As children, we are often asked, “Who do you want to be when you grow up? A doctor, maybe; an astronaut, artist, or the President of the United States? As children, we are told to use our imagination and dream big!
We identify with a myriad of images based upon what we see or what someone tells us we can be.
Who do you say you are? What are you capable of achieving?
We have learned that our beliefs “create” and our beliefs "destroy.”
Our beliefs control what we focus on, our emotions, what we are doing, and experiencing.
Our beliefs about ourselves can also drastically change based upon whether we have experienced fear, hurt, bewilderment, and loss.
The result is thinking that we are not good enough, not wanted, not smart enough, not talented enough, not pretty enough, or we are not popular enough. The common name given to all of these issues is the
“imposter syndrome." It boils down to fear- that we just don't measure up.
We have learned that there are 4 keys to unlocking a lasting change in your life: