Myth One : You can’t try anything new until you are knowledgeable.
Not true I start six business over the years that I was not knowledgeable about and was successful at all of them.
Myth Two: You can’t do it because you are afraid .
Not true i was petrified when i took my former husband to Supreme Court and he had a lawyer and I self represented myself. I gained alot of knowledge and confidence even though i was afraid and didn’t know what the outcome would be. I went for it any ways, fortunately I was successful in getting a fair shake
Myth Three: I don’t need any help, I can do this myself, or I should be able to do this myself
I had been trying to write a book on my own for years then I hired a coach, wrote the book in several months. Velocity and power. Coaches can see our blind spots and they can simplify tings so we don’t get bogged down in the muck
Ask yourself are your actions and speaking in alignment with what you are committed to? Look at what are the habitual patterns that have that commitment thwarted? Are you willing to take responsibility for when it doesn’t go that way you want or the way you expected and clean up your part? Are you willing to let go of Expectations of yourself and others? What are you not being truthful about to yourself and others.
Our thoughts can be like a junk drawer-we need to take inventory and get rid of what is not useful! (wendy b)
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