Most of us are stuck in a model of the world we created a long, long time ago.
The tricky thing is that when we created this model, we didn’t have much experience. One of the few drawbacks in living in a modern, technologically advanced society is that the more you learn the better off you are.
Why is this a drawback?
A lot of times we’ll “learn” something, but our caveman brain thinks that thing we “learn” is going to hold true for all time, when in reality, it holds true for that particular situation.
Usually this works out pretty good. You learn to ride on bike, you can ride pretty much any bike. You learn how to open door, you can pretty much figure out how to open any door.
The difficulties show up when we “learn” about our “limitations.”
You may have a belief, for example, that “math is hard.” Sure, it “is” hard when you’re sitting in a classroom, bored out of your mind, but maybe not so much when you’re counting stacks of cash, and calculating how to get more.
Many of us have similar limiting beliefs, such as “making money is hard,” or “talking to strangers is scary” or “public speaking is terrifying.”
Maybe those were true once up a time, but they don’t have to be true now.
How much better would life be if you truly believed that “making money is easy,” or “talking to interesting strangers is fun and exciting” or “public speaking is ton of fun”?
I’d reckon life wouldn’t be so difficult.
The good news is that beliefs are about as easy to change as your socks. All you need are the right tools.
By targeting your own limiting beliefs, and those of others, you’ll be amazed just how much more you can accomplish.
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