47 minutes | May 31, 2020

UYG 016 : How to Doubt your Doubts

Summary: Do you have great ideas but never feel qualified to do it? In this episode, Benjamin explains why we have a tendency to discount our own abilities and doubt our qualification to achieve our great ideas, while drawing upon the wisdom of John Maxwell, John D. Rockefeller, Robert Collier, Jim Rohn, Zig Ziglar, Michael Jordan, George S. Patton, Winston Churchill, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Henry Ford, and Ed Cole. “No one was created to be mediocre.” – Benjamin Boekweg Questions: podcast@heraldsoflife.com In this episode: So you have a great ideaThe great “over-protective parent” with our headWhy we doubt ourselvesThe purpose of self-sabotageThe child analogy: how we see qualificationYour cake is not baked yet!The body vs spirit struggleExampleThe downward thought spiralOur internal “search engine”The desire for growthIf you don’t know where to start, get more informationHow to easily build confidence and motivationWhat success and failure actually areThe great lie of our subconsciousHow to doubt your doubts1- Begin with the mindset: “I’m building a better me.”2- Fail until you succeed3- Always keep learning “What great potential do you have that you are discounting because someone else is better at it or further along than you are?” – Benjamin Boekweg The post UYG 016 : How to Doubt your Doubts appeared first on Heralds of Life.
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