DAY THIRTY-THREE: REFLECT ON OTHERS
REFLECTING ON OTHERS
- It is important that you determine where your current environment is in terms of supporting you as you grow; own the fact that your environment is exactly where you allow it to be; and then take control of it so that you can mold an environment that supports your growth.
- When your identity changes, many times your environment will need to change (or evolve) along with you. This is NORMAL!
- Acknowledge this change within yourself, address and discuss your new identity with others if necessary, and be a leader to those around you (IF THEY ARE OPEN TO YOUR HELP) who are struggling within their own minds to overcome their false limitations, fear and self doubt.
- Task 1: Post in the Day 33 post as part of your daily morning ritual, the answers to these questions: 1.) What was the first thought and feeling that you had after doing your morning affirmations? 2.) Think about something you are grateful for, something that makes you smile :-), no matter how big or small, and write what that thing is. Don't be shy! 3.) How will you live by THE CODE today (is there an area you are working on)? 4.) Read your personal vision statement and tell me what thoughts and feelings you are having about it today.
- **(Feel free to read questions 5-8 for now, reflect on them throughout the day, and then answer them before going to bed tonight)**
- ****5.) Have you started to identify some people in your life who feel threatened by your changes? If so, how will you address this?
- ****6.) Are there people who have noticed the changes in you and are supportive and happy for you? If so, what have they noticed? What have they said to you?
- ****7.) Are there people in your life that you now feel like you can't be who you are becoming around them, or that you are now 'holding back' around them? If so, why is that? Is it because you are afraid that who you are becoming will make them feel bad or maybe fear that they won't accept you anymore? Why?
- ****8.) Have you found yourself becoming a leader in certain ways in your life where you weren't before: Have you helped someone overcome a limiting belief? Given someone encouragement when you might have shied away from it in the past? Have you taken the initiative to help someone? Have you shown yourself to be an example of strength within yourself by taking the 'high road' and allowing yourself to be unphased when someone tried to pull you into their negativity and sabotage your new identity? (You do not need to answer each of the questions in #9; they are are just meant to give examples and help you see times in which you have been a leader)