A Whole New Mindset

Mindset. What the heck does that really mean?

And if yours isn’t “right” what can you do about it? A lot actually.

According to the Google Dictionary Mindset is:

The established set of attitudes held by someone

So what if your mindset is not serving you. Meaning your mindset is negative and you aren’t accomplishing the things you had set out to do or really want to achieve?

First, you need to embrace POSITIVITY. But seriously now, what the heck does that mean?

If we tune into Google again:

the state or character of being positive : a positivity that accepts the world as it is.

Well, you can’t just flip a switch and be positive, right? Wrong. YOU can. It’s possible. And really, what do you have to lose in trying?

According to the site: Powerofpositivity.com you do have the power and they can help you harness it.

As a daily positive thinker,  life’s distractions, negative people, and other external “brain drainers” can leave you faced with challenges to conquer. The good part is, you can learn to train your brain to help stay positive when times are tough.

Read the whole article here:


There are some other things you can do right away that may help and a lot of people don’t focus on when they are thinking of changing or improving their mindset:

  • Reach out to someone you know who has a super positive outlook on life and/or seems really happy with who they are and what they are doing. See if they are willing to be a “check-in” peep for you to help keep you on track. Don’t go it alone.
  • Pay attention to toxins in your daily food/drink. This makes such a difference in how you think and feel
  • Be patient with yourself. You are awesome. You might need to just be reminded of that a bit.
  • Talk to yourself. Literally….the car is a great place for this. Just a quick 3-5 minutes each day. Again, you are awesome.

Comment below and tell us here at Your Healthy Hustle if there is something specific you do to PUMP YOURSELF UP! We and the YHH Community want to hear from you!


About the author

Mandi Elmore

As a IIN Health Coach, Mandi works with her clients using a "four pronged" approach to health: diet, toxin removal/avoidance, exercise and lifestyle change through individual and group coaching, workshops, teleclasses and group cleanses. She is also a Lyme Disease and Chronic Illness Advocate.

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