Phase 3 is about overcoming the beliefs that are holding you back, letting go of the past, and moving on with your life.
Everything we have done so far has been building towards this, getting your confidence up and getting you into the right state of mind to see that change is possible.
Now this week is going to be a turning point, where you start to see who you are and what you are capable of.
In this PDF you can find the questions you need to reflect and evaluate your progress and state of mind over the last 7 days.
As we go through life we take on beliefs about who we are, what is possible and what we can or can’t do.
These beliefs can often hold us back, causing us to settle and accept the way things are and stopping us from being the person we want to become.
In the previous video you made a list of limiting beliefs and decisions that are currently holding you back in life, and now today I am going to teach you how you can move past them and let them go.
Once you take this on board you can shatter your limiting beliefs, empowering yourself to take on a new found confidence, changing your belief of what’s possible and what you can achieve.
How to let go of limiting beliefs
In this PDF I map out the exact process you need to take yourself through to let go of the limiting beliefs that are holding you back.
We all have fears of being judged, of failing, of feeling like we aren’t good enough, and often that fear can cause us to hold ourselves back, to settle, accept the way things are and stop us from moving forward.
That’s why we need to find ways to overcome those fears, as that is the only way to reconstruct you as the best version of yourself.
One of the biggest things we need to get to the bottom of is why you struggle to change, and this often means facing your demons head on and getting to the cause of why you fear failure.
Be warned this one may sting a bit, but if it does then that’s because it’s exactly what you needed to hear.
Keeping a food diary is a great way to get a better understanding of the way you currently eat, as well as keeping you accountable for your actions.
That’s why I want you to keep a food diary for at least 3 days during the week and the weekend.
Then in the next section you can use this food diary to get a better idea of your current habits and behaviours, along with uncovering the triggers that are linked to different actions, emotions or events.
You can keep a record of your food diary using the attached document, on a notepad, on your phone, or however is easiest for you to keep track.
Phase 3 was a lot to process, getting you to face your fears, get clear on the beliefs that have been holding you back and silence the voice in the back of your head.
Now moving forward the only thing that matters is taking action.