Rewriting The Limiting Belief
Now let’s rewrite this limiting belief into a set of empowering beliefs.
- “Lack of major progress means failure.”
- “Small progress equals a big win.”
- “Small successes add up to big progress over time.”
- “I celebrate my victories no matter what size they are.”
- “Consistency is what matters most.”
In order to rewrite this belief, you must understand that even the smallest progress on your goals is a big win. Small bits of progress on a consistent basis add up over time to big successes. You may not be making huge amounts of progress on a daily basis, and that’s OKAY.
Your new belief becomes: “Any progress is a win.”
Did you take one small step toward your goal? That’s a win! Even if you only do one thing per day or per week toward your goals, that’s progress and should be celebrated.
Avoid judging your success by whether you’re making big jumps forward. Judge your success by your consistency.
And if you’re having trouble being consistent with your goals, that’s okay. Go back to the action steps for limiting belief number one. Focus on your most important task first thing each day and seek to just make a small amount of progress on your task.