By Maya Bailey, Ph. D.
RISMEDIA, October 29, 2009—Are you letting life happen? Or are you actively creating your own success? In order to create your own success, you must first have a solid foundation upon which to build.
Here are seven tips you can use to actively create your own success:
Tip 1: Build a strong foundation. What do I mean by a strong foundation? Would you consider putting a roof on a house unless it had a strong foundation? Of course not. Yet you would be surprised at how many people try to market their services without believing in themselves.
Tip 2: Identify and reprogram your self-limiting beliefs. Here are some typical examples of actual self-limiting beliefs I have heard over the years:
-“Life is a struggle”
-“It’s selfish to want more money”
-“It’s not safe to toot my own horn”
Can you see why any of these beliefs would stop a person from succeeding? What are your own self-limiting beliefs?
Tip 3: Reverse your self-sabotaging strategies. Did you know that we all have a saboteur? We all have our dreams and we all have a part that tries to sabotage them, for our “own good”. For example, I was working with a client recently who realized that even though she had a good business plan, she was never able to work her plan because of the resistance form her self saboteur. What are your self sabotaging patterns? How do they show up in your life?
Tip 4: Use your mind and emotions to create your empire. How many times do you find yourself focusing on what you
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