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Release The Brakes

36“Have you ever been driving your car and suddenly realized you had left the emergency brake on? Did you push down harder on the gas to overcome the drag of the brake? No, of course not. You simply released the brake… and with no extra effort you started to go faster.

“Most people drive through life with their psychological emergency brake on. They hold on to negative images about themselves or suffer the effects of powerful experiences they haven’t yet released.

They stay in a comfort zone entirely of their own making. They maintain inaccurate beliefs about reality or harbor guilt and self-doubt. And when they try to achieve their goals, these negative images and pre-programmed comfort zones always cancel out their good intentions – no matter how hard they try.

“Successful people, on the other hand, have discovered that instead of using increased willpower as the engine to power their success, it’s simply easier to “release the brakes” by letting go of and replacing their limiting beliefs and changing their self-images.”

Jack Canfield: The 25 Principles of Success

I want to thank you for the privilege I had of attending this course. It was everything I expected and more! The course was informative and David made it very interesting and interactive. The course was insightful, educational and most definitely helpful and useful in the workplace. If I had any say in the matter, I would suggest that each and every person attend this course. Purely for the reason that employees need these skills to be able to make our working environment a pleasure to be in every day. Therese Kruger - Emotional Intelligence and Personal MasteryRand Mutual
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