Odds are, you hate your job.
That’s according to a recent Gallup poll which cites that 70 percent of people dislike their place of work. SEVENTY percent! That’s a huge number!
Are you one of the millions of people who wake up, every morning, dreading the day ahead?
Many employees say it’s because of a lack of appreciation, respect, encouragement, and fulfillment. People overwhelmingly feel as if they aren’t living out their dreams or using their talents in a valuable way.
Check Your Beliefs at the Door
So the big question is why? Why do people stay in jobs that make them so unhappy?
If you reflect upon your own experience, what do you feel when you think about your own job? What do you feel are the reasons you aren’t pursuing your dreams?
Do any of these sound familiar?
-It’s too hard to find a job in my field
-I don’t have enough education
-I have too many responsibilities at home to risk it
-What I like to do wouldn’t pay enough
-I don’t have the time to put the effort it takes
-It’s too late for me to switch careers now
-I don’t have enough support from those around me.
-There are too many hurdles
-This is life. We don’t always get what we want
-I’m not getting noticed by the right people
No matter what you’re reason, you’re right, at least that’s how it feels for you. You’ll notice, all these statements or reasons are belief systems. Belief systems only possess power if they are supported by feelings. The data of many experiences that are stored in your subconscious serve as the basis and origin of your beliefs. Unfortunately most of our beliefs that are loaded with negative feelings originate in deeply hidden comparison material in your subconscious. It is enlightening and freeing to discover the root source of these negative beliefs. That’s because it is your BELIEFS that determine your life. Your beliefs can propel you forward at a high rate of speed or slow you down until you’re completely stopped. The only difference is YOU.
What you believe about the world and about yourself drives every decision you make and behavior pattern you hold on to.
The thoughts that consume your mind represent your greater belief systems. Ask yourself, are these beliefs serving or sabotaging your future?
Changing your beliefs is the key to unlocking your greatest potential. But how?
Is the answer thinking positively, adopting mantras, vision boards, and repetition? These methods certainly have some value but most of these tools do not have the power to address what subconsciously forms your negative beliefs.
Leave Fear Behind
Fear is one of the many reasons behind your strongest self-sabotaging belief systems. Fear, which lingers from past experiences, sits there stuck, deep within your subconscious. It manifests itself through a variety of painful emotions like depression, sadness, anger, anxiety, and more when triggered by details in our environment.
If you had to come up with one or even two things that you fear, what comes up first? You might come up with:
The fear of saying ‘no’ to something you don’t like to do
Fear of freely addressing your thoughts
Fear of spiders
Fear of heights
Fear of crowds
Fear of the dark
Fear of flying
Our body’s most powerful instinct, the force to drive away from pain, will do anything to keep us from the TRUE reason for our fear so it pushes us to create belief systems that supposedly “explains” our feelings in order to prevent greater discomfort.
Discomfort. Hmmm. It is Author Neale Donald Walsch who asserts that “life begins at the end of your comfort zone” It’s true! It’s a stern reminder, a DECLARATION that the best thing you can do for yourself is to face your fear- no matter how painful. Because when you do, you demolish what’s blocking you from seeing the brightness of your future and the reality of your amazing potential. You replenish belief in yourself effortlessly and naturally.
Embrace New Possibilities
But what does this mean? Am I telling you to take a leap head first into 20 feet of water to cure your fear of drowning? No. I AM encouraging you to embark on the deepest journey of self-discovery you’ve ever experienced so you see WHY you fear drowning- and by doing so you will cure it-forever.
I am encouraging you to explore the content of your subconscious. Science shows us that the simple act of revealing these fear-packed roadblocks in your subconscious releases their powerful hold on your beliefs and eliminates the connected negative feelings forever.
You’ll feel instantly happier, more powerful, and clearer about the direction of your life.
You’ll BELIEVE and move forward accordingly when you say:
-Anything is possible
-There is the perfect career/job out there that WILL accommodate my lifestyle and my skills
-The only hurdles are the ones I place on myself
-life is full of endless possibilities and I’m open to all of them
-It’s never too late to change my life
-Whatever happens I’m going to be successful!
I can help you easily and quickly reach the deepest parts of your subconscious so that you see yourself in a whole new light. Don’t accept unhappiness any longer.
Start living the life of your dreams today!
Learn about the most powerful subconscious forces behind all of your behaviors and beliefs!
It’s time. The moment you’ve prepared for. You’re back stage and take a peek at the growing crowd out front. At any moment you’ll be standing in front of all those people for a presentation.
You feel your stomach get into knots…or maybe it’s butterflies! Your hands get sweaty and your heart starts beating. You take a deep breath and….show time!
Does this scenario sound familiar to you? Think about the last time you were asked to speak in front of a group. What did you feel right before you went up? Many people express feeling frozen, and confused about what they’re going to say while replaying the possibilities in their head about all of the things that could happen. They talk about not wanting to look nervous while often replaying the moment in their head afterwards; fixated on what they could have said differently and wondering what the audience must have thought.
Can you relate to that? Those moments are very intense and many of us have been there. Public speaking is one of the most common fears of adults. In fact it’s reported that 74% of people have some level of fear about talking in front of people. That’s a huge number!
What makes the fear even worse is that most people can’t avoid public speaking. Whether you have a presentation for work, a special personal event, or an educational project, at some point you have to stand in front of a crowd!
Because of its lingering presence in our life, public speaking is something worth addressing for the benefit of our personal and professional goals. It’s time to do something about it!
Embrace the fear
Sometimes even just the thought of an upcoming speech or presentation is enough to freak you out! How in the world are you supposed to successfully prepare for a public speaking engagement if you can’t even think about it?
The truth is that the best way to solve the issue IS to think about it. You need to think about how to discover the triggers that activate the subconscious source of your fear! Focusing on that fear can help you understand the real depth of those emotions and that there is something much bigger going on here that is much more significant than talking in front of people.
What are the triggers that makes it so scary?
The mainstream psychology approach
In mainstream psychology they tell you that Public Speaking is the ultimate form of vulnerability! To be ‘vulnerable’ means to be ‘open to moral attack and criticism, to be open to assault, and to be susceptible to being wounded or hurt’.
Standing and performing in front of people can feel like an open invitation for judgment and criticism on a grand scale. It’s like being thrown out on the battle field with no weapon! Can you imagine that loss of control, fear, and urge to run away that would arise in that situation?
These arguments all sound reasonable and make sense on a rational level. The thing is, fear is not rational. It’s emotional!
Try a more effective approach
Here is an interesting experiment you can perform:
- If you are afraid of public speaking then ask yourself and other people with a similar fear the following questions:
- If you think of a real event when you felt this fear, what in that event is the most important moment that you are afraid of?
- Is it when you enter the platform, when you see all the people looking at you, the fact that most of them are strangers, or could it be that you know them all too well? Might it be the microphone?
- In that moment what is the most dominant detail? What is that one thing that intensifies your fear?
- If you want to go a little deeper into this you ask:
- What did you picture in your head about the public speaking event before you had to speak?
- What in that picture is the most dominant detail that intensifies your feeling of fear?
- After they isolate that one detail ask them where in their body they feel the emotion.
- Once they describe the physical symptoms that create their fear, ask them to fully allow those symptoms and accept them while focusing on that one detail that stands out.
- Now ask: If you allow your subconscious to come up with whatever it wants, what is the first memory that pops-up?
Road map to lasting succes
You will notice that different people will give you different details about what they’re afraid of and always a different memory that pops-up. What they all feel is fear that intensifies even more after the memory pops up.
These are the EXACT emotions linked to the bad clusters stored in our subconscious. When these bad clusters, which are packed with the strongest feelings of fear, are triggered for any reason, we automatically feel the fear in our body!
Understanding how your subconscious brain works and how it creates emotions like fear can not only help you identify what your specific triggers are but also reveal and eliminate the bad cluster- the source of your fear!
The wonderful thing about it, is that once a bad cluster is removed it will never come back.
You’re fear will disappear and you’ll experience much more confidence and emotional strength.
Understand your fear and conquer it. It’s the power you need to stand out in the crowd!