We all have goals, dreams, and aspirations. But, what happens when the undertones of your past limiting beliefs gets in the way of achieving them.
“I’m going to fail, so why even try?” “I’m not good enough.” “I’ll never be as good as them.” “I’ll never be as good as I was years ago.”
When we compare ourselves to others, or even begin to compare our actions to a younger version of ourselves, we become stuck within these past limiting beliefs. However, your past experiences of success tend to leave clues. If you’ve been successful before, there’s no reason why you can’t be just as successful now.
Challenging Limiting Beliefs
Often, what you believe will influence the way you react to events, how you feel, and how you act. And much of the time, those beliefs can turn into a self-fulfilling prophecy. For instance, if you can’t handle being uncomfortable, you’ll be less likely to step outside of your comfort zone. The moment you get uncomfortable, the inner critic shows up, and you can begin to cut yourself down.
Though, by being gentle, loving, and practicing positive dialogue with ourselves, we can begin to challenge these beliefs.
In this week’s Recovery Coaching Group, we helped Dustyn, Rema, and Cori who are all struggling with the voices of the inner critic inside themselves.By focusing on the “how,” of our goals instead of the “what,” we can begin to silence the negativity and when we soften our language towards ourselves, we can begin to soften our emotional state.
In this week’s Recovery Coaching, you’ll learn:
- How we can use accountability to break patterns of negativity and bring on permanent change.
- How by losing faith in ourselves, can begin to lose faith in everything else around us.
- How to silence the inner critic to stay motivated and accomplish our goals and dreams.
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