T. Harv Eker teaches something called the false self vs. the true self.
When you are living in your false self, this is normally what is happening (see if you can relate)…
Need other people’s approval
Compare yourself with other people
Difficult time making decisions and tend to waste a lot of time waffling over things
Lack of clarity on goals/vision
Tend to have limiting beliefs about what you can and can’t do
Don’t feel like you have enough time or resources
Don’t feel like you have enough finances to do the things you want to do
Don’t have enough confidence to take action towards what you really want
Intimidated by others
Low self-worth or have a lot of self-doubt
Feel ‘not good enough’ or ‘unqualified’
Feel scattered and unfocused
Angry and frustrated with others and yourself
Judgmental and critical of others and yourself
Powerless and bound by circumstance/situations/people
Focus on the problems in everything and everyone
Spend a majority of your time going from problem to problem, hoping one day they will magically all be fixed and then you’ll finally be free of them.
On the flip side, when you live in your true self, this is what it looks and feels like (see if you can relate here as well)…
You consciously choose thoughts that support you
You have the ability to observe your mind and not blindly believe everything it says
You have no need for other people’s approval.
You’ve ingrained a whatever it takes type attitude
You can easily say “no” to people without a fear of disappointing them or feeling bad about it
You have unwavering focus and clarity on your goals and priorities
You have a strong self-worth with minimal self-doubt
You are confident in whatever actions you take
You’re driven and powerful from the inside out
You feel like you have it ALL and know you will succeed no matter what, in spite of all obstacles
You follow through and always do what you say you’re going to do
Radically different ways of being, yes or yes?
Can you see how different someone’s life would be if they lived in their true self vs their false self?
For the majority of people, they relate more with their false self and rarely live in their true self.
And as you can probably see, that’s going to cause problems.
Harv’s training was designed to help you unlock your true self, and meet it, maybe for the first time.
It was designed to get you into the habit of living in your true self ALL the time.
If this sounds exciting to you, join Harv on his Free Training now so he can give you the exact steps to do so.
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Wishing you much success,