Don’t Let Your Subconscious Mind Play Goalie For The Other TeamDon't Let Your Mind Play Goalie For The Other Team - Tony Woodall Click To Tweet
That should be what we should be hearing when we start out trying to achieve our goals. Often, however, it seems like our subconscious mind is playing goalie for the other team. Just as we start to get close to the goal, instead of shooting and scoring, and hearing the announcer scream GOOOOOAAAAALLLLL, we hear a load grown as our own subconscious mind whacks the ball right out of the net. No Goal!
We teach techniques and skills that help you overcome these limiting beliefs and replace them with positive, unlimited success beliefs that can help you achieve your goals.
Don’t let your mind play goalie for the other team. Work on changing the limiting beliefs in your mind. We have the ability to do what we need to achieve our goals. Sometimes our mind has been programmed from an early age to be afraid of success, or of failure. We have been taught that we are not good enough to succeed. Our mind may think that we are successful enough and not allow us to achieve more.
There are many limiting beliefs that our mind may hold as truths. These can be changed to be positive, success oriented beliefs that will help to propel you toward the success you deserve.