Power Of Beliefs

Belief systems have the power to close or open doors because they will drive our thinking, inner dialogue, feelings and that will all drive our behaviour.  If you have 100% certainty about what you can do and what you can succeed in that will create boundless opportunities for you to apply to achieve what you’re after.

BELIEFS HAVE THE POWER TO CREATE AND THE POWER TO DESTROY. HUMAN BEINGS HAVE THE AWESOME ABILITY TO TAKE ANY EXPERIENCE OF THEIR LIVES AND CREATE A MEANING THAT DISEMPOWERS THEM
OR ONE THAT CAN LITERALLY

SAVE THEIR LIVES... - TONY ROBBINS, AMERICAN AUTHOR, LIFE COACH AND ENTREPRENEUR

So what are the touch points that can frame your belief system?

Environment –  if you grow up in an environment where people take an “anything is possible” attitude, whatever the circumstances, you are more likely to adopt a belief system that is conducive to success.

Experiences - Most people have had experiences, which have had a profound impact on them. The good and bad experiences shape what you perceive to be true about yourself.

Knowledge - knowledge really is power and is a great way to break unhelpful patterns of thinking and believing. If you can have access to the journeys and accomplishments of others, it can help to break any preset inner limitations.

Past results - If you have succeeded once before, it’s easier to form the belief that you’ll succeed again. Believing something can be done from a place of “I’ve done it before” can help to instill further belief. Sometimes you need to remind yourself of that.

Inner Power - Inner beliefs have immense power because they are at the very heart of what you believe about yourself. Therefore they can direct your capabilities and how you tackle your working life. The real power comes from managing your inner beliefs and switching from those that are limiting to those that are empowering.

Want to work from an empowering belief paradigm to achieve ambition, dreams, goals and fulfillment? If so, contact Des Christofi – des.christofi@acceleratedevelopment.co.uk

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