Dysfunctional beliefs

We’ve all heard of the term dysfunctional people, but today I heard a speaker allude to the thought of having dysfunctional beliefs.  Wow, what an enlightening thought.  We all do have those thoughts or beliefs in our lives that lead us into dysfunction.  When we get our beliefs right is when we do right.
A belief is a thought repeated over and over and thus deemed as a belief.  One dysfunctional belief I’ve had and have recently made the decision to cut off this belief entirely from my mindset is that I can’t make a living through the products I’ve created.  You see for years I would sell my products “on the side” while the real money I made in my business was through the training and consulting work that I did.  For a while that was a belief because it was my reality.  But now as I’m trying to shift my reality for that to no longer be the case, I then need to break free of this belief as its dysfunctional and holding me back in my business.
How about you?  What dysfunctional beliefs have you had that you would like to let go off.? Please share with us your comments. Make the decision right now to cut it out of your mindset.  Like me, you’ll feel this sense of expansion and will see things differently.  This will allow you and I to create a belief that is expansive and not constrictive.

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Janae Bower is an inspirational speaker, award-winning author and training consultant. She founded Finding IT, a company that specializes in personal and professional development getting to the heart of what matters most. She started Project GratOtude, a movement to increase gratitude in people’s lives.
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