Self Sabotage Origins
Self sabotage is a common problem.
And often it happens before we do anything.
It’s commonly described when somebody is playing out of their league.
A common TV or movie trope is the guy or gal who is dating somebody THEY think is way out of their league.
This is only due to deep and secret issues, so nobody knows but them.
They person they are dating thinks they are PERFECT for each other.
But the person with the self sabotage does something to mess it up.
Another way this expresses itself is through “imposter syndrome.”
Same thing, different name.
You get a promotion at work.
Everybody thinks you deserve it.
You’re making a lot more money.
You’re giving presentations and they’re working well.
People even come up to you and say, “Wow, man, that was a great presentation!”
I Don’t Belong Here
But part of you suspects something’s not quite right.
That it’s only a matter of time before somebody finds out who you REALLY are.
Then all your workers will be like those dudes from “Invasion of The Body Snatchers,” and they’ll point at you and squeal like aliens.
This is very common.
Pretty much EVERYBODY this fear.
It’s a common misconception.
Or a common conflation of two important traits.
Mystery Inner Core
One is the idea of who we “are.”
This is a philosophical, metaphorical, and spiritual question.
One that NOBODY can ever answer.
Who we “are” is based on the conclusions we came to BEFORE we developed conscious awareness.
This is something NOBODY will ever figure out.
But the way others treat you, particularly when it comes to love and money has absolutely NOTHING to do with who you “are.”
It has EVERYTHING to do with what you DO.
The kinds of presentations you give.
The words you say.
The products you build or sell.
The services you perform.
Need To Vacuum Something
Suppose you sell vacuum cleaners door to door.
And you just sold a vacuum cleaner to somebody at the exact time they needed one.
There they were, getting ready to vacuum their house for the party of a lifetime.
Then their vacuum cleaner gave out.
They thought they were RUINED.
Then you showed up.
And gave them the perfect, door to door vacuum pitch.
They loved it, they bought it, and because of what they bought from you, they had the party of their life.
Everybody had a happy ending.
Now, how is it possible for them to POSSIBLY know the real you?
Can You See The Real Me
Is the REAL YOU even important?
Particularly when it comes to money?
If you are selling something people WANT, they DON’T CARE about the real you.
They only care how THEY will benefit from what you’re selling.
The easiest way to get rid of this very common and usually debilitating imposter syndrome is to understand money.
Know money, know everything.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.