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Get out of Your Own Way/Stop Limiting Yourself with NLP Do you wish you could stop the cash flow roller coaster and attract more customers? Are your self doubts and fears holding you back from the success you desire? What you believe becomes real In NLP, beliefs are what we know to be true about ourselves and the world around us, and they are reflected in our behaviour. If our beliefs are positive (eg. I am a successful person) they support us in creating success. If our beliefs are limiting (eg. I can't trust people) then these can limit our success in business and in life. Whatever you believe, whether positive or negative, becomes real through your behaviour. While many of our beliefs were developed during our childhood, early schooling and early adult life, they can significantly limit our success today. Therefore, it is important to change any limiting beliefs.. Identifying limiting beliefs “Before you can address your limiting beliefs with NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) techniques, first you need to identify them”, says Dr. Vesna Grubacevic, NLP Melbourne based NLP Mas ter Practitione r and NLP Training . One way to identify any limiting beliefs is to look at your behaviour because your beliefs are reflected in your behaviour. Here are some examples of limiting beliefs and how they could be reflected in various behaviours. Please keep in mind that there are many possibilities and these are simply examples which may or may not be relevant to you. being a perfectionist can have the person rework things so often that they end up putting off the tasks for so long, sometimes totally missing the deadline. Alternatively, it can lead to unrealistic expectations of themselves or staff, so never being happy with their own or others' performance. It may even result in a hesitation to delegate, outsource, set up alliances, etc. fear of failure can have the person pursue activities and strategies which lead to a series of failures as a result of the fear ie. the fear becomes a self fulfilling prophesy. fear of being judged by others can have the person avoiding doing things that have them stand out from the crowd, can have them avoid expressing themselves easily, can have them avoid giving presentations, networking effectively, etc a limiting belief of not trusting themself can have the person procrastinate about making decisions, can have them be less trusting of staff and other people, can have them questioning their own decisions, etc Addressing limiting beliefs Once you have identified your own limiting beliefs, it is important to address these so that they stop limiting your success. Because our beliefs are stored at the unconscious level, the most effective way to address them in a permanent way is by working with the unconscious mind using NLP techniques. This way the limiting beliefs will stop limiting your success once and for all, and you will be freer to create the success that you desire.
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