Inner Growth Thought of The Day 229 – When In Doubt Turn Within

Anytime doubt sets in there is a part of you that already knows the answer to that doubt and another part of you that has many more variables that tune out your initial heart-felt answer. Typically, that intuition will be spot on, and as time passes by you realize this fact.

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August 17

Inner Growth Thought of the Day: When In Doubt Turn Within

 

Tune in to the Inspiring Human Potential podcast on Anchor to hear more on the topic 😊

 

Anytime doubt sets in there is a part of you that already knows the answer to that doubt and another part of you that has many more variables that tune out your initial heart-felt answer.  Typically, that intuition will be spot on, and as time passes by you realize this fact.

 

Through inner growth you gain awareness and heighten your ear to hear your inner core’s voice.  You also, learn to understand those layers (the external variables) that are causing doubt and confusion, as well as add the notions to your peripheral view in an effort to keep them as additional information for a future similar situation of doubt.

 

Here are some ways to turn within when in doubt and pursue inner growth (both as a process and a journey).

 

  1. Every time you have doubt creep in, take five minutes to silence the noises outside of you and envision what your intuition is telling you. Make a list of different things you can do to follow your intuition.

 

  1. Think of what doubts you experienced in the past year that you found to be impactful and write about what made them so meaningful and how your inner core helped to guide you well.

 

  1. When you find yourself second-guessing your inner core, write out three reasons you don’t trust it and next to each write how you are going to work on that trust to gain it moving forward.

 

Your turn – Share your inner growth thought of the day, a sentence, life examples, or action steps you take with new beginnings 😊

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