How many times do you plan on doing something new, and you end up not achieving it not because you are not trying? Often, we find ourselves in situations where we need to change a particular thing in our lives, but fear and excuses stop us.
For instance, you decide you want to lose weight, but you find yourself making excuses to binge on things that won’t help you in your weight loss journey.
In this episode, I have the honour of hosting Elizabeth Benton to talk about changing your mindset. Elizabeth’s life is a testimony that if you change your perspective, you can achieve anything you wish to. Elizabeth shares her weight loss story, her experience with losing her baby just days after her birth, and how her mindset change helped her.
Listen in to this episode and learn.
The Power of Changing your Thoughts:
When we work on our thinking, everything becomes better. You can’t say I’m only changing my mindset when it comes to money only. It doesn’t work that way. It starts with changing your thoughts around everything.
Recommendation for Anyone Who Wants to Become an Entrepreneur
Specificity is a superpower. When you are vague and general, it's going to be very tough to figure out the next steps. Be incredibly specific. You need to be crystal clear on who you want to work with and how you will help them.
Elizabeth’s Inner Superpower
Elizabeth’s superpower is realizing everything can be thought about differently. It is also realizing that her first thought reflects where she has been and not where she is going.
[00:32] Getting to know Elizabeth Benton
[03:50] The power of changing your thoughts
[08:10] Elizabeth’s weight loss journey
[09:32] Elizabeth’s mentorship coaching program
[13:49] Elizabeth’s first book: Chasing Cupcakes
[17:12] Elizabeth’s second book
[19:09] Recommendation for anyone looking to become an entrepreneur/ self-employed
[23:59] Elizabeth’s inner superpower
“Every single choice we make in every area of our life is driven by how we think and most of us just go about thinking about things the same way and dealing with the frustration the same way.”
“When we work on becoming better thinkers, it applies to everything.”
“Specificity is a superpower. When you are vague and general, it's going to be very tough to figure out the next steps.’’
“If you want to grow, you can't continue with the same way you've always thought.”
Connect with Elizabeth Benton:
Grab Elizabeth’s book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07LCCH7YC/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0