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Who Do You Think You Are?

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 by Michael Tertes

Really, who do you think you are? I don’t mean, “You’re too big for your britches.” or “Don’t toot your own horn.” Just the opposite, because who you think you are is who you end up being. The problem is that most of us don’t think enough of ourselves.

Our beliefs about ourselves run so deep we often don’t even notice them or we’ve become so used to them we take them at face value. We think, I’m not smart enough, not good enough, just not enough period. I can’t. They won’t let me. I’m angry. I’m resentful. People don’t like me. People don’t listen to me. They won’t pay me what I want. What I have to offer isn’t worth that much. I’m not supported. I’m not loved.

These thoughts are all true. I mean they end up being true. You get the results of those thoughts. If you believe them, then they are true in your world, in your life and in your daily experience. And limiting beliefs you have about yourself limit your business success as well. Especially when you ARE your business.

What if you started to believe something different? What if you started to believe that you were truly magnificent, powerful and valuable, worthy of success, love and admiration? What if you believed that you have a purpose to fulfill that no one else can or will fulfill? What if you believed that you have everything you need to create everything you truly want in your life?

Do you get uncomfortable with any of those thoughts? If so, that’s where you are limited. Hey, I’m not saying it’s easy to just change our beliefs about ourselves. But it is simple. It starts with noticing, with awareness.

If you were honest with yourself, who do you think you are?

Today, while you’re doing your thing, take out a piece of paper or open a new word document and capture thoughts, as they come, about yourself. Notice any negative or judgmental thoughts. Ask yourself, what if this thought wasn’t true? What’s the real truth about me? What else is possible? What if I acted on a different belief about myself?

If it helps, I think that you are truly magnificent! You are unlike anyone who ever existed. I believe that what you have to give is critical and that you have everything you need, that you are whole, powerful and full of possibility.

What is most important is what you believe!

Michael Tertes is a coach, speaker, teacher, mentor & founder of TheMillionDollarMe.com ~ Live your uniqueness and make millions! He works with entrepreneurs who know that they could be making more money and having a bigger impact. When you work with him you unleash your brilliance and turn it into profit by offering the best version of yourself to the world.

Love & Blessings,

Brenda MacIntyre, Medicine Song Woman

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1 Comment

  1. Anne Brannen

    I love this — a powerful set of questions. Worth spending some time on every day — it’s so easy to fall back!

    Though I notice that the further I grow into the larger version of myself, the less I fall back.

    Mostly.

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About Brenda MacIntyre

About Brenda MacIntyre

Known by her indigenous name Medicine Song Woman, Brenda MacIntyre has shared her evocative melodic voice and fusion of reggae, rap and indigenous hand drum healing music with appreciative audiences of 30 to 3,000 across North America. The Toronto-based Juno Award-winning singer has been featured nationally on MuchMusic, CTV, CP24, APTN and most recently, Global and the front page of the Toronto Star.

Powered by her grief from losing her son to murder in 2016, Brenda MacIntyre pours her soulful voice over a confluence of indigenous hand drum healing, soft rap and conscious roots reggae in her album “Picking Up the Pieces,” released in September 2019.

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