What Do You Believe?

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“The only thing that’s keeping you from getting what you want is what you believe—the story you keep telling yourself.” –Tony Robbins

We all have unlimited potential to create a life and a business we love. However, often our results don’t reflect that potential.


It’s simple. It’s our beliefs.

Some people calls it fear, but I call it MINDSET.

Mindset is a particular way of thinking or our mental operating system (MOS); our MOS is rooted in our beliefs.

Our unconscious beliefs cripple our results. It’s the ultimate obstacle preventing your success and joy.

Our nature is to only invest energy, time and money into that which we believe will produce the outcome we seek. Therefore, when we believe something is not going to work out–even unconsciousl–we sabotage our potential by taking halfhearted action.

Little action equals lousy results. Lousy results equal uncertainty and disheartened beliefs.

I know this well, it’s a vicious cycle that only ends when you decide to change what you’re putting into your mind.

Your mindset holds the key to your success, joy and fulfillment.

If you’re not getting the results you desire in your life and your business, it’s time to check in your thinking.

Beliefs + Potential + Action = Results

Although each one of these words is fairly self-explanatory, but when we put them together to make the success formula, we dive deeper into understanding the psychology of success.

The key to achieving your New Year’s Resolutions is to adopt the growth MINDSET which I explained in my best selling book below.

The more resolved beliefs we have about achieving a goal, the more potential we will tap into it.

With greater potential comes greater action. Greater actions yield greater results.

Beliefs have the power to create and the power to destroy.

But what is a belief, really?

It’s a feeling of certainty about what something means.

The challenge is that most of our beliefs were unconsciously created based on our interpretations of painful and pleasurable experiences in our past.

But the past does not dictate the present–unless you continue to live there.

We can find experiences to back up almost any belief, but the key is to make sure that we are consciously aware of the beliefs we are creating.

If your beliefs don’t empower you to achieve your full potential, change them. Get a professional coach or a counselor to help you in the process.

Will your beliefs be the reason you stop taking action towards the results you want from life? Or will you change them into the ultimate opportunity to create something extraordinary?

Whether it’s a transformation in yourself, your career or your family, it’s time to take action to accomplish your goals this year.

“The only thing that’s keeping you from getting what you want is what you believe—the story you keep telling yourself.” –Tony Robbins

Next week, I’ll share with you he most common limiting beliefs preventing your success and happiness.

By anticipating–or perhaps acknowledging that you already have them–and making a specific plan to change them, you will be able to create the opportunities for success and fulfillment that so many others will miss. So, stay tuned!

Ready to achieve your New Year’s Resolutions?

Remember, success leaves clues…

It’s a marathon not a sprint…

It’s a team sport…

It’s achieved by following a proven plan consistently…

Therefore, get a professional coach or a counselor to help you, make your plan simple, easy to follow, and then just do it!

I’ll definitely be cheering you on.

For professional coaching to transform your life and your business…

Click HERE to get started today!

I look forward to working with you and helping you achieve EXTRAORDINARY results!

Until next time, think BIG, take a BOLD step each day to achieve your goals!

To the happier you!

James Justin
Call/Text: (407) 906-4008

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