A happy woman is a magnet to high quality men, great opportunities and her desires.
Oh, and did I mention those high quality men pursue her, want to spend time with and miss her when she’s not around?
Give up these TEN things today and you’ll be well on your way!
No. 1: Complaining
No one likes to be around a complainer. Even other complainers.
One of my coaches says, “If you can’t solve the problem, quit talking about it.”
To be happy, there are only two modes: 1) Acceptance or 2) Action.
Instead of complaining ask, “What can I be grateful for?”
No. 2: Limiting Beliefs
We’ve all heard that you get more of what you focus on. Think there are no great men for you out there? That’s exactly what you’ll experience.
Even if all the evidence in your life supports that thought, look for someone who has the opposite.
Many women think this doesn’t work because they lose focus and go back to the old thoughts—over and over again.
Instead, focus on how it is TRUE, even if it’s for someone else. Use that as evidence.
Start expecting a positive turn in your results.
No. 3: Blaming Others
Instead of blaming others for your situation, see how you contributed to it. You can only change what you own.
Funny how we claim to LOVE LOVE LOVE our best friends, but we talk to ourselves worse than an enemy.
It’s all about practice.
Constantly ask yourself, “Would I say this to my best friend?”
No. 5: Dwelling on the Past
One of the biggest robbers of your happiness is thinking constantly about what happened. What you could have, should have or would have done differently.
Rationally, you know you can’t change the past, but it’s easy for our minds to follow the same groove it’s been trained to follow.
“How can I tell if I’m living in the past?”
Here’s a quick gauge: Depressed? You’re living in the past. Anxious? You’re living in the future. At peace? You’re living in the present.
Example No. 1: You find yourself being depressed about a guy you liked not asking you for a second date.
Instead, turn the thought around. “Great! I’m free to meet the right man who values me as much as I do.”
Or, “Glad that happened! Can’t wait to see what amazing man I’ll meet next.”
Example No. 2: You find yourself feeling anxious about an upcoming date because you haven’t dated in a long time.
Instead, ask yourself, “How exciting! I haven’t had a date in a while, so this is going to be fun!”
No. 6: Resistance to Change
Would you want to be the same woman you were when you graduated from university? Would you want to still be working at the first job you ever had? Would you want to be with the first guy you ever dated?
For things to improve in your life (and they have), they must change.
No. 7: The Need to Impress Others
Trying to impress others is an endless and tiresome game. The more you do, the more you must do.
And guess what?
Self-respecting, high value people are too busy focused on their goals to be worried about what you’re doing.
The only woman you need to impress and outdo—is YOU!
No. 8: The Need to Always be Right
This one is quite simple… Would you rather be right, or happy?
No. 9: The Need for Other’s Approval
Self-worth is an inside job. That’s why it starts with ‘self.’
No. 10: Negative Friendships
You are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with (virtually and physically).
Start living these and see what fabulous things come your way!
With love and in service,
Rhonda “Happiness is Magnetic” Cort
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