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Natalie Bacon | The Modern Girl's Su.. by Natalie Bacon, Blog – Natalie Bacon - 3h ago

Your to-do list is no longer the most important list you should be making to plan your week.

You heard me right.

Your “Being List” takes its place and it’s going to help you in any area of your life that you want results in and reach all of your goals in a shorter period of time.

When we set goals, we normally have a plan as to how we’re going to go about achieving them.

We plan on our calendars and list out actionable steps.

This works only if you are becoming the person who has the results we want before taking action.

When we focus too much on taking actions before we focus on having the right thoughts and feelings, we run into problems.

Taking action from who you are right now isn’t going to help you achieve your goals, in fact, it will keep you from achieving them.

What you think is so important because it determines how you feel which determines how you act, which will determine your results.

ENTER: the “Being List.”

A “Being List” is your list of thoughts and feelings you need to have in order to be the person you want to achieve the goal you’re working on.

This list helps you figure out exactly what you need to be thinking and feeling and the results are incredible.

In this episode, I show you how to create your own “Being List” to help you become the person you want to be and have the results you want.

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I want to introduce a new concept that’s a life changer (and by life changer, I mean it’s literally changed my life). 

It involves creating a list. 

But not a to-do list.

Instead, it’s a “Being List.”

So, here’s how it works…

What We Normally Do To Set Goals

Before I show you how to create a Being List, I want to rewind and explain why this even matters.

We normally set goals by choosing something we want and then we create a list of things we need to do in order to get this goal done.

We put it on the calendar, set mini goals and take action trying to get the results.

In fact, I teach this exact method of goal setting, which you can read about here: 

Setting goals is all fine and dandy (and let’s be honest most people don’t do it), but that alone really isn’t enough.

The Problem: Focusing Too Much On Actions

The problem with setting goals alone (without more) is that you can end up taking too much action without shifting your thinking. 

Let me explain…

When I’m coaching people, there’s no shortage of people having big dreams.

The problem is that they start to understand that they need to think about “being the person ahead of time” and creating their “future from their future” but then take action from who they are right now.

For example, a student will say “I want to make six figures from my business” and she’ll really mean it.

She’ll visualize and think about what it would be like to make six figures.

From here, she’ll focus too much on actions.

After visualizing, the student goes right back to playing small and trying to make time for her business. Her worries stem from trying to figure out what to do from where she is right now.

As a coach, it’s easy for me to see the problem.

Her desire for the result is clear but she doesn’t practice having thoughts and feelings that the person making six figures would have.

The person making six figures from her business isn’t “trying to find time to work on her business.” She’s IN LOVE with her business. She’s thinking about email marketing, overdelivering in value, and how to do better webinars.

This disconnect between desire and the end result that’s wanted is why results will either take longer or be nonexistent.

When you operate from the place of having whatever it is you want before it’s even there, the result will come.

If you don’t have new results within a couple weeks, you’re doing something wrong. DON’T keep doing the same thing and expect different results.

Actions are what create results so it feels really good to take action.

You know what feels even better than taking action? Getting the results you want.

Taking action from the person who you’ve always been, to get the results you have now, will NOT create new and different results.

The mental state that you have to be in to get those results is what you need to be thinking about.

The student wanting to make six figures in her business needs to practice the thoughts and feelings that a person would have who is already making six figures.

If you’re not clear on what thoughts and feelings you need to have, then seek out the people who are doing what you want to be doing.

There are enough people on the internet talking about the results that you want that you can see their mindset and how they’re thinking.

Don’t be a product of your environment, make your environment a product of you.

When I was talking with my life coach about something that wasn’t working, I asked him what he thought I should do next.

He said “I don’t know what you should do, but try something different. See what works.”

This is hilarious and important.

You can’t keep doing the same thing, just to keep working on your to-do list and expect new results.

When you look for the answer outside of yourself, say from another person, you’re not in the right mindset.

We’re not trained to look for the answer within ourselves, we’re taught to ask questions.

No one is truly certain on what to do next, but it always works when you try something new.

Try something new and create your “Being List.”

The Solution: Your “Being List”

A “Being List” is your list of thoughts and feelings you need in order to be the person you want to be and achieve the goal you’re working on.

The thoughts you think as the person who has the result you want are totally different than the thoughts you have now.

So, the goal is for you to create a Being List, where you write down your thoughts and feelings that you’d have as the person who has this result.

If you do this, you’ll realize how much more seriously you’ll take the area you’re trying to get results in. 

I write down my thoughts every week that I want to focus on believing as if I had the results in my life that I want to create.

This happens BEFORE I make my to-do list.

Why? Because from a clean place where I’m thinking as if I’m the person who has those results, I feel and act very differently. 

If I stayed thinking the same thoughts that got me to six figures, it doesn’t matter how much action I take, I won’t create seven figures. But if I’m believing I’m a seven figures business owner, then I’ll take completely different actions.

Being List Examples

Here are examples for business, health, and career…

1. Desired Result: Seven Figure Revenue In One Year


    • Making $83.3k/month is easy.
    • My business makes $1M in revenue per year.
    • I love sales and marketing.
    • I’m committed to scaling to $2M.


    • Steady
    • Professional
    • Confident
    • Committed

Resources for building a business:

2. Desired Result: Lose 10lbs 


    • Food is fuel for my body.
    • Food is a non-issue.
    • I allow my cravings without answering them.
    • I don’t eat dairy, flour, sugar, and limit alcohol and caffeine.


    • Strong
    • Committed
    • Healthy
3. Desired Result: Change Careers To Something Better


    • I am a person of excellence.
    • I always overdeliver in value.
    • I’m creating opportunity and looking for ways to create my dream job.


    • Productive
    • Confident
    • Excited

Resources for switching careers:

These examples are just that – examples.

Your Being List will be different.

The key is to remember that what you believe always creates the results in your life.

That being said, there is a BIG difference between wanting something and wanting to want it.

Wanting It Vs. Wanting To Want It

When you want to want something, you have the desire, but you’re not thinking and feeling like you already have it.

If you stay in your current mindset, but still want something and actively try to get it from this place, you likely want to want it.

“If something you want is slow to come to you, it can be for only one reason: You are spending more time focused upon its absence than you are about its presence.” – Abraham Hicks

When you want something, you’ll be the person ahead of time. You’ll think and feel as if you already have the result. Then you’ll take action from that place and create the result.

When I committed to making six figures, all of my actions came from that place.

I wasn’t focused on the absence of the money, I was focused on it being there.

Now it’s your turn. It’s time to create your own “Being List.”

How To Create Your “Being List”

To begin creating your list, you need to ask yourself what your thoughts and feelings would be for the result you want.

When you have your answers, make your “Being List” for the week. These will be the thoughts and feelings you focus on all week long.

Practice these thoughts and rewire your brain to form new neural pathways so you can actually believe them.

Do this every week, before you write out your to-do list.

By doing this every week, you will grow a lot and a lot will change.

As you grow into her, you’ll realize how much differently you think and feel as her.

Throughout the week, notice how much more seriously you’re taking your goal. You’ll likely be taking it more seriously.

When you take action all day from the thoughts of the person who has the result you want, your “to-do” list will be 1000% different.

Be prepared for this process to be uncomfortable for you.

By taking on the identity of the person you’re trying to become, it means giving up the identify of the person that you are right now.

This will be uncomfortable because you’ll be feeling feelings that you’ve never felt before and that you’re not quite comfortable with yet, such as being determined and having courage.

This is especially true if you’re someone who loves being in flow and taking it easy.

The person you need to become to be a six figure businesswoman is likely not going to be taking it easy.

You need to be prepared for this.

You may find that you enjoy wanting to want it much more than wanting it.

It’s okay if this happens because all you need to do is make an adjustment.

When I am acting as the person who makes seven figures in her business, I allow myself to feel negative emotion, because I expect it.

I’m a positive person and this is a choice, but I also know where my business is going and I know that there are going to be uncomfortable moments on the way to my results.

A few don’ts when you begin implementing the Being List into your weekly routine…

  • Don’t write a list about what you’ll do with the money. There will be no shortage of things you can do.
  • Don’t wait for the money to appear out of thin air. Money is exchanged through selling something, so what are you doing to bring that money in?
  • Don’t indulge in confusion or I don’t know. Stop yourself, start over and begin with a “Being List” and the action will flow so much more freely.
  • Don’t create a plan B. People would tell me what my plan B was if my business didn’t work out. Never once did a plan B cross my mind.

By creating your “Being List,” you’re already on your way to creating the change that you’ve been waiting for.

(Side note: this is the real work I teach in my course, Personal Development For Her.)

A Final Note!

To create change, you need to make change.

I think this is great news because it means that you have the opportunity and control to create the exact life you want.

I think the best work you can do is to create a Being List. When you do, you’ll create the energy needed to take the right actions.

The process will be uncomfortable, but it will be 1000% worth it in the end.

I’m amazed at the changes I’ve seen in my life and business from using this tool and it all happened because I became the person I wanted to be and then took action from her.

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When you do things you’ve never done before, you’re going to be uncomfortable.

You don’t need to shy away from this feeling or make it mean something has gone wrong.

In fact, it means something has gone very right.

When you go after a goal, like designing your dream life, it means you’re creating something new and different.

Naturally, you’re going to be scared because your brain is wired for survival and doesn’t like when you do new and different things. It wants you to repeat more of the same from the past because it knows you’ll stay alive this way.

Know this about yourself. Plan for failure, rejection, and discomfort. A lot of it. 

If it feels good, you’re doing it wrong. 

When you get really good at experiencing negative emotion, without being afraid of it, you’ll be able to plan for “deliberate discomfort” and welcome growth with open arms.

Using this new concept of deliberate discomfort is the secret to achieving your biggest goals. 

In this episode, I show you how to use deliberate discomfort to your advantage.

Here are more of my favorite resources for this episode:

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No matter what has happened in your past, you have the ability to change your life for the better.

Super fun.

So, if you’re wondering how to change your life, I get it.

I’ve been there, and sometimes it’s hard to even know where to start.

I’m always looking to learn more by reading books and listening to podcasts.

So, I’ve come up with a list of 21 easy things you can do to change your life. 

Here they are…

1. Create meaning in your life

When you wake up in the morning, it’s easy to get out of bed when you believe your life has meaning.

I will tell you right now that your life has meaning, but it’s up to you to define what that meaning is.

If you’re in a place where you’re unsure what that meaning is, create it to be whatever you want.

You’re the only person who can decide what you care about, what you think, and how you feel.

A clear sense of purpose will help you make actionable steps in your life and help you be brave enough to overcome the obstacles that stand in your way.

Whether it’s earning more money, surrounding yourself with loving people or simply working towards being your best, you must create meaning in all the different areas of your life.

Resources 2. Design your future from your future (not your past)

If your past isn’t something you want to recreate, you need to design your future from your future.

Your brain wants to keep you safe.

Your brain knows that by repeating what you’ve already done, you will easily stay alive.

It’s time to break that pattern.

In order for you to do that, you need to get clear on what you want your future to look like and create a life based off that picture.

What does this version of yourself think about? What do they do daily?

Practice being this person, and eventually you will become them.

The future that you design from this moment will eventually be your present and you will have successfully stopped your past from repeating itself.

Resources 3. Rewrite your past so it happened exactly how it was supposed to

The events of the past are over.

What exists now are thoughts you have in your mind about those events.

Your thoughts about your past are what create the feeling you have about it.

Everything happened in the past EXACTLY how it was supposed to happen.

It’s up to you to rewrite it from the abundance mentality versus the victim mentality in order for your past to serve you in a positive way.

If you’re operating from the victim mentality, then you will think life is happening TO you. Your past will be the reason why you think you can’t achieve your dream future.

This is the story that you need to sit down with and edit. Trash it completely if you have to.

Rewrite the story of your childhood or your past from the abundance mentality, where it happened exactly the way it should have and it happened FOR you.

Resources 4. Get outside your comfort zone

Personal development means growing as a person.

To grow means to have new experiences, which often require you to get out of your comfort zone.

The more you get used to this, the easier it becomes.

Your comfort zone is designed to keep you safe.

The reason it’s called a comfort zone is because you are comfortable.

It can be hard to get outside this zone because your brain thinks that by doing so, you are no longer safe.

It doesn’t know the outcome of taking a risk, which makes it difficult to take them.

You will never know if you can do something until you try and it’s so important to push yourself to do more, if you want more.

If you’re living at home, but want to travel or buy your own place, the longer you stay in that home environment, the longer you lose out on the experiences you could be having.

When you do things that are outside your comfort zone, you learn new things.

Your brain expands because it has been shown that you did something differently and you didn’t die.

Expand your brain as much as possible by doing something that scares you.

Learn a new language, apply for that job you want, tell the person you love that you love them and no matter the outcome, be grateful that you did.

You will be infinitely better off for the things that you did despite how much they scared you instead of the alternative.

Resources 5. Eliminate flour and sugar from your diet

When you eliminate flour and sugar from your diet, you will experience greater mind clarity, better sleep, and a higher functioning body.

If you are a sweets person, and these two things bring you joy, consider how else you can satisfy your sweet tooth.

Flour and sugar were never meant to be digested by the human body.

What Mother Nature supplies is what will make you feel your best and be the best for you.

Take a moment to consider what it is that you love about these two ingredients.

Most of the time, you love them because they make you feel happy when you’re eating them.

Replace them with healthier alternatives that still make you happy and reap the benefits from this change for the rest of your life.

Resources 6. Practice self-love

Fall in love with yourself, every last bit of you.

The more you change your thoughts to reflect how you want other people to feel about you, the better you will feel.

Look in the mirror and talk lovingly to yourself.

Thank your legs for getting you from point A to point B, your brain for solving life’s constant questions and your heart for all the times you’ve survived heartbreak, big and small.

Take care of your insides by eating a well balanced diet and drinking the daily recommended amount of water.

If you’re stressed, give your body rest.

Self-love comes in all different forms and it’s up to you to figure out what it means to you.

The more you practice self-love, the better you become at it.

The way you treat yourself sets the tone for how others treat you.

Additionally, put yourself first so that you can give your best self to those around you.

Have your own back and take care with your thoughts by practicing self-love on a daily basis.

Resources 7. Stop caring what other people think

What other people think of us is none of our business.

The truth is, you can’t control other people’s opinions of you.

If you put someone else’s opinion ahead of your own, you’ll be out of your own integrity.

You won’t be yourself and you will feel awful as a result.

The most important question to answer is what do you think about you?

If you have an amazing opinion of yourself and someone disagrees with you and doesn’t like you… they’re automatically wrong because they don’t agree with something you know to be true.

When you love yourself the most, you aren’t being selfish. You’re showing up whole, so you can love other people.

Part of loving someone is letting them be them.

People are going to judge you anyways, so you might as well be judged for being someone that you love!

Resources 8. End things intentionally (relationships, jobs, etc.)

Simplify your life by only keeping the things that are essential to you.

There will be seasons in your life where some things no longer fit, such as relationships or jobs, and when you leave them with intention, it feels much better than leaving them because you feel you have to.

To build the life you want, you have to trim the nonessentials so that you’re surrounded by things that light you up and serve a purpose in your life.

You have to leave room to focus on them.

Intentional living means valuing life so much that you decide how you want to live ahead of time.

Resources 9. Get good at committing

When you get good at committing, your self confidence soars.

Not only are you able to count on yourself to do the things you say you are going to do, but you become dependable to the people around you.

You no longer have to stress about your to-do list because you know that what you’ve set your mind to will get done.

The bucket list you’ve set out to accomplish will happen when it’s supposed to.

Anxiety that stems from procrastination and the inability to commit is no longer something you have to suffer from.

The more you commit, the better acquainted you become with what it is you want to commit to, which in turn makes you better at commitment.

Resources 10. Figure out money

If you love having money in the bank, but are afraid to deal with it, then it’s important for you to figure out money.

Money doesn’t have to be something you dread and it will serve you to get out of scarcity mindset sooner rather than later.

How you feel about your money is your relationship with it.

If you want new and different results with money, you have to change your thoughts and feelings about the money you have.

So, decide to change your relationship with having money starting now by deciding to change your thoughts about it.

When you open your bank account, how do you feel?

Identify this feeling and pinpoint what thought is making you feel this way.

Figure out what it is you want to feel and think about money.

If you want to love the money in your bank account, then you want to focus on a feeling of love.

You might come up with the following sentence that you believe generates the feeling of love for you: “I am so grateful for the money I have right now.”

Start rehearsing this new thought until it becomes a belief.

Start experiencing the feeling you want to feel when you log into your bank account.

Once you figure out money, your relationship with it becomes easy. It no longer has to be something you stress about, which will result in you bringing in more money and more importantly, holding on to it.

Resources 11. Practice generosity

The more you give, the more you get back and what you put out into the world is your legacy.

Be remembered for being generous, even when it’s hard.

There will always be people who are less fortunate than you, therefore there’s always a reason to be grateful and there are always places to practice generosity.

Be generous with your love as we only have this one life to live.

Be generous with your money as there will always be more available to you.

Be generous with your time as you will have more quality experiences when you spend your time doing good.

It takes trust to be generous because people may not receive it in a way you think they should.

Let go of the expectation of how you think it should go, and be generous because it feels good.

The good news is, there are so many ways to be generous, which in turn means there are so many ways to feel good.

Instilling generosity as a way of life can impact the world in a huge way. And as a side effect, you’ll be happier, too.

Resources 12. Learn how to experience negative emotion

Bad things happen all the time. They always have and always will.

With every negative emotion you feel, there is a chance for growth.

Once you learn how to best handle experiencing a negative emotion, then it becomes easier for you to navigate your way through them.

Try to embrace having negative emotions instead of trying to suppress them.

What’s so bad about negative emotion? It’s not going to physically kill you.

When you understand this, you’ll be more available to feel.

When a friend is sad, you let them be sad and give them a shoulder to lean on.

Do this same thing for yourself.

You are allowed to experience negative emotions.

Fear, sadness, anxiousness, disappointment; these are all inevitable emotions that your daily life will bring because that is just the way the world works.

Emotions are just vibrations in your body.

Notice how the emotion feels, where it is, and practice watching the feeling instead of reacting, resisting, or avoiding it.

A positive way to deal with experiencing a negative emotion is to reframe your thinking by asking yourself supportive questions that lead to answers you want.

Ask yourself “how can this make me stronger, smarter, or better off in the future?”

When something goes wrong for me, I’m able to think about what kind of story it will make. When I went through a break up or when I didn’t pass the CFP for the first time, I knew that those moments would be great stories in my future.

By reframing your thinking when it comes to negative emotion, it can be come a helpful tool for growth and you’ll no longer be fearful of experiencing these kinds of emotion.

Resources 13. Never stop learning

There will always be something to learn.

With the endless amounts of information out there, you have the opportunity to recreate yourself on a whim.

There are books, podcasts, classrooms, and cultures waiting for you to devour them and they’re yours should you choose to take advantage of them.

When we learn new things, we become more adaptable. When we become more adaptable, by default, we become more confident.

Your creativity, compassion, and curiosity are expanded and being a student of life becomes a part of who you are.

Even when you’ve been in your career for 10+ years, there are things that you may not know yet.

The world is ever-changing, meaning that in order to keep up, we must always be learning.

Resources 14. Get really good at decision-making

By getting really good at decision-making, you will free up so much mental space.

Here’s the thing — whatever you decide is the right decision for you to make right now.

That goes for everything you decide on.

Take the agony of deliberating out of the equation and free yourself from doubt that you may make the wrong decision.

Tony Robbins said, “your destiny is shaped in your moments of decision.”

Being better at decision-making is a definitive way to shape your destiny in a positive way and change your life for the better.

Resources 15. Stop dabbling

More isn’t always more.

If you’re dabbling in a lot of things instead of mastering a few, you’re doing yourself a disservice.

With so many opportunities at your fingertips, you must choose what’s right for you in this moment and stick to it.

Do a few things really, really well instead of doing a lot of things just okay.

By doing this, six months from now you can be in a completely different place.

Commit to the things you decide to put your energy behind and when they no longer serve you on your path to your highest self, reevaluate.

Add things only when you take away others to stop dabbling and start mastering.

Resources 16. Move your body daily

Exercising gives you energy, helps relieve stress, and helps you get fit.

It doesn’t have to be painful.

Find ways to move your body that you love and you’ll be more inclined to do it.

A quick 30 minute walk is going to do wonders for you, especially if you’re someone with a sedentary job.

Take care of your body by moving it and keeping it in prime condition to help you live your life to your liking.

In the end, it will make you feel better and more confident.

When you exercise, you have the chance to give your mind a break from daily stressors and work.

Take the time to meditate on positive thinking while you’re moving your body and come out of your workout feeling refreshed and ready to take on the world.

You will be surprised what can come to you when you get silent and take the time to take care of yourself.

Resources 17. Use constraint to optimize your life

Take a moment to write down your wants in life.

When you look over them, how many of them are actual needs?

We have a tendency to always be wanting more, while never taking a moment to pause and reflect on all that we have within our current constraints.

It requires patience, creativity, and practice to use constraint and be content.

When you learn to live with constraint, happiness is no longer a destination, but something that you can just choose to be.

The fewer options, the more simplicity, freedom, and success you have.

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The truth about endings is that they are always going to happen.

Just like the seasons changing, you’re going to go through seasons of your life that end. The key is to accept that they happen (and are supposed to happen) and to not make them mean something has gone wrong.

When it comes time to leave something behind in your life, only you are going to know when that is. There is no right time to leave.

The more you say no to things that no longer serve you, the better off you will be. You will become more resilient when you don’t depend on things that can change. By allowing yourself to be happy when leaving something, you get to do what you want to do, when you want to do it.

The practice of leaving something when you’re happy becomes easier over time.

In this episode, I show you how to practice leaving when you’re happy. You’ll no longer be leaving jobs or relationships because they’re bad, but rather because they’ve served their purpose in your life and you’re ready for your next level.

Listen to this episode to hear how you can solve any problem you’re having.

Here are more of my favorite resources for this episode:

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Natalie Bacon | The Modern Girl's Su.. by Natalie Bacon, Blog – Natalie Bacon - 3w ago

You can change your past and it doesn’t require any magic.

All you have to do is rewrite the story that you’ve already written about your past.

If you have negative feelings about your childhood, an ex, or an old job, it’s time to ditch those limiting thoughts you have surrounding your past.

Here’s the thing — your past exists only as sentences in your head.

The events from your past are over.

The only thing that is relevant now are the feelings that you have about those past events.

You act on those feelings, therefore it’s important to change the story you’re telling yourself so that your actions can now reflect what you want your future to be.

You get to choose the story you tell and you are the writer of your life.

Adopt a future focused, abundance mentality and your life will change for the better.

To get the full scoop on how to change your past, listen to the podcast episode below.

Here are more personal development resources that will help you when something sucks:

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If you’ve heard me teach massive action, you know it means taking enough action to get the result you want.

It’s a commitment to overcome obstacles and failures in the name of success.

But massive action has one fatal flaw: if you take massive action without using massive thinking, you’ll never get the result you want. 

Massive thinking means thinking new and better thoughts that are aligned with creating the result you want.

At each thought plateau you reach, you’ll have to use massive thinking to move from where you are to the next level.

Then, massive action flows naturally.

In this episode, I show you how to move out of thought plateaus and use massive thinking to get the results you want most in your life.

Here are more resources that will help you with this episode:

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