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Mindset Shifts

Mindset shifts…

Because the mind naturally talks gibberish …

And needs consistent re-direction…

Oh the mind chatter is not unique to you…

But we got to hush it

I was taught this ….

It works…

I am passing it on …

Limiting thoughts …AKA life-blocking, potential-wrenching, growth-stunting, foot-shooting, life-wasting beliefs…

Write them down…

Then change them to empowering beliefs…

Because you are what you think …

You essentially live out what you think…

Let’s try it …

“ I can’t do it”
“ I can learn how to do it, I’ll ask for help if I need to ”

“ I made a costly mistake, I’m in irredeemable”
“I can learn from said mistakes, God can redeem me”

“I’m allergic to exercise”
“I will overcome said allergies one day at a time”

“They must be gifted that’s why only they can do great things ”
“I will celebrate my own gifts and that of others… I will learn from others how to leverage my own gifts”

“This is the way I am, I cannot change ”
” I can become, better each day with room for grace. I will also be patient with the process”

"I am a meat and potatoes guy"
"I can become a fruit and veggies with meat and potatoes guy"

“My past is an indicator of my future”
"My future will be better than my past"

“I am not loved, I’m not love-able”
"Jesus loves me- enough to die for me Booyah!"

What are your limiting thoughts? How can you change them?

Try writing them down.

Then flipping them in your favor.

Then say it till your mind agrees with it.

In health,

Dr. Olabintan


PS: Pic is of me and Mr Camelo. He tried to lick my face. Thank God for quick reflexes.

Dr. Tolulope Olabintan MD, AAHIVS, FAAFP, dipABLM Dr. Tolulope Olabintan is the Co-Founder and Medical Director of Livingspring Family Medical Center. She is a Christian, Family Physician, writer, mentor, mother and wife. She takes joy in empowering her patients and readers to live their fullest lives possible. She helps patients live long and well as she believes that the quality of life is just as important as the quantity of life. She is also a foodie and loves the colors teal and orange. Dr. Olabintan completed her medical degree at UMDNJ Rutgers Medical School in 2007. Dr. O went on to finish her Family Medicine Residency from Albert Einstein College of Medicine Family Medicine residency where she also served as a Chief Resident. She then went on to complete a women’s health/surgical obstetrics fellowship at St Francis hospital in 2011. She is a board-certified Family Physician, Lifestyle Medicine, a HIV specialist and a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians.

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