Whether you succeed or not begins with what you believe to be true and sometimes what we believe to be true about ourselves just isn’t so.
You can look at it this way. Whatever you hold in your mind (whatever you think about constantly) will tend to happen in your life.
If you continue to believe and act as you always have, you will get precisely what you’ve always gotten.
If you don’t like where you are at in life, then it’s time for a change in your thinking.
It’s simple and it can be easy, if you believe you can do it. You can change your thinking for better results in your life.
Our thinking leads to our behavior and there are ways we can behave to make situations worse and there our ways we can behave to make things better.
Accurate & Actionable Thinking
All action starts with a thought and when your thoughts are a mixed bag of desire and fear you will create mediocre results at best. You will start that project but quit. You will start to lose a bit of weight and then binge. You won’t succeed at the new goal you have started.
It’s not like you aren’t trying, so it’s finally time to get to the root cause of your lack of progress. It starts with establishing what you know and what you don’t know about yourself. Discovering what is true about you.
It’s finally time to remove your self-doubt, those limiting beliefs about yourself that are ingrained in your subconscious. I am talking about unpacking the stale and old beliefs that are stored in your subconscious mind. These deep-rooted beliefs are what really drive us to behave the way we behave and are the beliefs that get in the way of our success.
97% of our thoughts are unconscious and autonomic – similar to how our heart beats and our eyes blink. Read more about shifting paradigms *changing your beliefs by Dr. Catherine Collautt
You simply can’t hold a positive intention in your head and mix it with self-doubt or fear.
Your desires and your belief must be the same.
Our thoughts and subconscious beliefs must be on the same page or we will self-sabotage our success.
I truly believe you can have anything you want in life,
when you give up the belief that you can’t have it.
Note: There is a difference between believing you can have something and thinking you deserve it. The key to success is starting with the belief and then working really, really hard at achieving what you want. It has nothing to do with thinking you deserve something.
The Way You Think When You Support Your Limiting Beliefs
When we are thinking from emotion (not a good idea), we must become aware of our cognitive distortions. Cognitive distortions are simply ways that our mind convinces us of something that isn’t really true. Here is a description of 15 of the most popular ways in which we use them to reinforce negative thinking or emotions.
The greatest weapon against self-doubt and fear is our ability to choose one thought over another.