We each have an unconscious preference in the way we handle challenges in our lives. Some of us don the red cape and focus on fighting back against the issue. We point out all of the challenges, unfairness, and problems and seek to get them stopped or removed. Others put on the green cape and look for positive solutions instead, picking out the strengths, possibilities, and elements that are good and look for ways to build on those.
Like many people feeling stuck in life and unsatisfied with their careers, Tracy had tried to make changes. Yet she kept finding herself back in a classroom, feeling defeated. If teaching brought her so much pain, why did she keep being drawn back? What was preventing her from switching to an entirely different career altogether?
One of the quickest ways to begin to uncover limiting beliefs that you suspect are holding you back from making changes or attracting new and positive things into your life is to complete the following statement as quick as possible with minimal thought. I can’t do/be/have this because __________________________________ The key to this technique is [...]
Having served with the British Military in Berlin after the war, and marrying a Highly Decorated British Military Officer, my Nana was old-school military pomp and posture. It was of greatest importance to her that her grandchildren learn the manners becoming of the grandchildren of a Highly Decorated British Military Officer. She took every opportunity [...]