The Be, Do, Have Mindset

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Introduction


Have you ever wondered why some people seem to achieve great success in all areas of life - their relationships, health, business, and so on - Yet, most people struggle to make any kind of lasting change. 


Well, I believe that the idea of this lasting change comes from a concept of the "be, do, have" mindset. And really, what that means is we need to become the person who is capable of achieving the thing we want.


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Becoming the Best Version of Yourself


In order to create and live the life that you truly desire, first, you must become the person who is capable of achieving that life. Imagine yourself as the best version of yourself, with confidence, energy, and a positive outlook. This is the ideal version of who you want to be. It's important to get really clear on what that looks like for you.


The Power of Action


Once you have a clear vision of who you want to be, it's time to take action. Ask yourself, what actions does this type of person perform every day? What are their habits? What are the uncomfortable things that I need to do differently in order to achieve the results that I want?


Embracing Internal Change


Most people focus on changing their end results, but they're not willing to do the internal work. When faced with discomfort or obstacles, they make excuses or self-sabotage.


However, true change comes from within. It's about shifting your identity, overcoming self-limiting beliefs, and embracing a new mindset.


Overcoming Obstacles


When striving for personal growth and success, obstacles are bound to arise. These obstacles can be internal, such as self-limiting beliefs, fears, and insecurities, or external challenges that need to be overcome. It's important to identify these obstacles and prioritize them. Reflect, journal, and meditate on what is holding you back and find ways to overcome them.


Finding Your Motivation


Having a clear vision and goals is important, but finding the motivation to achieve them is crucial. What drives you? What leverage do you have? Find the things that inspire and drive you, whether it's positive goals or using past negative experiences as fuel to prove someone wrong. Use this motivation to keep you moving forward, especially when times get tough.


Developing a Plan


Once you have clarity on who you want to be and what you want to achieve, it's important to develop a plan. Create a clear roadmap of how you will get there, breaking down your big vision into smaller, actionable steps. Remember, you don't need to know all the details initially. Focus on creating a desire within yourself, and the way will be revealed throughout your journey.


Reprogramming Your Mindset


Changing your beliefs and mindset is a crucial part of the "be do have" mindset. Identify any limiting beliefs holding you back and create empowering affirmations to reverse them. Reprogram your subconscious mind by listening to these affirmations daily. By shifting your beliefs and taking consistent action, you can transform who you are at the core and manifest the life you desire.


The Be, Do, Have Mindset


Remember, the "be do have" mindset is the key to lasting change and success. It starts with becoming the best version of yourself, taking action, and embracing internal change. Overcoming obstacles, finding your motivation, and developing a clear plan will help you stay on track.


Reprogramming your mindset through affirmations and consistent action will bring you closer to the life you truly desire. Embrace the power of the "be do have" mindset and watch your life transform.

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About the author

Paul Wadsworth

Paul Wadsworth is a transformational mind, body, and lifestyle coach in Vancouver BC. He helps people worldwide to reinvent themselves physically, mentally, and emotionally, so they can live with more energy, confidence, and clarity.

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