20 limiting beliefs you could burn to a crisp.
I asked about your limiting beliefs. You answered. Et voila!: This is what liberation looks like:
I used to believe. . .
... That I had to have the answer before I began. - Stephanie
... That if I explained why someone's argument was faulty and they didn't change their view, there was something wrong with me for not being able to convince them. - Alexa
... That I had to endure emotional abuse from a male boss because I was a single Mom and soooooo needed the job. - Tina
... That 'experts' and 'consultants' knew my business vision better than me. - Linzi
... That Christianity was the one, true religion. - Deanna
... That I should change myself to be more attractive to the people I'm around rather than seeking to be around people who are attracted to me as I am. - Mary
... That if it couldn't be 'proven', I couldn't believe in it. - Gretchen
... That happiness comes from an external source. - Erin
... I used to believe everything a certain person in my life told me about myself. Years later, I realize they didn't know me at all.
... I am what other people think I am. - Kim
... That I was ugly and not worth anyone's love. - Fiona
... That I wasn't good enough or worthy enough. - Deborah
... That to be respected and liked by others I had to be the smartest one in the room ... Taken fifty five years to be okay with saying "I don't know". - Kathy
... That if I support people (financially, emotionally or whatever) they will support me in return. - Chrissy
... That gay people go to hell. - Leanne
... That I can't lose weight. - Laurie
... That I was incapable of being creative. - Chrissy
... 1. That I wasn't worth it, and 2. that alcohol held any answers. - Jennifer
... That I had to please my parents. - Justine
... That you needed a college degree to be successful. - Cheval
This calls for a recap:
You don't need to know the answer before you begin.
There's nothing wrong with you if you can't convince someone else that they're wrong. (And actually, you might want to give up trying altogether on that one.)
College degrees don't necessarily relate to success.
Respect and intelligence are NOT mutually exclusive.
You ARE creative (if you breathe, you're creative.)
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