Most people struggle with self-limiting beliefs and behaviours – many of which aren’t obvious to an outsider, until the person expresses or is made aware of them.
I’ve found that most of the time a person’s struggles are a result of underlying beliefs about themselves and the way the world should operate. These beliefs hold them back from living the life they ideally want to live. However, once the individual is shown the beliefs they have been holding onto, this can act as a powerful release. The person rapidly gains a clearer perspective so that they are then able to deal with other issues in their life.
Personal change requires self-examination. Most people are afraid of what they might find out about themselves and are therefore reluctant to self-enquire. However, when the individual takes steps to do this, they will find endless new possibilities opening up to them. As a consequence, they feel empowered and in control of their personal and business life!
After years of assisting people improve their personal and business performance, I totally believe that every person is capable of far more than they generally aim for.
If you want to make some life changers, try these:
- Don’t take anything personally. What others say and do is a projection of their own reality, their beliefs. When you are immune to the opinions and actions of others, you won’t be the victim of needless aggravation.
- Speak with integrity. Avoid putting yourself down or gossiping about others.
- Don’t make assumptions. Ask questions to be clear and express what you really want. Communicate with others clearly to avoid misunderstandings and drama.
- Always try your best under any circumstances. This will avoid self-judgment, abuse and regret.
Commit to these actions, make them a way of life and see what a difference it makes to the way you live daily!
It takes courage to want to change. You can have extraordinary results in life if you choose; or you can settle for the ordinary. Life is about choices. The key is choosing wisely by understanding what it is you truly want.
The first step to self-transformation must involve a shift in your default beliefs and habits. Until you action this, nothing else you do will lead to a permanent change in your life.