Something every women can do is take ownership of her own internal self-inflicted biases. This means committing to becoming more self-aware of one’s own unconscious negative beliefs and assumptions that can undermine confidence, a sense of belonging and perception of value.
A number of years ago, I attended Science of Mind courses offered through the Centre for Positive Living. From time to time we completed an exercise of writing down a total of 100 goals divided into three separate columns under the headings, Be, Do and Have. We repeated this assignment approximately 6 times over the three years – to document our then-current 100 combined Be, Do, Have goals. When setting your Have and Do goals and resolutions this year, I suggest you include some Being states too. These elevated ways of being ultimately lead to greater abundance, health and happiness.