Challenge your limiting belief – This is where you have to get honest with yourself around the thought of putting yourself out there. Write them all down. For example, you might think, ” Everyone will laugh at me and tell me how much of a failure I am”.
Ask yourself why you think this is true and where the belief came from… Write it all down, it really helps to get clarity!
Now, find evidence to contradict your negative belief. For example, remember all the times your friends or family celebrated you or gave you compliments because of your bravery, or remember the times you succeeded after you took that leap through fear.
Change your negative statements from present to past – You’re overriding your brain. You start off by saying “I used to believe that I would always fail, but now I realise that the more I step out of my comfort zone and give it a hot try the more I learn”!
Do this as many times as you need and keep overriding your brain so it starts to believe how awesome you are at putting yourself and your dreams out there!
Imagine a future that’s feels super confident – How does future you act differently when it comes to stepping outside your comfort zone and putting yourself out there? Visualise exactly how you’ll feel, what you’ll see and how you’ll act to help you solidify your beliefs around getting out there and being seen.
You’ve Got This!