The Lies You ARE Telling Yourself EVERYDAY!

Posted Jul 11, 2022 at 10:25

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Do you consider yourself a liar? I bet you don’t. You think of yourself as an honest person who tells the truth and expects everyone else to do the same.

And when you find out someone has lied to you, you get offended and maybe even a little mad.

But what if I told you , you are a liar ? At least, you’re lying to yourself — probably even every day.

And it’s not even your fault. It has just become so normal because most of us are used to negative self-talk and toxic thought patterns that keep us stuck in spirals of lies.


Some of the most common lies we hear people tell themselves in the clinic are as follows 

I cant do X because of Y….

  • I would love to read more but I don't have time..
  • I would love to lose weight but it's not possible with my schedule…
  • I would love to take control of my health but i can't justify the expense 

If money is the main problem, you can start to change how you think about money, track your income and expenses so you can potentially save more, or find ways to increase your income.

These are just a couple  of many more potential solutions, and the truth is, most problems are solvable.

The main challenge is that whining and complaining are much more comfortable than taking responsibility and fighting for change.

I'm just too busy at the moment…

When planning the future, we often think we’ll have more time.

The truth is, when the future arrives, we’re still busy. And the main problem is, by procrastinating and delaying important tasks, we usually ruin our ability to focus. That’s because we keep thinking about what we need to do, even if we don’t actively do it.

Yeah, I’ve been there too. But over time, I’ve learned that nobody will do the work for me. If I want a specific result, I must make time for the required action.

The good news is, you don’t need to take control of your health , lose weight, eat healthily, exercise more, start a business, write, meditate, or do anything else that sounds cool.

But if you want to do any of that, you’ll need to do it regardless of your excuses.

I promise you’ll always find reasons for not doing hard things.

But I can also promise that those excuses will eventually lead to frustration and anger.

You might have a lot on your plate and be busy as hell. I get that. But if you want something, you need to make time for it. There’s no way around it, and excuses are the worst way to waste your time.

    Ready to make time for you and put the excuses to bed ?

     Start by booking in with Team Peak for a FREE discovery visit !