Our self-belief system
It is deep within our self-belief system that we store who we really are- those self doubts that tug away at us during the day. The ‘I’m not sure I can do this task’ or ‘how am I going to get this done?’ to ‘this target is totally impossible for me’. These are all common beliefs that many employees have.
I can help change anyones’ self-belief system whether it be an individual or in teams with a self-belief technique. This enables them to dispel old ways of thinking that are stored in our sub-conscious mind. These beliefs might be holding your staff back at work and in life overall. I will help create new beliefs or paths – the will become more productive, happier and give more to the business. This is true not only in attitude but also in gaining better results as individuals or as part of a team.
An example of self-sabotaging is for instance someone that wants to lose a few pounds in weight. They sign up to the local slimming clubs that are all over the UK. Initially they do well for the first few weeks. Then after about 8-10 weeks, their weight loss slows right down and maybe even gain a little weight. The usual habits of not achieving their target begin to surface. They end up missing class or not eating before class so as they can see a ‘loss’ on the scales (we’ve all done it!). However, the loss of interest on the diet is usually resorting back to an old belief that they have with self-image and self-worth. They think something might happen to them if they get down to a size 10 or they might attract some attention that they don’t want. Inevitability they throw in the towel and stop attending, chalking it up to another failure and fuelling the self belief that they will never loose the weight. We all have our own beliefs, but that doesn’t make them set in stone and there forever!
Believe it or not we all have a choice as to how life treats us. By re-booting your own self belief system you can clearly begin to re-shape your life with the confidence and skill set that you so deserve.
In the words or Richard Branson,
‘Clients do not come first. Employees come first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of the clients.’