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  1. Great post!

    I totally agree with you that our minds are way more powerful then we tend to believe. Ask any successful person if they have a dream board or a mirror full of quotes and inspirations and affirmations and I bet they will have something. It always starts with ourselves, not anyone else. We control how we see ourselves and it is our choice to believe others or not, but it is up to what our mind thinks about that determines who we want to be.

    Very inspirational post!

    • I’m so glad you mentioned that, about successful people, because it’s true. Successful people are constantly doing things to improve their mind. I have been meaning to add more positive affirmations to my mirror and make a dream board… you’ve motivated me, I’m finally going to do it. So, thanks for that 😉 and thank you for reading!

  2. Thank you for your article, Lisa! I think we all need regular reminders to improve our mindsets. Even as we know about the importance of this process we tend to forget it in our everyday busy lives.
    I’m totally agreed with Mr. Gautama- we are making ourselves.
    Could I suggest another affirmation- I know what I need to do to keep things improving day by day.
    Kirill.

    • I love it! It’s so true, we know what we need to do, but so often feel stuck and reluctant to change. I will add that one to my list. Thanks so much for stopping by!

  3. I love affirmations as well. I used to be really good at doing them daily, but must confess, life came in the way and have not been doing them lately… This inspires me to get back into it, thank you! I thought your list of affirmations is a great start for anybody to get going!

    Great article Lisa, really enjoyed it,

    Vicky

    • Thanks Vicky! I hope you do! They have helped me so much and I need to start doing it more. I really feel like it is such an important step to loving yourself and therefore succeeding.

  4. There’s a study that says that the type of thoughts we have can affect the atoms in our body. This means that positive thoughts or affirmations can help our body stay healthy while negative can make we get sick.

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