Moving from Motivation to Inspiration: How to Project Your Success

Hey there! Are you ready to take your success to the next level and become a source of inspiration for others? I know you’ve been having amazing results, both big and small, and it’s time to start sharing your light with the world.

This is where you want to move from motivation to inspiration. You know, that feeling when you go from being inspired by external sources, like motivational videos or role models, to feeling inspired from within. That light switch inside you gets turned on and it’s an incredible feeling. But now that you’re lit up on the inside, how do you project it out and share your awesome feelings with the world?

First things first, you need to be aware of what you’re projecting. This goes beyond just your smile or posture. It’s about the story you’re telling, the vibe you’re putting out into the world. Ask yourself, what were the last three conversations you had with people about? Were you complaining or projecting a confident attitude? Pay attention to your inner voice and make sure you’re telling a positive story. It takes time to develop positive habits, but it’s worth it!

Now, let’s dive into how you can apply this to different areas of your life, like your career, love, and money. In your career, make sure you’re projecting confidence and a can-do attitude. If you’re looking for a new job, don’t focus on what’s wrong with your current one. Instead, talk about what you’re looking for and what you have to offer. In your love life, project love and positivity. If you’re looking for a partner, focus on what you have to offer and the kind of relationship you want, rather than complaining about past heartache. And when it comes to money, focus on abundance and opportunities for growth.

In conclusion, be aware of the story you’re telling and the vibe you’re projecting. Work on developing positive habits and projecting yourself as the person you want to be. You’ll be amazed at who you attract and the inspiration you’ll bring to others. Let’s light up the world together!

How to Draw the Line in the Sand… and NOT MOVE IT!

Feeling ready to draw the line in the sand and start fresh? I’m so glad you’re here to hear about the most important lesson I’ve been teaching lately. It’s about making decisions and actually following through with them. It’s a journey that starts with a simple step, and I want to guide you through it.

Making a clear decision can be a game-changer. It all starts by figuring out what you want and what you don’t want. Have you ever made a “Flip It” list? It’s a great way to see the path ahead and imagine the new you. But sometimes, even when we know exactly what we need, it’s hard to take that first step. That’s where the “line in the sand” comes in.

The first step to drawing the line is to be willing to do it. I like to call it your line of courage. This line represents a change in thinking and a declaration that you are done with the old you. You can draw this line in a moment of frustration or excitement, but it’s important to keep seeing it even when the initial energy wears off. The best way to do this is to write it down and make it real. Write down what you want above the line and what you’re done with below the line. And don’t forget to cross off the things you’re done with as you go.

The next step is to acknowledge the strings from the past that have held you back. We all have things that hold us back, and it’s important to recognize them and deal with them one by one. These strings could be things like indulging in dessert at your mom’s house, always feeling like you won’t have enough money for the things you want, or having your heart broken by someone you trusted. Write down all of your strings and don’t be afraid to talk to someone about them. You’ll be amazed at how much easier it is to tackle them once you’ve recognized them.

So, how do you keep from moving the line? It’s all about changing your mindset and making a commitment to yourself. You have to be ready to cut the strings that have been holding you back and make a promise to yourself that you will stay on the other side of the line. This is your journey, and you’re in control. Don’t be afraid to ask for help and support along the way.

So, are you ready to draw the line in the sand and make a change? I believe in you! Let’s do this!

From Stuck to Success: The Ultimate Guide to Making Your Resolutions Stick

Hi there! Are you ready to make a resolution that sticks? Great, because that’s exactly what we’re going to help you do today.

First things first, let’s get into the right mindset. It’s important to believe that change is possible, no matter how stuck you may feel. I know this can be easier said than done, but trust me, I’ve seen firsthand how big of a difference a shift in mindset can make. It’s not about changing everything around you – it’s about changing yourself. And when you do that, the world around you changes too.

So, how do we actually go about making a resolution that sticks? First, it’s important to commit to it. Write it down and tuck it away somewhere special. It’s one thing to think about a goal, but it’s another thing entirely to commit to it in writing. This can help you connect to your resolution on a deeper level.

Next, think about why you want to make this change. It’s easy to start from a negative place – “I hate how I look in the mirror” or “I’m sick of never having enough money.” While it’s important to acknowledge these feelings, it’s equally important to flip them into a positive statement. For example, “I want to feel confident and healthy when I look in the mirror” or “I want to have financial stability and security.” This positive mindset can help propel you towards your goal.

Now, let’s talk about accountability. It’s easy to make a resolution, but it’s much harder to follow through on it. That’s where accountability comes in. This can be a friend, a family member, or even a group of like-minded individuals like you’ll meet in my Mindset School! Having someone to check in with and keep you on track can make all the difference.

But what about when things get tough and you feel like giving up? That’s where self-compassion comes in. It’s important to be kind to yourself when you inevitably encounter obstacles and setbacks. This means learning how to see things from a broader perspective and giving yourself grace when you don’t meet your goals perfectly. Remember, it’s okay to make mistakes.

Finally, don’t be afraid to celebrate your progress and small wins along the way. This can help keep you motivated and remind you of how far you’ve come. Sometimes you can spend so much time giving your time and energy to others, you forget to put yourself at the top of your own list.

Making a resolution that sticks isn’t easy, but with the right mindset, accountability, self-compassion, and celebration of progress, you can do it. And don’t forget – change is possible. Believe in yourself and your ability to make a positive change in your life.

I want to help you make 2023 your best year yet! Join me, Laura St.John, for my weekly mindset lessons and interactive private group coaching in Mindset School! Learn the tips and tools I use to help you get unstuck and manifest the life you deserve.