I’m Too Old To Start Something New
In the last lesson, you learned how to be more productive. In this lesson, you can carry your new techniques with you as you see how age doesn’t limit you either.
With this limiting belief, you believe that in order to be successful, you need to start young. That the only way to truly achieve great things is to get started at a young age and work and work until you finally achieve greatness at an older age. That you’re too old to start new things, reset your career, start a new hobby, or strive after new goals.
Your limiting belief is that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks.
You feel like if you tried to start something new at this point in your life, you would fail. Maybe you want to write a book. Maybe you want to take up skiing. Maybe you want to completely change your career. Maybe you want to run a marathon.
But as you consider these things, you think to yourself, “Only young people do these things. I’m simply too old to get started on something this big.”
But this limiting belief simply isn’t true. It needs to be rewritten.