What Doesn’t Kill You

“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, stand a little taller…What doesn’t kill you makes a fighter, footsteps even lighter…” Kelly Clarkson what doesn’t kill you

I’m wondering if you can relate.

I’ve heard my clients talk about their pain and how they don’t believe they can bear it. They don’t want to face it. They fear reliving it.

And yet, they know it’s time to let go and move forward.

What do we do to begin the process of shifting away from the pain, into the lessons, and embracing the amazing person inside?

What can you do, if you are ready, to discover how strong you really are?

Why not start with believing you are worthy of more and there is strength you have yet to tap into?

We all have repetitive thought patterns throughout the day. You can start to pay attention to those patterns and identify a few that are negative or not supportive of you being the best version of you today.

You see, a study from the Laboratory of Neuro Imaging at the University of Southern California states an average person has about 48 thoughts per minute, 70K thoughts per day, and that close 90% percent of them are same.

This means you are telling yourself the same story over and over and over again, and thus creating beliefs.  

So why not go ahead and start creating new beliefs? Take those negative or not supporting thoughts you identified then look for evidence that these thoughts are not true. Shift to more meaningful and purposeful thoughts. Identify times in your life when you were amazingly strong, even if only for a moment, and celebrate those wins.

Now, take those amazing thoughts of how remarkable you are and repeat these stories over and over again. See them, feel them, taste them, smell them, step into these moments as if they were happening right now.

This process will wake up your mind and create new beliefs, building a connection between your conscious mind and your subconscious. Soon, you will experience what it’s like to feel a little stronger, a little taller, a bit of a fighter, and with footsteps even lighter. You will experience making choices based on a new belief system you purposefully created.


It takes intentionality, decisions, and choice. It’s up to you to know when you are ready for a change.

What would it take for you to set yourself free, to believe in yourself, to know you are stronger and your choices matter?

It takes allowing yourself to feel worthy of self-development. It takes having someone at your side guiding you through the barriers that could hold you back. It takes someone who has done it and is willing to go through it with you.

Let’s talk and see if I am that someone for you. Schedule our discovery meeting today.


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