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What is an Upper Limit Problem?…………………………………………. 4
Why Do We Have Upper Limits?……………………………………………. 5
Signs That You Have An Upper Limit Problem……………………… 6
How to Overcome Upper Limits…………………………………………….. 7
Criticism and blame…………………………………………………………………………… 8
The Zones…………………………………………………………………………….. 12
The barriers of fear and false belief……………………………………. 13
Feeling Fundamentally Flawed……………………………………………………… 13
Disloyalty and abandonment………………………………………………………… 13
More success, bigger burden…………………………………………………………. 14
Getting into the Zone of Genius…………………………………………… 15
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Have you reached your full potential? If you are like most people you have not. But the problem is you don’t know that you have not reached your full potential yet. Instead, you have hit a glass ceiling that you thought was your upper limit, when in fact you can break through it and continue even higher – higher than you ever thought possible.
To make this clearer, imagine that your friends, family, job, habits and daily patterns of life are between two parallel lines – the top one being your glass ceiling. Everything we do falls inside these two lines. But if at some point, we go beyond either of these lines, our subconscious freaks out because it is outside the norm of what it expects, and it wants to bring us back down (or up) to back to between these two lines of our life again. We all go through this as we live out our lives, but don’t know it because it is happening at the sub-conscious level. So if this is happening at a level where we are not aware, how do we break through our glass ceiling? More on that later.
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Topic: Are You Sabotaging Your Success?
Email #1 – Welcome
Email #2 – Self-sabotaging your success
Email #3 – Signs that you are self-sabotaging yourself
Email #4 – Tools and techniques to break through your self-sabotage efforts
Email #5 – Conditions that lead to success
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Email #1 – Welcome
Hello and welcome to our series on how to tell if you are self-sabotaging your success. Sounds counter-intuitive doesn’t it. After all, you would anyone want to sabotage their success.
Just so that we are all clear, here is one definition of what it means: “Self-sabotage really means to have personal interest in a goal or cause of your own and to undermine it with action or activity that injures or impedes the outcome of the goal or cause”. Another commonly accepted definition is “Self-sabotage is when part of your personality acts in conflict with another part of your personality”. Self-sabotage can be either intentional or unintentional and generally happens because we are at odds with our self. In other words, our goal is in conflict with a core belief we hold.
For example, if your goal is to make more money, but you have been taught from childhood money is the root of all evil, you will do things – most of them unconsciously – that will undermine your goal of making more money.
3 psychological barriers that prevent success
At the root of self-sabotage are 3 psychological barriers that unconsciously undermine our success, namely:
- Fear of change
- Fear of failure
- Fear of success
Fear of change
Deep down, none of us like change. Over time, we have evolved as humans so that change today no longer increases the result of our dying as it once did for our caveman ancestors. But psychologically that belief is still present and deeply rooted in our brain, and it will throw up roadblocks if it thinks a major change is about to occur.
Fear of failure
This comes mainly from the fact that in our psyche, failure is not an option. All through life we have been taught there is only one right answer to a question, so there isn’t a temptation to go outside the norm if there is a chance of failure.
But many have failed numerous times before they succeeded. Take Thomas Edison for example. Paraphrased, he once said “I didn’t fail, I just found 10,000 ways of how to not make a lightbulb”. Or James Dyson that tried 5,127 way to make his unique vacuum before he succeeded.
Fear of success
As counter-intuitive as it may sound, some people are scared of succeeding. Why would that be? It is related to the fear of change. People are afraid if they succeed, it will change them or their relationship with friends, co-workers or family. Or they are fearful that if they succeed, then they must set a new and higher goal and with that comes more stress. At least if they are still working toward their current goal, they don’t have to worry about their next one.
But, if you are scared to succeed, you will rarely try new things, go outside of your comfort zone, or create opportunities for big wins which self-sabotages your chance for success.
That wraps it up for this first lesson. In the next lesson, we will talk about some ways that you self-sabotage your success and not even realize it. Be sure to read that one.
High Quality Upper Limit Problem PLR Articles:
Signs That You Have a Health-Related Upper Limit Problem – 393 words
Signs That You Have An Upper Limit Problem at Work – 391 words
Signs That You Have An Upper Limit Problem in Relationships – 393 words
What is an Upper Limit Problem? – 455 words
Why Do We Limit Our Own Success? – 420 words
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Signs That You Have a Health-Related Upper Limit Problem
Most people have a sense of what they feel their limits are. This could be related to love, happiness, wealth, success and health. We often think about what will happen in the future, how far we will advance in our jobs and how good our health will be. Depending on your lifestyle, you may believe you will live a long and healthy life or you could believe that your health will decline at a certain stage. Having a health-related upper limit problem can cause issues, since we should be looking after our physical and mental health as best we can.
You don’t bother getting help when something is wrong
If you’re somebody who won’t see the doctor or ask for help until things get really bad to the point you start panicking, you may have a health-related upper limit problem. People have upper limit problems regarding their physical health and also their mental health. You might believe that you deserve to suffer, or that health professionals won’t be able to help you anyway because this is just how things are.
You don’t prioritise your own health
You exercise sometimes and eat relatively well, but your health isn’t your number one priority. This could be because you have a health-related upper limit problem but you don’t have limits in other aspects of your life and therefore choose to concentrate on those. Your own health should always be among your top priorities. While some health problems cannot be prevented, many can be avoided through self-care and a healthy lifestyle.
You don’t believe you’re someone who can be fit and active
Maybe you’ve always felt unfit, and you think this is just the way your life will continue. Surely it’s too late now and there’s nothing you can do about it anyway. You’ve reached your limit, or you’re nearly at the point you feel your limit is, and those people who lead healthy and active lifestyles are just too far out of your league.
You put your health in jeopardy
This could be through overeating, undereating, or any other problems related to eating disorders. It could also be intentionally avoiding exercise, eating things you know aren’t good for you or that you’re allergic to, as well as other factors such as drug abuse or regularly exceeding the recommended level of alcohol intake.
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1.Common Phobias and How to Deal with Them – 574 words
2.How to Stand Up for Yourself in a Relationship – 653 words
3.Making Choices: Saying No versus Doing It – 572 words
4.Ten Inspirational People Who Have Found Courage – 687 words
5.The Benefits of Taking Risks – 723 words
6.Tips for Helping Others Find Courage – 557 words
7.Tips for Standing Up for Yourself at Work – 490 words
8.Understanding Fear: What Is It, and How Does It Affect People? – 505 words
9.What Does It Mean to Be Courageous? – 497 words
10.What Is the Worst Thing That Could Happen? – 598 words
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Making Choices: Saying No versus Doing It
When an opportunity comes your way, the first thing you think about is whether you are going to say yes or no to it. This decision-making process can make you anxious. For some people, it keeps them up at night worrying if they will do the right thing or not. To make a good choice, there are some basic questions that you should ask that will help you find courage.
What’s the Worst Thing That Can Happen?
Don’t just ask yourself what the worst thing that can happen is if you say yes or no, but address both. Take the time to write down a list of the things that can happen if you do it versus if you don’t do it. The thing about saying no is that we maintain the status quo, but we don’t often delve into all the bad things that can happen by saying either yes or no.
What’s the Best Thing That Can Happen?
Don’t forget to also write down the best thing that can happen. The worst thing that can happen is often the biggest fear you have, but what good things can come from your answer of yes or no as well? Identifying some good points on both sides can help you choose.
What Are the Benefits of a Yes or No?
How does this project or opportunity benefit you if you say yes or no? List the benefits to each answer to find out which one outweighs the other. Get deep into the benefits of either answer so that you can address the many actions that can happen, plus address what you can do to eliminate that possibility or enhance it.
What Are the Downsides of Saying Yes or No?
There are always some downsides to saying either yes or no. Write them down. You want to know what can happen with each negative answer. Explore your negative ideas to find out if they’re realistic or just a distraction you’re causing yourself as you make a choice.
What Are the Roadblocks to Saying Yes or No?
For some opportunities, there will be roadblocks in place already, no matter what you say. For example, if you say no it might prevent you from succeeding at something as fast as you would if you said yes, but you may not be able to say yes right away due to other plans or an outside influence. Writing it all down will help you navigate the consequences of your answer.
What Are the Opportunity Costs of Saying Yes or No?
Every choice you make has an opportunity cost. If you are doing A, you may not be able to do B; that is an opportunity cost. Write down what you see as the opportunity cost of either a yes or no answer. Look back at some of the other responses to help you.
Saying no versus doing “it” – whatever the opportunity is – can often be made into a simple answer based simply on your answers to these questions. If you say no, are you going to miss out on something else? If you say yes, will it help you the way you think it will? Plus, always answering what the worst thing that can happen is if you do XYZ, can break you out of your fear and help you find the courage to do the next thing.
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Ancient Methods of Self-Help Still in Practice Today – 547 Words
Anxiety Exercises: Breathing Your Way to a Calmer Mind and Body – 559 Words
Cultivating Your Support System – 700 Words
Fighting the Negative Thoughts – 947 Words
How Negative Thoughts Fuel Social Anxiety – 637 Words
How Self-Help Boosts the Health of Your Mind, Body, and Spirit – 793 Words
How Self-Help Actually Helps Those around You – 682 Words
Stop Worrying: Self-Help Tips for Reducing Anxiety – 874 Words
Surround Yourself with Positives – 595 Words
Tips for Facing Your Social Fears – 634 Words
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Ancient Methods of Self-Help Still in Practice Today
You might be surprised to learn that most of the modern self-help ideas that we practice today really aren’t new ideas at all. Every modern book that you’ve read on self-help, including “The Power of Positive Thinking” by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, came from ideas from the past – even ancient ideas.
* Yoga – This method of self-care has been around for eons and comes from Asia. There are many different types of Yoga practice today that purport to help everyone take care of mind, body and spirit.
* Prayer – Studies have shown that prayer changes brain chemistry and helps people who pray positively to have more positive lives and feel happier. Various types of prayer has been around since civilization started and likely before. By giving over problems to a higher being, humans have found ways to become happier.
* Meditation – Originating in Asian countries, meditation has actually appeared in many different cultures as a way to relax, focus on big questions, and try to access parts of our mind that we don’t know how to get to. Today, mediation is thought to lower blood pressure and help people with serious diseases deal with treatment better.
* Positive Thinking – You might think of this as new-age but nothing could be further from the truth. The idea of positive thinking actually started with the Greek philosopher Aristotle. Today, positive thinking can be seen in books and programs like “The Secret”.
* Self-Acceptance – Some people believe that everything is derived from fate and that our lives are preordained. So, to be truly happy you have to come to acceptance of the divine, and control your actions through self-discipline rather than try to control what happens.
* Self-Sufficiency – Epicurus taught that the best way to be happy is to try to experience a lack of pain. And that you can do that through surrounding yourself with friends and family and experiencing pleasure as much as possible, but not in a hedonistic sort of way. But, we ourselves are responsible for our happiness, not outside forces.
* The Golden Rule – Confucius is said to have come up with the idea of treating others as you would have them treat you. Today, this can be said to be the “Dr. Phil” style idea: that you show people how to treat you by how you treat them and yourself. You set the standard and the idea on what can be done to you and around you.
* Self-Actualization – The Greek philosopher Plato came up with the idea that you needed to study yourself deeply to understand and uncover the gifts that God has given you so that you can find your true purpose. You can find some of these ideas presented in the book “The Purpose Driven Life” by Rick Warren.
As you see most of these self-help methods were started long before you were born. They were just repackaged into new by various authors, doctors and theologians as their own ideas. Some of these self-help masters are not so straightforward about where their ideas came from, whilst others quote directly from the ancient philosophers.
The Power of Positive Thinking – http://www.amazon.com/Norman-Vincent-Peale-Enthusiasm-Difference/dp/0517084724/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1416900603&sr=8-3&keywords=The+power+of+positive+thinking
The Secret – http://www.amazon.com/Secret-Rhonda-Byrne-ebook/dp/B002M5E2DW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1416899474&sr=8-1&keywords=The+secret
The Purpose Driven Life – http://www.amazon.com/Purpose-Driven-Life-What-Earth-ebook/dp/B008EGV4BQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1416900974&sr=8-1&keywords=the+purpose+driven+life
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Report: Simplifying All Aspects of Your Life
- Getting Your Priorities Right
- The Power of Being Well-Organized
- The Art of Delegation
- Automation That Will Save You Time
- Taking Control of Your Finances
- Tips for Saying No
- How to Let Go of Toxic People
- Ways to Use Social Media Effectively
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Simplifying All Aspects of Your Life Sample Content:
There is no doubt that for many people, life is simply too overwhelming. Everyone is given the same 24 hours in a day, but everything you do takes time.
To fit it all in, it’s imperative to prioritize, organize, and delegate. We live in a hectic and complex world. It’s natural to want to get a lot done and to be able to point to your accomplishments. However, if you don’t slow down and set some goals for your life, personally and work wise, things won’t go as planned and will feel a lot more complicated.
Getting Your Priorities Right
When you want to simplify your life, the first thing that must happen is to set your priorities. This works for both your personal life and your work life. Whether it’s a large project or a small one doesn’t matter. Knowing how to choose where to start, how to organize it, and what’s most important is essential to your success.
List Every Task You Need to Do
When you have things to do, it’s essential to know what you are doing at any given time in the day. Listing out all the tasks you need to do on any given day is an excellent way to figure out how to organize each task and get it done the right way. Think of this just like Marie Kondo’s method of organizing your bedroom. You need to be able to see everything you have before you can organize it and classify it.
Put Each Task in the Right Category
Try to put each task into a category that lets you know what it’s for: personal or work. Then also identify whether this task is important, urgent, or something else. This is going to help you identify tasks that you can let someone else do, as well as identify tasks that you’re doing that you can simply let go.
Move Urgent Tasks to the Top
When you notice that some of the tasks are urgent, put them up at the top. For some people, it helps to separate work from personal, but others prefer to just list tasks in the order by which they’ll take care of them. You can make two lists, or you can put it all in one if you have correctly identified whether it’s urgent or not.
Determine the Value of the Task
One of the things you must look at for each task is its value. This is easier to identify if it’s a work thing. You know that putting an item that people can buy up for sale is going to make you money, so it has a high value. But you also know that taking your child to piano lessons is a high value task.
Know the Effort the Task Will Take
This is another important thing to note when you are organizing your tasks. It also helps to look at effort versus value to help classify a task. How long does something really take you to do?
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