Change your beliefs; change your reality
The biggest problem that most leaders face is not in “reality” but in people’s minds. Beliefs are our personal view of reality that seem to us to be describing what’s really “out there.” Many of our beliefs are personal ones, dealing with life, people and ourselves: I’m not good enough. Life is difficult. Relationships don’t work. I’ll never get what I want. For people who hold these beliefs, these are accurate statements about reality that determine what’s possible and not possible for them.
Most people hold many versions of an It can’t be done belief” From http://www.lefkoe.com/
Really what we mean when we say we Can’t is – WE won’t.
Sally thought she was not capable of many things – little daily things – doing math homework – opening a jar – beaus her mother would do it for her.
She had to face – SEE that belief, know it is ONLY a belief, STAY aware that it has been limiting her AND practice out that conditioned belief
I believed I needed a sweet snack after dinner – all my family did that – saw that this was holding me back from better sleep and better health. Practiced out NOT snacking after dinner