63 Limiting Beliefs that Hold You Back from Massive Success
These are limiting beliefs. And limiting beliefs are poison, success-limiting inner mantras that almost everybody carries with them.
1.I'm not somebody who follows through
2.I'm good at starting projects but I can't finish them
3. I'm not an expert
4.Nobody cares what I have to say
5. I'm not perfect. Why would anybody listen to/buy from/hire me?
6.I didn't work hard enough on this
7.I'm not worth it
8.I don't deserve [money, recognition, success]
9.I don't have time
10.My family isn't entrepreneurial ("Smiths don't start businesses!")
11.People will judge me
12. I'm a creative
13.I'm not creative
14.I'm a procrastinator
15.I'll sound stupid
16.Somebody has thought of this before
17.Other people can do it better than me
18.Nobody is interested in my ideas
19.My idea is weird. It's not the norm
20.If I succeed, I won?t be able to sustain it
21.I don't have the skills
22.I'll never be creative/analytical/mathematical/good at selling enough to be an entrepreneur
23.People who have something to sell are evil
24.Nobody would want what I have to offer
25.I don't know enough
26.I'm not a [numbers, business] person
27.The people who are successful in this are out of your league
28.You're not going to be successful so there's no point in trying
29.I'm too old
30. I'm too young
31.I owe it to others to always work for them
32. I'm beneath these people
33.I'm a quitter. I don't finish things. I don't persist
35.Entrepreneurs are sleazy
36.I'm not original enough
37.People like me don't (build businesses, become entrepreneurs, become successful)
38.People won't take me seriously because I'm..(female, male, young, old, fat, thin)
39. I'll look foolish
40. I don't feel like I could give enough value
41. I've tried it before and failed, so I'll fail if I try again, too
42.I can't because I have kids. I can't because I..
43.Regardless of how hard I might work at something or how well I might do, I'll never measure up
44. I will always avoid pursuing goals that matter to me
45. What is meant to be will happen
46.I can't ask for anything. I'll be rejected
47. I don't/wouldn't know where to start
48. The only way to success is to go to college, get a degree, and work your way up the corporate ladder
49. I don't have the willpower
50.I'm just not motivated
51.I'm happy with how things are now
52.I'm not smart enough
53.I can't do that
54.There is no point
55.I don't have enough money
56.I don't have enough support
57.I don't have the connections
58.I'm too shy
59.I'm too scared
60.That's just not "me"
61.I'm not tech savvy
62.I don't know what I want
63.Now is not the time.
The first step to beating these limiting beliefs? It's pretty easy. And you've probably already taken it:
Because you can't fix a problem you don't know exists.
After you've gained awareness of your limiting beliefs, you can start defying them.
So acknowledge these beliefs you hold with you. And when they crop up, beat them down. Prove them wrong. Flip them around.
Because as Henry Ford has said, ?whether you think you can, or you think you can?t?you?re right.?
Last edited by TheBatman; 11-11-2016 at 09:04 PM.