Often through childhood, we develop negative empowering beliefs and ideas
that influence our behavior.
I know from first hand experience...
At 12 years old, I would be in the back of the class listening to the teacher talk...but not clearly understanding a word she spoke.
Learning was my worst enemy.
Multiplication felt like climbing Mount Everest.
Everyday I would work my butt off to learn...
Bullets of sweat appearing on my brow as I struggled over a stupid math problem.
To the other kids, this stuff was easy.
To me, it felt like trying to complete a 1000 piece puzzle with pieces that didn’t fit together right.
At first, I thought this was my life now...
I imagined I would always be working way harder than everyone else...only to come up short.
But I knew deep down somewhere in my soul this wouldn’t hold me back.
That day, I went to the library (this was pre-internet days) and stumbled upon a book about self hypnosis.
Diving in, I was fascinated to learn how hypnosis works and discovered how little control we have over our subconscious mind.
Right away, I started using self hypnosis to tell my subconscious that I was a great student who excelled at learning...