Do you feel like you’re behind no matter how many achievements you’ve had?
You know when you’re doing everything right…
You train hard.
You eat well.
You nailed your job – your business.
You’re able to take good care of your family.
But still struggling to feel like you’re winning.
We high achievers feel this way a lot.
Those high-achieving parts of you say,
So you work harder.
You move onto the next goal.
Then the next goal.
And the next goal.
Until it became like an endless stream of things to do, improvements to make, goals to achieve, new heights to reach.
And you start to think –
“Maybe it’s my mindset that’s holding me back.”
So you try to change your thoughts.
You do it well for a certain period of time.
But you find it hard maintaining it.
And now you feel like you’re failing self-development.
It’s a bummer. I know.
Our high-performing girls at SMP felt that.
I myself felt that
when I won my world title. 🙂
But here’s what I learned and it’s what you need to know.
What neuroscience tells us is this:
Your thoughts are lying to you.
They are not real.
Even when they make us feel certain ways.
ESPECIALLY when they make us feel certain ways.
Because the key to your mindset is –
Not your mind.
It’s in the body. 🙂
Your story follows your state.
You will learn more of that inside SMP.
Our neuroscientist @michelle_baty will teach you principles around functional self-compassion so you can learn to
And it works.
The process has worked for me and for thousands of women we coached at SMP.
It worked for our client @daniwoolbank in this photo…
And it can work for you too,
IF you do the work.
Loving-kindness and light,
Hattie x SMP Coaching Team