1. Acknowledge It
Identify the limiting belief. Greet it. Let it know that you’re aware it exists.
2. Expose It
Don’t hide from it. Bring it out into the open.
3. Advertise It
Share this limiting belief with others. They’ll tell you how ridiculous you’re being when you can’t see it yourself.
4. Challenge It
Ask “What evidence do I have that supports this belief?”
5. Risk It
What if this liming belief was actually true? So what?! Throw caution to the wind and you’ll discover that “failure” isn’t so bad.
6. Examine It
When did it start? Where did it come from?
7. Take It To Its Logical Conclusion
If you don’t get rid of this belief, what will happen?
8. Get Mad At It
This limiting belief is a jerk. Don’t make friends with him. Show him who’s boss.
9. Laugh At It
Seriously? This limiting belief is hilarious! I can’t even keep a straight face when I think about it…
10. Reverse It
What would happen if the exact opposite was true?
11. Repeat It
Ever repeat the same word or phrase so many times it stops making any sense? Do that.
12. Lean Into It
Sometimes pulling away from it only makes it stronger. When you stop resisting, it goes away.
13. Doubt It
Just because it feels real, doesn’t mean it IS real.
14. Imagine Life Without It
What would you be capable of?
15. Reason With It
16. Forgive Yourself
Don’t hold it against yourself that you’ve been harboring this limiting belief. You’re human.
17. Interrupt It
When you notice a limiting belief rearing its ugly head, stop yourself mid-thought and…
18. Breathe Into It
19. Confront It
Look it in the eye.
20. Verbalize It
Say it out loud. How silly does it sound?
21. Write About It
Put it on paper. How different does it look?
22. Reword It
If you phrase it in a different way, does it offer a different meaning?
23. Normalize It
You’re not unique for having these beliefs. Everyone has them. It’s okay.
24. Reframe It
It might feel like truth. But it’s not. It’s a perception. Reframe it as such.
25. Disconnect From It
This belief is not a part of who you are. It is not your identity. Losing it will only let your true identity shine more.