Most of us have a limiting belief of what we’re capable of “BEING,” “DOING,” or “HAVING”…..
I was out walking yesterday and thought to myself, “Why don’t I do this more often?”
I could even do it every day.
But do I have a ‘limiting belief’ of what I can do?
I do think about my health and in fact, have begun to make some major changes in what I eat. (I will share that another time).
You know we all have good intentions at the beginning of each year and now that months have passed you might and we are half way through that year you might want to revisit those intentions and connect with your mindset and beliefs!
The MAIN thing to remember is that good intentions can’t be connected to a conflicting belief.
For example, if you have an intention of losing weight you might:
- A. Sign up for the gym
- B. Hire a personal trainer
- C Buy new exercise shoes for motivation
- D Set days of the week in your Google calendar to make your decision more concrete.
These are all good actions IF you “COMPLETED” would assist you in reaching your goal.
But, what happens when you find that a month later, you just didn’t follow thru.
Could it be that you just didn’t align your intentions with your beliefs?
And, why would that make such a difference?
Here are some examples of Intention vs Conflicting Limiting Beliefs
Intention – I want a wildly successful business. Limiting belief – I have never had over five clients
Intention – I want to be healthy. Limiting Belief –I am not capable of the diet thing
Intention – I want a loving relationship. Limiting Belief – I don’t believe I am lovable
Intention – I want to be a millionaire. Limiting Belief – I’ve never made over $45,000 Continue reading “Limiting Belief Is Detrimental to Achievement”