May 24, 2022
Comparison can be the number one thing that sabotages your confidence, but there are ways to actually make it the most impactful catalyst for your growth. By switching your focus to the people you want to serve instead of those that are further along in their journey, it helps reframe the comparative thoughts in a meaningful way. Noticing and admiring someone else's light is actually a reflection of your own potential. We can use comparison to empower ourselves and the people that we look up to. These new thoughts will eventually become beliefs if we practice transforming them in the moment and truly embodying them. Listen in to learn more about the fourth principle in the Confidence Code series!
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EPISODE TIMELINE & DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
( 0:51 ) Welcome back to another episode of Powerhouse Women!
( 3:27 ) Lindsey introduces the topic of today’s episode, which is all about reframing comparison.
( 7:11 ) Lindsey says, “When I say that I have struggled with comparing myself to other people, I mean it. And so I am here to tell you that you can absolutely reframe this, you can have a different relationship with comparison, because I don't think it's always a bad thing. It's how we interpret it.”
( 8:08 ) Lindsey talks about the role that social media plays in how we compare ourselves to others.
( 10:15 ) Lindsey says, “A lot of times I'll compare my chapter 10 to someone else's chapter 50.”
( 14:01 ) Lindsey says the first way to reframe comparative thoughts is to evaluate who you’re focusing on.
( 16:30 ) Lindsey says, “Am I here to impress people? Or am I here to make an impact?”
( 16:55 ) Lindsey breaks down how to consciously reframe a comparative thought.
( 20:26 ) Lindsey explains why comparison isn’t always a bad thing.
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