Your Thoughts, Your Story, You’re Stuck (or not)

Your life is created by the story you tell. The story you tell is made by the thoughts you have. The thoughts you have come from beliefs you hold. And those beliefs? Not as true as you think.You are telling a story, to yourself or to somebody else.  In your mind, you are just telling the facts, “telling it like it is,” and “just the facts, ma’am.”  But rarely is it just the facts.  It may include facts, but there is a “fiction” that is added on — the fiction comes from your beliefs and perspective.

We have this running story in our minds, that creates the narrative of our lives.  And that very narrative is what gets us stuck.  Those thoughts come from a set of beliefs.  Those beliefs come because we repeatedly think the same thoughts, coming to believe them as fact.

But it is possible to get unstuck, simply by stepping back and noticing those thoughts.

Your life is created by the story you tell.  The story you tell is made by the thoughts you have.  The thoughts you have come from beliefs you hold.  And those beliefs?  Not as true as you think.

Listen in as Kim Ades (expert coach in your thinking process) and I discuss a real-life situation of someone stuck in a thought process.

And learn a simple technique you can use to get yourself unstuck from those thoughts.  Check it out in this week’s podcast below.

(And you can listen to the earlier interview I had with Kim Ades by CLICKING HERE
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4 C’s To Changing Your Limiting Beliefs: #32 Thriveology Podcast

Change your beliefs, change your results.We all have beliefs about ourselves, other people, and the world around us.  Sometimes, those beliefs help us to move forward with great success.

But many times, those beliefs hold us back and keep us trapped.

In last week’s podcast, we talked about the stories we tell ourselves when something happens to us.

This week, let’s talk about those beliefs that permeate our lives.  They are the recurring beliefs that can keep us stuck.

Maybe you believe that people won’t like you, or that people are angry with you.  Perhaps you believe life isn’t fair (and can even point to events that prove this).

These pervasive beliefs are often very limiting and negative.  They can keep us stuck, unable to grow and develop.

But what if you had a model to take on these beliefs and push them aside?  What if you could replace the limiting beliefs with freeing beliefs?

In this week’s podcast, I want to offer the 4 C’s to changing your beliefs.

(By the way, I discuss this method in my book, How To Save Your Marriage in 3 Simple Steps.)

Let me know how you use the method in the comments area below!