The term ‘self-limiting belief’ has been thrown around a lot in the inspirational literature world over the last few decades, so much so that it has almost become a cliche. We all believe things that aren’t true. We all know this, because we don’t know everything. Apparently, though, we believe a heck of a lot of things that limit us, that restrict us from reaching as high as we could.
We think things like ‘I’ll never be good at that,’ or ‘Some people are just lucky, and I’m not,’ or any other variation. We think lots of things, and these things are true … largely because we make them true ourselves. We think we aren’t good at something so we don’t do that something, and that immediately and irrevocably prevents us from getting better.
I’m here to tell you something: this is true. We do this, and it’s a damn shame, because none of us know what our limits are. We have no idea. Continue reading