How To Create Success In Your Life With Thought Work

Hey, busy-awesome friends! What’s going on with you today?

I am so glad you’ve stopped by because I have a super exciting topic to explore with you.

But before we dive in, let me give you a little background regarding the inspiration for today’s episode.

A few weeks ago, my students completed 6 Weeks to Success, which is my productivity and goal-setting course.

At the end of the program, I offered an exit survey to each of the students in order to gather feedback.

I asked them what they liked, what they didn’t like, what they wanted more of, etc. (Basically, it is like the course evaluations I give my college students at the end of each semester.)

As I read this feedback last week, it became overwhelmingly clear that one of the biggest game-changers was the daily thought work my students did as they worked toward their 6-week goal.

How To Create Success In Your Life With Thought Work

Now, as a life coach, thought work is what I teach. 

So if you’re one of my clients or you’ve done coaching calls with me before, chances are, we’ve talked about the concept of thought-work before.

But for those of you who haven’t worked with me yet, the main premise around all of my coaching is that your thoughts create your feelings, which drive your actions, which create the results in your life. 

(p.s. Want some clarity on your goals and motivation? Then sign up for a free 1:1 coaching session with me here!)

As I was reading my students’ feedback, it dawned on me that I haven’t shared this important work with you amazing listeners yet.

And since this work is truly life-changing, I figured I’d better remedy that situation STAT.

So that’s exactly what we’re doing today.

We are diving into all things thought work.

Now one of the most beautiful things about this practice is that you can apply it to any area of your life.

Truly. Anywhere.

So if you’re struggling with reaching your goals, or you’re procrastinating, or you’re afraid, or you’re simply not seeing the results that you want in your life, this thought work can absolutely help you overcome those challenges.

What’s more, it will help you come out stronger on the other side.

Are you intrigued?


Then be sure to check out today’s podcast now!

Listen to the podcast here!


  • The basic tools of thought work.
  • How your thoughts ultimately create your results.
  • Strategies to start practicing thought work and up-leveling your life.


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What is a goal that you’re working toward right now? Have you ever done any thought work? Let me know below!

44 thoughts on “How To Create Success In Your Life With Thought Work”

  1. Such a fundamental tip that everyone needs to hear! I am a strong believer that our thoughts manifest our outcomes- therefore thoughts create feelings and then cause actions!! Love, love, love!

  2. Really amazing advice here! I love the intention that goes into thought work – so good for your overall mindset.

  3. Thought work, wow, you learn something every day. Thankfully for me is the things I truly need. I’m working on more organization and balance in my life.

  4. I had never heard of thought-work before this! And how smart to give your students an exit survey…I remember doing those as a high school teacher looking for good feedback!

  5. Your website and everything you talk about on here is so beneficial for success. I’m book marking and coming back. We are in similar niches🙂

  6. I think most things – some once, some often, some all of the time. Right now I’m trying to work on balance, since working on finding more hours in the day wasn’t working.

    1. Sounds like a great goal, Valerie. Taking time tp prioritize what’s most important is always SO helpful in getting your biggest goals accomplished 🙂

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