Bring on the can … relax with #TheZenZing

Welcome back to #TheZenZing, where I help you put the

zing back into your life.

This time I’m going to tell you how ‘you can’ motivate yourself (and those around you).

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I recently blogged about being mighty and how you should let the word ‘can’t’ wash over you.
Self-doubt can be an uphill struggle and can be ingrained into your subconscious from an early age, preventing you from at least trying to achieve your goals.
I once heard Richard McCann speak about how ‘you can’ (or rather ‘iCan’) and he was beyond inspiring.
Now think on this:
How much more difficult is it to get out of bed and approach a task with a ‘can’t do’ attitude?
It’s so much easier to be focussed and approach a task with a ‘can-do’ attitude…
Try it for yourself.
The next time you have something to do which you perhaps don’t want to do, are dreading, or that someone else has sewn the seed of doubt by saying you ‘can’t’ do.. defy the ‘can’t’ and bring on the ‘can’!
Boost your zing and encourage your zen.
Because ‘you can’!
It’s all about #TheZenZing 🙂
How have you overcome a ‘can’t do’ attitude?  And how do you maintain a ‘can do’ attitude?  What have you achieved with this attitude?  I’d love to hear from you.  Please comment (below) or tweet me @AllSortsHere and use the #TheZenZing hashtag.
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8 comments to “Bring on the can … relax with #TheZenZing”
  1. Positive attitude is is everything. Not always easy to maintain a ‘can do’ attitude, yet I try telling myself I have little to complain about in the big scheme of things, and complaining only drags me down. Then again, some days I wake up ready and go for it, others require more push. Great post, Carol. A lot to think about. All good.

  2. I think a positive mindset can make such a difference! I’ve found in the past if I’m dreading something it ends up not being nearly as bad as I thought – maybe even being a positive experience – and then I’ve wondered why I wasted all that energy dreading it. Now I try not to let that kind of worry take hold, even if it means not thinking about it much at all until I’m where ever it is. I went to my first blogging conference last Nov. Previously I would have been so nervous in the run up but I just didn’t really think much about it until I was walking in there at which point I realised I wasn’t really nervous (because I’d not psyched myself up) and gave myself a pat on the back for that. It was a fab day! Thanks for a lovely positive post.xx

    • Food for thought there Maddy because I only commented on a blog the other day that I’m not sure about going to a blogging conference (although I need and to be fair, I kind of want to! Chicken and egg springs to mind!). Anyhow, I was commenting about the conference and you’ve just given me the push I need to sort myself out to go to one (without psyching myself up beforehand)! Thanks Maddy 🙂

  3. Very inspiring Carol, I completely agree too. It’s so much better to attack those pesky household chores with the ‘can do’ attitude. They go by so much quicker that way!
    Thanks for linking to #PoCoLo xxx

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