You are Not Your Issues
We mentioned in part 1…
The mental roadblocks that are holding you back from becoming the best version of yourself - are not some strange personality flaws
They’re actually subconscious programs running in the background.
- You’re not naturally afraid of success - you’ve learned to be afraid of success.
- You’re not bad at selling your products or yourself - it’s just the idea of selling triggers a defense mechanism that your subconscious has created to protect you from harm
- You’re not lazy nor are you a procrastinator - there is something in your subconscious that’s putting up a resistance against taking action.
This is why it’s so common for people who know what they need to do yet they consistently find themselves unable to get the job done.
How do I know this?
Because I have been there too?
Fortunately I have mentors and a coach too, these people are my key to getting to the next level.
Creating change in your life doesn’t happen overnight, it’s a journey
You MUST continually work on your own self-development and have a community of achievers around you all on the same mission… to achieve more from life.
What this means, it’s not the external activity, the circumstance that’s the problem.
It’s what the idea of that activity triggers inside of you…
Your thoughts, then the feelings you get from those thoughts giving you the actions you take, then the results.
- Procrastination rings true for many of us…
It’s not the task that keeps you procrastinating…It’s the risk of trying and failing that your subconscious wants to protect you from…
- Another one is leadership. It’s not that you’re not capable of being a great leader.
It’s the idea of being in leadership...triggers your imposter syndrome.
What this means is that no matter how many ideas you jump between, new strategies you learn, tactics you discover…
If you don’t deal with the internal programs… You’ll always keep getting the same results.
Your external circumstances are just the trigger and it’s only when you eliminate the subconscious programs that are at the root of the problem we can see a real shift in your performance.