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Updated on 07/07/2024

What would you do if you knew you could achieve success just by learning how to change your mindset?

Your mindset is your set of beliefs, values and attitudes about yourself and the world around you. These beliefs shape how you experience the world: Is life happening to you or is it happening for you? Do you feel like your life is within your control or destined to be a certain way? Do you value personal growth or are you content to stay in your comfort zone?

You’ve probably heard about someone who gets stuck repeating the same patterns, or having an old-fashioned set of beliefs. Perhaps you have been told you’re a pessimist – or an optimist.

These are all different types of mindsets that form based on our past experiences. The good news is you have the power to change your mindset.

Changing or shifting your mindset takes some practice, but it’s certainly possible for anyone. In fact, the ability to change your mindset is a skill that’s shared among every highly successful person.

Life requires us to be agile. Part of that is being open to change – change in your environment and change in yourself. But it all starts with mindset.

Successful people don’t let negative emotions, experiences and events beyond their control affect their state of mind. The truth is, your beliefs create your world, and you are in control of your beliefs. You have the power to take charge of your emotions, your mindset and your life.

To be clear, “positive” thinking does not mean feeling happy all the time – it’s normal to feel a range of emotions. Positive thinking is about finding the meaning in life and spending less time “stuck” in the uncomfortable emotions.

Positive thinking is associated with greater happiness, decreased anxiety and improved physical health – all of which can help you achieve your goals. One study even found that a positive outlook leads to success. The theory is that positive people are more likely to form connections, which helps them build rapport, form better relationships, receive opportunities and be more open to taking them.

If you maintain a fixed mindset, that means your identity is fixed – it implies that you can’t improve or grow. You’re just stuck the way you are.

With a growth mindset, you believe that you’ll get better and your skills will grow when you put in work. You believe that you can develop new skills, improve your relationships and grow as a person. You look at challenges as opportunities, not obstacles.

Much of the frustration and disappointment in life can be avoided when you trade your expectations for appreciation. When you appreciate the abundance of what you have instead of always expecting more – from the universe, others and yourself – you’re able to be present in your life and enjoy it to the fullest.

To shift your mindset, try not to look at life as an all-or-nothing situation. Oftentimes changing your mindset occurs in small increments.

For instance, Tony teaches the two-millimeter rule. Applied to mindset, it says that all you need to change your mindset is the smallest, two-millimeter shift in the way you see the world. The same can be said for athletes developing a skill. One small shift in their timing or technique can lead to making the goal and winning the entire game.

Nearly everyone has limiting beliefs that prevent them from realizing their dreams. Those who challenge and overcome these beliefs go on to achieve their goals. Those who don’t continue to repeat negative patterns – and often don’t even realize it.

Learning how to change your mindset can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Sometimes, all it takes to change your mindset is a small, two-millimeter shift in how you see the world. And that shift starts with a decision about the meaning you give to your experiences. Remember, nothing in life has any meaning except the meaning we give it.

Think about your challenges. Do you see them as obstacles or opportunities to learn and grow? Are you focusing on what you have or what you don’t have?

What else can you do to change your mindset and add more joy in your life? Working with a professional coach is one of the most effective ways to change your mindset. By partnering up with a mentor who has already walked the path to success, and knows the best strategies to execute to reach it, you drastically increase the odds of being successful in life.

The truth is simple – you cannot go the distance with a fixed mindset. If you want to grow and achieve an extraordinary life, you have to shift your mindset, and embrace the growth and change.

Strategies like getting an online coach, being intentional with your vocabulary, shifting your perspective, facing your fears, and silencing your limiting beliefs can all transform your mindset into one that moves you forward. You’ll experience more success, more personal growth, and more fulfillment in life. While this mindset transformation might be challenging, it’s also achievable and within reach for everyone.


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Updated on 01/01/2023

Gratitude and Positive Self-Talk

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Meditation is a significant way to rid sad or anxious thoughts and unwanted feelings. You’re able to pay attention in the present moment and be made self-aware. There are many videos online you can use to guide you through the practice. Just 5 minutes of your day can make all the difference, become the best version of yourself.


We all know exercise is good for us, so why do we tend to steer away from it? A part of that is because a lot of us find going to the gym tedious, and it can especially be discouraging and daunting when you go alone or you’re unsure what to do. There so many other forms of exercise out there which could be the most beneficial for you. This year, we challenge you to find a form of exercise which you genuinely enjoy. There’s pilates, workout classes, dance workouts and many more! Exercising releases serotonin and that exactly what we aspire to achieve this winter.