Tell me all about your achievements? Doesn’t come easily, right? It takes a second to think of a few things, and then decide what you want to share.
But if I ask you to tell me where you can improve, it’s a way easier question to answer. That’s because our brain is wired to focus on what’s missing. It’s a primitive instinct that alerts us to possible danger.
It was useful back in the day.
But in today’s world, it’s simply an instinct that makes us focus on why we’re not worthy and eats away at our self-confidence.
For most of my life, I have operated this way. I’ve looked for what’s missing in my abilities.
I told myself that focusing on ‘what’s missing’ and where I could be better, smarter, faster, stronger, thinner, etc, etc., was what was pushing me forward.
But that is a thought error.
Focusing on what’s missing in my performance is not a driver of achievements. It’s an inhibitor.
If you want to achieve great things, you must believe in yourself ahead of time.
How do you believe in your ability to do something if you’ve never done it before?
One way is to create a track record of achievements. Demonstrate to yourself how far you’ve come, and your ability to go further. To achieve great things.
In this episode, I’ll share how to create a track record of achievements that can help build your self-confidence and train your brain to always focus on what’s working.
what you will discover in this episode
- Why your brain is programmed to protect you from danger
- The self-confidence-building questions to ask yourself everyday
- What your brain will do to fight you and keep you safe
- The elements that create a cycle of success
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