To start thinking about the impact your beliefs have on how you decide what is needed to succeed in business, choose from the list above is not one of them. Imagine if it were theirs. What impact do you think would you? How could affect their ability to make sound decisions about what it takes to succeed? 2. Now, something that you know what I think, a belief or practice that can not seem to shake. If you have difficulties to find one, think about what you complain to friends, family or colleagues. Think of the story to tell people over and over again. (This is the part that can make you squirm.
All right. There is nobody, but now.) We are looking for the ugly truth, wonderful. 3. Take the belief that you have identified in section 2 and note how it might affect their decisions, their ability to limit their willingness to take time off or simply stop work by 5. (Yes, I meant by 5.) 4.
During the following week, take some time to observe and record each time this belief “appears” to influence their decisions. Only by taking these simple steps you can loosen the grip of outdated beliefs have on their decisions from now on – no joke. Beliefs are no longer in the background, hiding, and run the program. You now have an opportunity to unleash their reign. Bonus Step: If you want to go one step further, writing a new belief to replace the old belief. Check the new belief, every day. He put it on your computer as a screensaver (mine is “Abundance Girl”). Feel the belief, look for evidence to be true. If the old comes to visit, say hello, the offer is goodbye, and then replace it with the new belief. The will, the final ingredient Ask yourself this: Am I willing to let go of my story and do anything (even to feel like a fool) to have the freedom and laexito that led me to start my business in the first place? If you are, you can.