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Do you yearn for positive change and transformation?

Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Though many of us yearn for positive change and transformation, our conscious or unconscious conditioned beliefs may tell us that we really do not have the ability to become substantially different or better than who we have been.  Do any of these statements ring true to you?

  • You can't teach an old dog new tricks 
  • This is just the way life is; we have to accept it
  • You have to be born in the right place at the right time to make it
  • You have to get the breaks and the right circumstances to be successful
  • You can't have it all.  Getting by is good enough
  • Most of us just aren't cut out for greatness
Some of us firmly believe these statements to be true.  Others claim that they believe in unlimited human potential.  But when it gets right down to it, almost all of us honestly experience life in terms of one or more of the limiting statements above. 
Human potential is the hope, but life's limitations feel like the reality.

You may not ever say these statements out loud. You may even argue against them, using the positive self-talk of recent decades. But take a moment: In your heart of hearts, do any of those statements seem like the whole truth and nothing but the truth? Deep down, do you trust these "reality" statements more than the possibility of transformation? If so, these beliefs have been hardwired into your brain and will sabotage any personal growth program you begin--and probably have done so in the past.

I am not asking you to just believe and trust in the possibility of your own transformation.  Those limiting "reality" statements, like all conditioning, are hardwired in and need to be unplugged and rewired to release their power. ...  I'll show you how to do this in future chapters....
(Above is an excerpt from the fist chapter of, "Back in Charge!")

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