Great Success Resource That I Recommend

Every morning I open my e-mail and the first thing I read is a quote from my Daily Insights e-mail subscription.  It doesn’t always have posts of quotes.  Sometimes they share some interesting resources for fellow-self-improvers such as ourselves.

The morning I read the one you will find below, I had one of those “Ah-hah” experiences because I am very guilty of one of the signs of self-sabotage and wasn’t completely aware of it.  Some feelings were trying hard to make this clear to me, but I always just thought this was something I value so I kept on as always.

This will always be something I value, but sometimes other values have to take priority for awhile before the others can go back to their position of more permanent priority.

I suggest that everyone gives this a read and takes the time to consider if anything listed may be going on in their own life, and what temporary or long-term adjustments may be necessary for success.

I also highly recommend signing up for the Daily Insight e-mails they provide.  It is a quick, easy, and effective way to begin your workday in a positive headspace.  And the featured resources can improve your life in a variety of ways.

Keep well…

5 Self-Limiting Beliefs That Will Kill Any Dream You Have…Here are some signs that you’re secretly self-sabotaging your success:- You fail over and over again in a certain area (i.e. weight, exercise, love, success, etc.).

– You always get close to the goal but don’t ever achieve it. “Always the bridesmaid and never a bride.”

– As you get close to the goal, a fatal flaw creates a negative outcome. (a character issue or behavior such as alcoholism, depression, perfectionism).

– You reach the goal and then lose all interest in keeping it.

– You feel uncomfortable, anxious, or worried about a recent success. You can’t enjoy it. Comfort returns when you give it away.

– You secretly hold the belief: “I don’t deserve it.”

– You are a Rescuer and give up yourself to help others, thereby never reaching your own goals.

And here are five (and there are more) self-limiting beliefs that create the self-sabotage:

1. I’m too old (or I’m too young)
2. I’m not smart enough (or I don’t have enough education)
3. It takes money to make money
4. I’m not attractive enough (or I don’t have the confidence it takes)
5. My job (spouse, children, stuttering, background, etc.) is holding me back.

I’ve had every one of those self-limiting beliefs and they’re the reasons why my family and I were evicted from our home and qualified below the U.S. Poverty level in 1997.

I knew that if I didn’t change them that I would live a life of mediocrity and regrets.

Here is the EXACT system I used to change those self-limiting beliefs and create a six figure income the year after we’d lived in poverty. A seven figure income was just around the corner.

If you don’t do anything else, find the sample lesson and listen to it…

And do it now, because we’ve got special pricing while supplies last.

As always, thanks for supporting our site 🙂

Vic and Lisa Johnson


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