One of the biggest reasons why we don’t have what we want is because we haven’t tapped into our future self yet.
Most people, without realizing it, try to reach their new goals by continuing to BE and ACT from their PAST self and end up perpetuating their current circumstances because they haven’t learned the art of thinking new thoughts.
You know... the kind of thoughts that your future self had to think in order to get new things and new experiences!
Because I guarantee you, your future self isn't thinking thoughts such as:
Why is this so hard!
This isn't possible for me!
Where is the step by step playbook!
That's why in this episode, I’m breaking down the three most common mistakes most people are making when it comes meeting their future self so that we can get even closer to our dreams.
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(2:16): How do we become our future self? How do we get closer to the version of ourselves that is already enjoying what we want today?
(5:18): Why repeating old thoughts will never get us to a new future.
(7:06): Looking at our goals as an identity goal vs. unique and separate goals to achieve.
(9:18): How positive thinking is actually preventing you from meeting your future self and actualizing your goals!
(13:00): Why working harder from the same level of consciousness is keeping us further away from what we want.
(14:35): Example from the book “How To Eat” by Thic Nhat Hanh.
(16:36): Acting from “it’s only a matter of time”.
(16:58): Understanding and getting to know your future self.