3 Mindset Shifts You Need to Make to Create Your Big Life

Transforming your life can be challenging!

I know because I’ve been on this journey for nearly 15 years.

What I’ve found is that change is a hell of a lot easier if you make these 3 shifts in your mindset…

1. There is no failure only feedback

As adults we become so scared of failing that we stop trying new things in case we don’t succeed.

As I create the life of my dreams I experience fear of failure regularly.

It’s totally normal because my mind wants to keep me with what’s safe and familiar.

When I accept that fear is always going to be there, the faster I embrace taking action towards the life I want.

That’s why it’s vital to reframe failure as feedback and an opportunity to learn valuable lessons on the way to creating your Big Life.

Treat everything as an experiment and fall in love with the process.

2. Progress over Perfection

Waiting for the ‘perfect time’ to make a change…

Or trying to get something ‘perfect’ before sharing it with the world can keep you stuck and doing nothing for YEARS!

I know this because I’m a former perfectionist. 

Instead I’ve trained myself to take messy action and celebrate every bit of progress I make.

Giving myself permission to be messy is one of the best gifts I’ve given myself.

Trust that you will figure things out as you go so you can let go of the perfectionism that’s keeping you stuck.

Oh… and become your biggest cheerleader!

Because going after what you want takes courage.

Never forget that.

3. Stop ‘SHOULDing’ on yourself and make your own rules for life!

Doing what you think you ‘should’ do and what’s ‘expected’ of you is a recipe for a life of regrets.

Check out the book ‘The Top 5 Regrets of the Dying’.

It’s the #1 regret.

Instead, I embrace my uniqueness and follow my joy so I can live life on MY TERMS.

It’s your life and you get to live it YOUR WAY.

Don’t let the BS rules of society or other people tell you otherwise.

This ^^ is how I’m creating a life of purpose, meaning and fulfilment.

I hope you found this helpful.

Joe 🙂