The concept "Believe in yourself"

Updated: Jan 16, 2021

Have you ever been told "Believe in yourself" or "Go ahead and do it" and upon hearing these words your first thought is "Are you mad? Don't you know how scared I am? Don't you remember the last time when I tried to do so and so how I failed miserably?"

Well I have been there. Studying is fine but applying what I have studied was a different matter. Not because I was incapable or didn't know what to do or how to do it, but because that voice inside my head kept on telling me that I am not goid enough, that I will not mount to anything, that I am not enough as I am. And believe me when I tell you that was voice sounds like my mother. You see I have never been good enough for my mother. I wasn't straight A student, and that meant that she cannot show how proud she is with her creation. I was one of the top 5 students in my class but I WASN'T the top student. I never got rewarded for an A but I was always punished for a B and God forbid if I had a C or lower grade in any subject. The effect from that manifested in my adulthood in various ways from failed relationships (look at your sister, her husband is great), to me being afraid to stick up for myself and make any progress in the hierarchy of the organisations I worked. I suppose that was one of my life lessons I had to learn, so when I said that enough is enough and at the ripe age of 44 I started exploring my life. I went really deep and I started following different advices and different exercises and at the end I found the ones that are a really good fit for me and those who are under huge stress and the last thing they need is another big effort.

So after exploring my childhood and the limiting beliefs I was raised with, I have managed to unlearn them and reach a place where I feel confident in my abilities and I know that I am good enough to follow my dreams and that my dreams are not too big for me.

So if you want to change your life and work with me..... just drop me an email or text message or call me.

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