21-Day Change Your Mindset Challenge


Train your mind to thinking differently

Starts Monday July 22nd, 2019

The mind is everything.

What you think, you become.

Whatever is going on in your mind is what you are attracting.

There is nothing in the world that can trouble you as much as your own thoughts.

Sometimes the worst place you can be at is in your own head.

The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts.

We think around 60,000 thoughts a day. 95% are the same thoughts repeated every day. More interesting than repetition of thought is that on average 80% of these thoughts are negative. Our brain is naturally wired to focus on the negative.

“The brain is like Velcro for negative experiences, but Teflon for positive ones.”
– Rick Hanson, Ph.D.

The brain’s job is not to make you happy; it is to make you survive. Happiness is your job!

Neurons that fire together wire together. You can have negative thoughts looping and playing over and over or you can create new neural pathways by training your brain to work for you, not against you.

Your mind is a garden. Your thoughts are the seeds. You can grow flowers or you can grow weeds.

Tony Robbins, the master and guru of mastering your mindset says: “I train my mind every f*cking day” which may help you understand that training the brain takes continuous work.

An untrained brain will have a default mode to think negatively.

A trained brain will have a default mode to think positively.

What is your default mode?

Creating change in your life starts with being honest with yourself. Acknowledging and accepting where you are right now is the first step. Why? Because you can’t change what you don’t acknowledge. Awareness is the greatest agent for change.

Take a moment to think about what thoughts dominate your mind and see if you can see the connection in the type of thoughts you think, the person you are, and the life you are living.

The 21/90 Rule.

It takes 21 days to make or break a habit and 90 days to create a lifestyle.

Research has found that it takes approximately 21 days to form a new habit or break an old one. That’s 21 days of being consistent for new habits to start to become habitual.

How exciting is that? You are just 21 days away from thinking new thoughts and seeing the world in a different light. Twenty-one days away from feeling awakened and aware of how powerful your mind truly is.

Your life is a reflection of your thoughts. If you change your thinking, you change your life.

Create New Neural Pathways

This 21-Day Change Your Mindset Challenge is a straightforward and simple, yet powerful mindfulness ‘life assignment’ that will help create new neural pathways and increase your brain’s grey matter.

What does that mean?

A more aware, awakened, positive, peaceful, happier, and powerful you!

Time to Break the Cycle

The secret of creating change is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming thoughts into small manageable thoughts, and then starting on the first one and that’s exactly how I have structured this Challenge. It is not complex, difficult or overwhelming; it is simple tasks that hold the power to help you change your thoughts. Our mind tends to like to over-complicate things, so we are going to bring it back to the basics with simple input and repetition.

You’re not going to master the rest of your life in one day. Just relax. Master the day. Then just keep doing that every day.

What’s Involved?

You will receive a daily email every day for 21 days with a task to implement (easy to apply into your daily life) to help open your mind, shift your focus and perspective, increase your awareness and create new habits.

You will be invited to join a private Facebook group where there will be Live Q+A’s with me inside the community. There will also be Live training and workshops using NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) techniques, guided meditations, and mindfulness tools and techniques to increase your awareness and develop a growth mindset.

Is the 21-Day Mind Challenge Right for You?

This is for you if you are ready to:

  • Shift your thinking, perception, and see life through fresh eyes.
  • Think more positively.
  • Learn how to re-wire your brain for greater health, happiness and success.
  • Create new neural pathways.
  • Hit the restart button on your mindset.
  • Access the power of your mind.
  • Quieten negative thoughts.
  • Override previous conditioning and programming.
  • Make a commitment to yourself and stick to it.
  • Be willing to do what it takes to create change.
  • Be part of a community where you get to connect, learn and grow.

Bookings are now closed for the 21-Day Mindset Challenge.

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Some words from women who were part of the last Challenge:

“The value you have added to my life and the impact you had on helping me create change has been enormous! Doing this challenge has been the best investment I have ever made. You are someone who certainly over delivers – every day you were connected and engaged and helping others see things differently. It’s true, little steps each day lead to big changes…I cannot believe the synchronicities that have occurred in my life since the challenge.”


“This challenge began a journey of self-discovery for me.

I developed the knowledge and strategies to observe my thoughts, to acknowledge them and to take control of them. I learnt how to empower myself and those around me.

I have learnt to slow down, do one thing at a time, to switch off from technology of a night and to be grateful. I have learnt to be conscious of my fears and struggles and to empower myself to face them and move forward. I am learning to embrace being out of my comfort zone.

The challenge has introduced me to meditation which has had a powerful impact on my thoughts and in return, my daily life. I am slowly healing and growing.

The challenge has had a positive impact on my family. We’ve shared many special moments and conversations. I asked my 3 1/2 year old daughter what she was grateful for and her three responses were ‘breathing’, ‘exercising’ and ‘my dollhouse’. In this moment, my heart was full.

I am truly grateful for finding you, Belinda. You have given me an abundance of knowledge, skills and practices which I will continue to embrace on my journey to developing a positive and healthy mindset.”


“I was drawn to the challenge because I wanted to change my life for the better and become a healthier, happier person. I knew something in my life needed to change, but I wasn’t sure where to start on my own.

The challenge has helped me in slowly realising how I can be that happier, healthier person, plus it has opened me up to a whole new level of understanding about myself I had never experienced previously. In subtle ways every day, it showed me where I needed to direct my attention and what needed to change in my life for me to grow into the person I would like to be.

The challenge helped me to develop daily habits for wellness. Having the support of the Facebook group was incredible too, as there was always someone to talk to about your worries/struggles/mini (and big) victories.

I think what you are doing is amazing. You help people every day, and it is so, so beautiful. It was a joy to be a part of what you do.

Now I have tools and skills I can use every day to help me to be who I want to be.

Thank you again. I am so glad I came along for this journey with you and the other members of the challenge.”


“I am so grateful to have found you. The night I signed up for the 21 day Challenge I had come home from a date with my husband who said to me that I needed to find something that will make me happy again. I had been anxious and depressed and literally hated myself from past trauma for so long and it made him sad that I couldn’t see myself through his eyes. The day before, a friend sent me your Challenge, so I got home from the date and told my husband I needed you and your Challenge to help me learn to love myself. He has been amazingly supportive.

So I signed up for your Challenge, then your January 2020 Uki retreat, then I just soaked up all the information and knowledge all while I was writing in my journal and doing your affirmations and meditations.

My life has changed. My GP who I was visiting every two weeks told me I look better than she’s ever seen me so doesn’t want to see me for a month now. My trauma therapist said I have a twinkle in my eyes. My osteo told me my face just looked different and happier. I am happier, more positive and grateful for all my blessings rather than worrying about the problems. I’m more present too. I always loved mindfulness but now it’s like I’m always living mindfully without trying.

I’m so very grateful to you for this opportunity and I know my husband is grateful too. I look forward to meeting you in January and I look forward to how far I will have come from now until then. Forever grateful.”


“I want to pass on my heartfelt thank you to you!

I feel so fortunate to have been following you for a few years now and have always watched joyfully on the sidelines – silently nodding and smiling at each of your posts. All the while knowing in my heart that one day I would bite the bullet and either work with you or attend one of your amazing retreats.

Then up pops your 21 day change your mindset challenge …. it’s hard to put into words the affect this has had on me. This will just kick start my mindset again after many years of reading and learning, I thought. But this went way beyond that! I not only feel clarity, gratefulness and ease but I feel completely inspired. Inspired by everything around me and the incredible woman that hopped on this journey too.

I feel such a surge of empowering feelings and my direction and dreams are so clear. My business motto is Live your own KIND and I now truly feel that I am authentically doing so.

I thank you with all my heart Belinda. I am so grateful to have connected with you.”


“This challenge was incredibly helpful and a big awakener. It rattled me at times as it was pushing me to change. I think it was day 6 in and I had a complete emotional melt down. My head hurt, I felt like such a defect of a human, that I am not enough, as I have to work so hard to change myself each and every day, I got overwhelmed as  I was trying to do it all once. I wrote this in our support group and you were there for us all, and you gave me this advice, ” just do one task at time” it then got easier. I was happy and relieved when the daily challenge arrived in my inbox. The topics I struggled with was ego, breathing, mirror work,  sleep and meditation, I also realised that I complain too much!

What I take away from it all is my ego is (was!) my problem, I play the poor me card in my head and have to others. My ego tells me negative things about myself. I had a big aaahhaaa moment about needing to break up with my ego.

Your words:

“Peace begins with me”

“No mud no lotus’

“KISS…Keep it simple sweetheart”

is what rings in my head daily.

I love the elastic band, I wear it daily and flick it for ego, complaining, awareness, negative words, it really pulls me up. I have also cut my screen time down which has made a big difference.

I remind myself:

“I am me, I am enough”

Thank you Belinda, and thank you for all the extra time you have given me and the group. It’s been a blessing.”


“I am so grateful that I committed to this Challenge! Everyday gave me something to work with which contributed to the changes I wanted to make for myself!

The one that has been a constant is: Day 1 Awareness and Acceptance – it really has helped me change the way I was thinking. I have kept a journal during the Challenge and I will constantly return to this and keep learning and growing. I have your book ‘Living from the Inside Out’ that I read  years ago, however it’s going to take on a whole new meaning now that my mindset has started to change.

Thank you Belinda…I will continue to practice these  gifts you have given me!”


“Thank you so much Belinda…I am so glad I made the decision to take part in the 21 Day Challenge!

It’s given me a whole new perspective on many areas in my life and for that I’m grateful! From your own thought-provoking topics and comments to the contributions from many who were part of the Challenge it was a wonderful learning experience.

I would certainly do it again and am I’m also keen to attend one of your retreats. Love your work!”