coach, Jody Moore, and find out why coaching can be so valuable for each of us.
The brain's is equipped with software that is programmed to notice all the things that are wrong with us. This default programming makes us question our overall worth.
To love ourselves we have to discipline our thoughts and decide purposefully how we want to think about ourselves.
Do you have things you want to accomplish in your life, but despite all your good intentions, day after day, year after year, find yourself unchanged and making no real progress towards your goals?
Learn the key to changing anything in your life. It starts by focusing on our thoughts rather than our actions.
Think about what you are contributing to the world around you—are you creating more love or more hate? Are we moving the needle towards love in our homes, our communities and in our world?
Learn the difference that unconditional love can make and how to create more of it in your own life!
Everything that happens in our life is a neutral circumstance—it isn't good or bad. This gives us the agency to choose how we see our lives and the experience we have.
That means that you get to think about your life any way you choose. No feeling is ever required. Learn how to see you life in a whole new way.
Being a parent is incredibly challenging because there is so little you have control over and yet so much you feel responsible for.
In this episode, I share three ideas that will change the way you see your children and your job as their parent, to give you peace and relief as you do the hardest job in the world.
Most of us go through life worried, confused, or overwhelmed. All of these indulgent emotions seem necessary, but they are really only keeping us stuck and preventing us from living our dreams.
Learn to recognize the thoughts that create these emotions and give them up for good.
Whenever we decide to set goals or make a change, the brain resists these changes by offering us indulgent emotions that keep us stuck. One of the most common of these is self-doubt.
Learn how to purposefully manage your thoughts to replace self-doubt with confidence, certainty, and determination.
Every one of us wants to feel better. In order to do this we try to control the world around us.
In this episode we'll talk about the things that are truly in our control and how to release everything else. It starts by understanding what is God's business, what is other people's business, and what is our business.
Relationships can be challenging because our human brains love to be right and notice problems.
Real happiness can be found with our loved ones when we let go of our expectations, take responsibility for our own feelings, and remember that the other person's only job is to be there for us to love.
We all want to change, but we don't always know how. At least, everything we've ever tried hasn't worked.
In this episode, we're talking about how real change is available in any area of your life—but our brains are programmed to resist change. That's why we have to start with our thoughts.
In this episode, we're talking about the thoughts that we've held onto for far too long.
It's time to clean our your thought closet and get rid of the thoughts that are causing pain, keeping you stuck, or aren't in alignment with who you want to be or the goals you have now. Come learn how to do just that.
Judgment always feels protective and useful to our brain, but it is neither. Judgment leaves us feeling terrible and unable to change our own unwanted behaviors.
The way to access peace and love for ourselves and others is to drop the judgments and feel love instead.
In this episode, we learn how to create our feelings on purpose in order to access the life we really want.
Learn how to take responsibility for your feelings, how every feeling is created, and how our feelings can then be used as the fuel for all our actions.
We often think we're supposed to be happy all of the time, but in reality, life was designed to be a 50/50 experience—with 50% positive emotion and 50% negative emotion.
Feeling all of our emotions, rather than resisting, reacting, or avoiding our emotions, is a valuable skill for us to learn.
Every feeling we have is created by our thoughts and not by the circumstances or events in our lives.
It's awesome to know that behind ever emotion we have—positive or negative—there is a sentence in our head creating that feeling.
Our brain is always noticing the problems and negative aspects of our lives. It turns out that this means that it is only doing its job.
Once we become aware of why our brain focuses on problems, then we can re-rank our brain to think the thoughts we really want to think.