Limiting self beliefs

I used to spend a lot of time just thinking about what I couldn’t do.

I couldn’t possibly build a product business (instead of a service business). That would be too hard and I just don’t, and never will, have the skills.

A lot of this comes from the shock I suffered when I had five seizures in 2016. The constant stress and worry I was going through before they happened stops me from pushing myself today.

But that seems to be changing somewhat. 2020 is the year I take control of my self beliefs and turn them all into something positive.

To stop focusing on the negative things. Negative thoughts create more negative thoughts and trick me into believing that a better future is just the other side of them.

It isn’t without conscious change.

Well, that change is afoot! And I’m feeling great about it.

Joseph Pack

CMO day job. Learning to build stuff with code. Writing, mainly about learning to build, marketing that sucks less and psychology. If you found this article useful, subscribe to my weekly newsletter, Uncommon Aspect.