I Don’t Believe in Morning Routines, but I Believe In Positive Beliefs.

Claudia Brose
3 min readApr 18, 2022

Kick the negative beliefs out of your head. They just hurt.

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Are you aware of how your beliefs influence your daily life?

Your positive and negative beliefs influence your actions.

There are many beliefs that haunt our brains and determine our lives.

The negative beliefs block us and slow us down. So, they are worth to think about and transforming them into positive ones and to anchor them in our minds.

Such beliefs range from “I can’t do that” to “we’ve always done it that way” to “I can’t ask you to do that” or “you’re only really successful if you work yourself to death, get little sleep, ruin your health and be stressed out”.

“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t — you’re right.” — Henry Ford

What you think determines your actions, your approach.

What negative beliefs do you have in your personal life, in your work life, in your leisure time?

I can’t do it because I’m not good enough yet. Or: I am too slow; I am always behind the others. Or maybe: I’ve never been good with technology, so I’d better don’t even go there. It will only go wrong. And recently I heard: You see? It was clear that THIS would happen to me again! It’s always like that! Does any of those thought sound familiar to you?

How can you work on your beliefs, or mindset in your various life areas?

Start out with: Getting clear on your goals.

Ultimately, it’s about being aware of your purpose, and a big purpose helps you making decisions which then pave the way for each of the next steps that lead toward that purpose.

Your WHY determines everything.

As in many areas in life, asking your WHY is the key motivator.

Successful companies know their WHY and communicate this to their employees and customers. They survive much longer on the market than companies that only know and communicate their “what”.

Write down all the things that block you. Your negative beliefs.

Claudia Brose

Writer, Event-Creator, Marketing Professional turned Rebel against a rushed world | Japan mad | Cyclist | #Self-Awareness #Lifestyle #Mindset | claudiabrose.com