Limitless Freedom Method
You’re here today because most likely you’re living your less-than-best life. And that’s okay, because we can fix that.
I have developed a methodology called the Limitless Freedom Method.
The main goal of the Limitless Freedom Method is to help you reconnect to your inner-self so that you can pinpoint exactly what you want and create the right mindset to manifest your dreams.
This is a revolutionary way to experience freedom in the most spectacular kind of way.
Within this methodology is 10 easy-to-apply principles. Today we’re going to go over Principle #4, How to Crush Your Limiting Beliefs.
What Is A Limiting Belief?
More often than not, we explore a new possibility and our limiting beliefs crush the idea.
A limiting belief is a thought or opinion that one believes as absolute truth.
They tend to have a negative impact on one’s life by stopping them from moving forward and growing on a personal and professional level.
A limiting belief can look something like this (but is not limited to only these): fear of success, fear of failure, fear of not being good enough, fear of not being loved, fear of rejections, fear of greatness, fear of success, fear of others holding me back, fear of making others uncomfortable.
Crushing Limiting Beliefs Starts With A Mindset Shift
It’s completely normal to have limiting beliefs when you start exploring a new path.
Some of these limiting beliefs are learned behaviors rooted deep from your childhood, others might be insecurities coming to the surface.
The good news is that you can work through your limiting beliefs.
It’s not easy sometimes, but if you want massive growth you’ll need to put forth the effort. When you learn how to crush your limiting beliefs, the sky is the limit for you.
Cushing your limiting beliefs starts with a mindset shift. Let me show you an example.
When Limiting Beliefs Surface
My daughter, Brynn, recently started high school. She struggled with making friends.
She was so stressed out about this, that she came to me one day and asked if she could switch over to homeschooling.
I asked her why she didn’t want to go to school and she stated that she couldn’t make friends and she felt everyone was looking at her strangely.
She said, “Mom, I say hi to people and they just look at me with a blank stare and don’t say anything.”
I recognized that she had the limiting belief that she couldn’t make friends and suggested that she change her mindset to it’s easy to make friends.
Changing The Narrative
I then asked her “What if you approached it differently. What if you found something that you liked about that person or maybe something you have in common with them and shared that with them.”
She said, “Like a compliment?”
I said “Exactly!”
So the next day she went to school with a different mindset that she could make friends and offered a sincere compliment to a girl in her class.
Brynn has curly hair and had spent the last year figuring out how to manage her curls. (For all the ladies out there with curls, we know just how unruly curls can be, am I right?)
She loved this girl’s curls and recognized that she had figured her curls out and came right out and told her how much she loved her hair.
This girl said, “OMG, I’ve been dying to tell you how much I love your curls from the first time I saw you.”
This opened the door for a new conversation about something they both had in common (curls) and a new friendship began.
Brynn had a limiting belief that she couldn’t make friends.
Once she changed her mindset that she could make friends and approached it a bit differently she was able to have an abundance of friends.
The other day she said to me, “Mom, it’s really easy to make friends. You just have to find something you have in common with them and compliment them on it and the conversation starts flowing.”
She now loves school and has an abundance of friends.
How To Clear Your Limiting Beliefs
Wherever the limiting beliefs root from, it’s important to clear your limiting beliefs.
According to Dr. Matthew B. James, This can be accomplished in 4 steps.
- Step #1 – Write down your limiting belief
- Step #2 – Acknowledge that these are beliefs, not truths!
- Step #3 – Try on a different belief.
- Step #4 – Take a different action.
If we use my daughter’s story as an example:
- Step #1 – She didn’t believe she could make friends.
- Step #2 – She acknowledged that this was her belief and not her truth and that she could change the outcome if she changes this belief.
- Step #3 – She tried on a different belief and believed she could make friends.
- Step #4 – She approached it differently and found something she had in common with the person and complimented her on it which opened the door for a new conversation and a new friendship began.
When you choose to crush your limiting beliefs, great things can happen!
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