If you had all the confidence in the world, how would you behave differently?
Whether you see it as lacking confidence, fear of failure, I don't belong here or self doubt it will have affected every area of your life. It may have allowed you to have use reasoning like "thats not for me", "Im not smart enough" or "Im not good enough." What have you missed out on or lost because of it?
I have worked with hundreds of people who are unhappy and unfulfilled because they have allowed their dreams and desires to fade away. Its not because they are stupid or lazy.
Through teachers, family and friends you may have been given well-meaning advice on how to overcome self-doubt and boost self confidence. Some of it may have worked but not ultimately given you what you wanted.
I want you to start noticing what your mind is saying or telling you. This is very important. You may notice thoughts such as 'I can't do that, its too hard for me', or 'don't go talk to them, they will think Im stupid', or 'Im not good enough'.
You've been learning these thoughts since a small child. They are so deeply in-grained and supported by magazines, speakers, family and friends. Its the holding on to these rules that keep people stuck in the confidence turmoil.
Trying hard to overcome the self-doubt, working hard to avoid failure and all the time getting more anxious.
Confidence is something close to my heart as in my 20's and 30's the thought of being part of a group or to voice an option in a group of people was impossible. I would sit frozen in my chair slowly retreating deeper and deeper into my shell. On one side feeling better but on the other feeling so stuck in a prison of self doubt and fear that it would take hours to feel "normal" again.
I have held myself back in many areas of life because of self doubt and fearing failure.
And the good news is that I have been able to learn and change. I now take part in groups and
socialise with confidence.
So I trust the method of PSYCH-K, not only because it is solidly backed by science, not only because I have witnessed it helping hundreds of my clients, but because it has worked so well for me in my life.
If you are willing to be open and change, it will work for you too. Maybe not over night and will take some time and effort but a cyclists doesn't learn how to win a race just by reading books. Yes its great to have the knowledge but some time and effort is also needed to reach their goals.
And the same holds true for developing genuine confidence. What is the root cause?
Carefully consider the important questions that follow.
In a world where you had unlimited confidence:
What would you stop doing?
What sort of person would you be?
How would you behave differently?
How would you treat yourself differently?
How would you talk to yourself?
What goals would you set and work towards?
The answers will provide the values and goals for your ongoing journey.