083 Mastering A Change Mindset – Elizabeth Benton

083 Elizabeth Benton
Play

It’s not a SKILL set, it’s MINDSET.   – Elizabeth Benton 

This is the first episode in our new series that we kicked off in episode 082. Elizabeth Benton, creator of Primal Potential is helping us master a mindset for lasting change. 

In This Episode

  • Mindset is never neutral. It’s either working for you or against you.
  • “I know what to do but I just can’t do it. What is my problem?”
  • So many people want change, sometimes even DESPERATELY, but they can’t/won’t do the work over the long term. What does Elizabeth suggest to break this pattern?
  • DO LESS, WIN FASTER.
  • What about people who are really struggling with past failures? How did Elizabeth stop beating herself up over the past?
  • FAILURE IS THE BEST TEACHER.
  • Download the Failure & Lessons Worksheet that I created for us 
  • “My life used to be ___ and now it is ___. I was doing great before, but now it’s all turned upside down and I don’t know what to do and have fallen so far … “
  • “RABBIT EARS” VS BLINDERS
Ella & Elizabeth

EB looking glam.

How to Participate in this Free Series:

Life Balance Wheel

  • Download/print your  Life Balance Wheel Worksheet
  • Fill it out for where you are TODAY (not where you want to be…yet)
  • Share with me where you are: what are you “high” in, where are you “low?”…what are your biggest struggles? You can answer this 3 question survey – it’s easier than email!

yesterday you said

Want More Info on Ascend?

Learn all about Ascend, Elizabeth’s transformational weekend workshop. You can still get tickets for Nov 3-5 in Nashville, TN! All the details are right here.

xoxo Ella

11
Share
Ella
Ella

4 Comments

  1. This was a great one. This “mindset” [no pun/windex] can pertain to any category in life. Love how these ladies give it to you straight, and just say it. One of my favorite thoughts of Ella’s was, “if I give 5 tips and you take ONE of them and see if it works for you, that, my friend, is a success.”. I was running when I listened to this and I ended up walking for one minute, and “punished myself and made myself run an extra two minutes longer”…which is ridiculous, I should celebrate for getting one foot in front of the other. So, I did NOT add two minutes to my work out, and took it as it was and felt great about it. Thank you!!!!

    Keep it up!!!

    XOXO

  2. Kacie

    I LOVE the direction you’re going this season. It’s so refreshing and helpful. THANKS for revamping things!