Anchor Thoughts

On Today’s Monday Motivation, Corry discusses Anchor Thoughts with Latisha Leppert.

Latisha Leppert is a coach and creator.  What started for her as a personal growth and healing journey 18 years ago has turned into awareness and passion for how life can be when we are open to possibility, bravely choose, and are willing to do the inner work.

She’s passionate about helping women get out of their own way, navigating the messy middle places with confidence, and creating a “supported to thrive” journey so they have a fulfilling and authentic life experience.

She’s trained as a Co-Active Coach (Co-Active Training Institute) and a Playing Big Facilitator. (Tara Mohr).

Learn more about Latisha at

Watch their conversation on YouTube or listen on Apple Podcast and Spotify.

““Drag your thoughts away from your troubles… by the ears, by the heels, or any other way you can manage it.”

Mark Twain

Anchor Thoughts

Our thoughts are like anchors, keeping us in one place. If you want to change your current situation, change your thoughts. Take a look at your current situation and listen for the thoughts you are having around that circumstance. Chances are, your thoughts and beliefs support your situation. So, how do we change our thoughts and create improved results? It starts by considering what we are putting in. What music are you listening to? What are you watching? What conversations are you having? Who are you hanging around with? What books are you reading? The answers to those questions are the influencers currently affecting your thoughts.

Improving our thoughts is just like improving our health. If we were to exercise several hours a day but continue to put in more calories than we were exerting, we would not see improvement in our health. The same is true with our mindset. If we are filling our minds with negativity, it won’t matter how many affirmations or positive books we read. Because our thoughts are like anchors, it is crucial to understand that worry is a form of meditation that cements our circumstances. Do not engage in worry or fill your mind with things that will provoke worry.

Take a minute to consider:

1. What are the anchor thoughts keeping you in your current situation?

2. Create new anchor thoughts that support your desired circumstance.

3. Identify your current influencers – (Music, friends, TV, books)

4. Which influencers do you choose to remove and replace?

It is up to us to choose what we allow in our minds. What we see and hear affects our thoughts and attitude. If we want to have a positive mindset, we must be selective with what we allow in.

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