Jump Start Your Biz Now Conference

It is the end of the first day of Katrina’s conference. She shared so much information on getting your dream/vision clear and emphasized the importance of marketing and sales. More than that, she gave us examples of how to market and sell.

Most important, she allowed questions, and she had so much patience in answering the questions and clarifying for us if we were unsure what she meant. The networking was incredible! We made new friends and contacts.

You can get more information at http://www.jumpstartyourbiznow.com.

Katrina gave us homework for the evening, but tomorrow promises to be even better with more in-depth information on marketing.

Until tomorrow, stay safe, and keep the faith.

How to Identify Where Your Self-Doubt Lies

Knowing how you developed self-doubt can sometimes help lead to recovering from that condition. You can build self-esteem by getting to the bottom of how it happened. Some people did have self-esteem at one point, then lost it. Some never had it in the first place.

No matter how you determine what causes your self-doubt, you will be able to overcome it. It does not matter if it is something that developed over time or something you learned in childhood. You can work toward building your belief in yourself so that you can overcome self-doubt.

Limiting Beliefs Learned in Childhood

Many people learn to put off their dreams. And limit their ideas due to well-meaning parents (or sometimes they are not so well-meaning but perhaps abusive parents) who are also stuck in their own self-doubting lives and cannot ever envision anything different. It happens a lot in communities where people are often born very poor and end up lacking experiences and education to see beyond their own lives to the possibilities that are outside their world.

It is not usually the fact that parents want to keep their kids from dreaming; they are just trying to be realistic. When their child tells them about their big dream to travel the world and become a writer, they react in fear and make statements that may be statistically true, but that limits their child.

An example, they might discourage their child from becoming a writer by telling them no one makes money writing, or they might prevent their child from becoming anything that is above what they are used to due to the fear of the costs and the fear that their child really can not do it even if they try. But this is only due to their lack of success and understanding of life.

It rubs off on the kids. That is why statistically, most people do not break out of the class they were born to. The exciting thing to remember is that some people do, and the reason they do is they were able to see and envision the possibilities and then take action to see it through.

Until next time, stay safe, and keep the faith.