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Change Your Story, Change Your Life

I used to hate running!

In fact, when I was a teenager in high school, I was the slacker in P.E. class who would drag my butt around the cross country course and walk at every opportunity.

I was kind of like Oprah, who always used to say how much she hated to exercise.

But here I am today, fresh in from my jog, announcing that I absolutely LOVE running. My P.E. teacher would collapse in a fit of laughter — this is a massive change from the person I used to be.

The big message here today is that you can change your life by simply changing your story — the story you’ve been repeating forever.

Click above to watch as I explain.

Here’s the thing: the key to changing my attitude and behavior towards exercise started when I reversed what I told myself repeatedly about running.

I started saying to myself, over and over: I’m an athlete. I’m a runner. I was born to run. I love running.

I changed my story, and it changed everything.

The point is, by telling yourself something over and over again, you actually can change what you thought was a natural part of your DNA.

So today, what is it that you need to start telling yourself? It need not be about exercise. It could be about anything.

Not a natural public speaker? Yes, you are! Not a savvy businesswoman? Yes, you are!

Remember, if you want to change, then you have the power to change. You absolutely can. It’s only up to you, and no-one else.

Thank-you for watching today’s video. If you’ve liked it, please hit the like button and share with your family and friends.

And in the comments section below the video, please let me know what areas of your life you are planning to change. Let’s all support each other on our journey to greatness.

Sending love and strength,

  • Yolanda
    Posted at 10:57h, 20 May Reply

    Hi Jacquie. I’ve always felt like I’m not an entrepreneur, even though I’ve always wanted to run my own business. I’m going to start changing the way I think. I’ve even written a daily reminder note that I’ve hung above my desk that says “I am a success!”

    • Jacquie
      Posted at 10:22h, 21 May Reply

      Fantastic Yolanda!

  • Geri
    Posted at 10:59h, 20 May Reply

    Thanks Jacquie. I’m a lot like you — not a natural born athlete. But I want to change that. I’m changing my self-talk. I am an athlete!

  • Michelle
    Posted at 11:02h, 20 May Reply

    Fashionable women intimidate me. I guess it’s because I want to be like them. You’ve inspired me to take some risks with my wardrobe and try a new hairstyle.

  • Carine
    Posted at 15:16h, 20 May Reply

    You’re so Awesome Jacquie:)

    • Jacquie
      Posted at 09:51h, 21 May Reply

      Thank you SO much Carine – So are you!

  • Bill Sheddy
    Posted at 17:18h, 20 May Reply

    You will notice a real increase in your readership tonight when you appear on the final Letterman show.

    • Jacquie
      Posted at 09:50h, 21 May Reply

      From your lips to God’s ears Bill Sheddy!

  • Sandy Vicente
    Posted at 03:52h, 21 May Reply

    I have been telling myself I don’t have what it takes to make my business a huge success. I will now tell myself that I am a fabulous , happy , successful business owner and I rock !
    Thanks for the inspiration.

  • Jacquie
    Posted at 09:50h, 21 May Reply

    Woo Hoo Sandy!!! Yes you are a powerful businesswoman!

  • Kimberly
    Posted at 21:23h, 27 May Reply

    I’d have to say the one thing I’d chance is being athletic – never been much for any exercise or being outdoors. Time to change that.

  • Jacquie
    Posted at 10:00h, 28 May Reply

    Good luck Kimberly! Nature offers us peace and clarity so I hope you get outside more and just start slow – build up at your own pace. Remember 10 minutes of exercise is better than zero!

  • Dr. Dorine
    Posted at 17:48h, 28 May Reply

    Jacquie–great coaching and fun to watch, as usual. I pay so much attention to the language my clients use, but it’s great to be reminded to pay attention to my own! Also I think I figured out where we met originally–Salt Lake City at a David Neagle event a couple years ago. Looking forward to the next time our paths cross.

    • Jacquie
      Posted at 21:05h, 05 June Reply

      Thanks so much Dorine…I’ve never been to a David Neagle event so the mystery lives on!! And I look forward to seeing you again too!

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