Episode 54: Program Your Mind For Your Best Fibro Life with Courtnajé

Program Your Mind For Your Best Fibro Life

With Special Guest: Courtnajé

Make no mistake, fibromyalgia is a physical condition causing widespread body pain, unrelenting fatigue, brain fog, and poor sleep. There really are things going wrong in your body that need to be corrected.

At the same time, how we think about our bodies, our fibromyalgia, and how we approach life all affect our health and the quality of the life we live.

In this episode, Tami talks with mindset coach, Courtnajé, about practical ways you can cultivate a mindset that supports you living your best fibro life. Courtnajé also shares from her personal health journey, including how her mindset practice has helped her navigate life with chronic health conditions, including a scary new diagnosis.

Key Points

  • Every single day is another chance to have another chance. 
  • You don’t owe anyone a huge explanation. It’s okay to just say no and go take care of yourself.
  • Educating the people around us can be super helpful.
  • What we focus on grows  focus on what you want more of!
  • It’s not reprogramming your mind, it’s actually programming it for the first time.
  • If you change your mind, you will change your life.

About Courtnajé Davis

Courtnajé is a former corporate sales executive that left behind her career to start her own business coaching sales tactics and coaching through mindset practices and goal-oriented training. She believes that there is no goal that can not be accomplished.

Courtnajé was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2020 after more than a year of testing and doctors visits. She will always give her mindset practice credit for the adjustment and transition that came into play after being diagnosed with a chronic illness.

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