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Believe In Yourself

29You have to believe you have the right stuff, that you are able to pull it off. You have to believe in yourself. It is a deep-seated belief that you have what it takes – the abilities, inner resources, talents, and skills to create your desired results.

Ultimately, you must learn to control your self-talk, eliminate any negative and limiting beliefs, and maintain a constant state of positive expectations.

Control Your Self-Talk

Researchers have found that the average person thinks as many as 50,000 thoughts a day. Sadly, many of those thoughts are negative — I’m not management material… I’ll never lose weight… It doesn’t matter what I do, nothing ever works out for me, etc.

Victim language actually keeps you in a victim state of mind. It is a form of self-hypnosis that lulls you into a belief that you are unlovable and incompetent.

In order to get what you want from life, you need to give up this victim language and start talking to yourself like a winner — I can do it… I know there is a solution… I am smart enough and strong enough to figure this out.

You Are Always Programming Your Subconscious Mind

Your subconscious mind is like the crew of a ship. You are it’s captain. It is your job to give the crew orders. And when you do this, the crew takes everything you say literally. It just blindly follows orders. “Everything I eat helps me maintain my perfect body weight,” the crew will begin to make that into reality by helping you make better food choices, exercise, and maintain the right metabolism rate for your body.

Believing in Yourself is an Attitude

Believing in yourself is a choice. It might help to know that the latest brain research now indicates that with enough positive self-talk and positive visualization combined with the proper training, coaching, and practice, anyone can learn to do almost anything.

Jack Canfield – The 25 Principles of Success

Very good. David is an excellent facilitator. Giving lots of time to discuss and understand and explore. I especially enjoyed the interaction with other learners and getting to know and understand different personalities. Elme Coetzer - Emotional Intelligence and Personal MasteryGlobal GAP
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