How to rise above your limitations

Rising above your limiting beliefs: 3 Key strategies

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Today’s topic is one that will hopefully assist you, our valued reader, in moving forward in your life.

Our own limiting thoughts can cast a pall over our motivation and self-assurance. Today, I’ll provide three tactics that you can use to overcome your own and others’ self-limiting ideas.

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Alright, let’s take a look at 3 strategies you can use to overcome your limiting beliefs:

#3 Consistently revise your goals

Goals provide us with a sense of direction and purpose in life, whether they are short-, medium-, or long-term.

The truth is that in today’s world, others frequently make us feel unworthy of achievement, and many of them undervalue our ability. They say things like, “You’ll never be able to do that” or “That’s way too ambitious.” People frequently feel apprehensive about their future prospects and reflect their fears onto others.

YOU SHOULD NEVER ALLOW OTHER PEOPLE’S OR YOUR OWN LIMITATIONS TO INTERFERE WITH YOUR GOALS AND THE PROCESS YOU PLAN TO USE TO ACHIEVE THEM. You maintain that flame of drive burning inside of you by constantly rewriting your goals, and you hardwire your brain to stay focused on each of those goals.

Regardless of what others are saying around you, revising your goals on a regular basis keeps your head in the game.

#2 Respond calmly to criticism without losing your temper

I get it, we can’t help but explode with rage each time someone belittles us or our goals, it’s a natural human response.

The truth is that exploding with wrath exposes your level of fear and self-doubt, giving those who criticize you more ammunition to continue doing so. In other words, by not regulating your temper, you are allowing them to win the war.

If you actually want to show the doubters who is in charge, the best thing you can do is reply to criticism gently. This will not only make you appear in command, but it will also frustrate the other person, who will eventually understand there is nothing they can say or do to make you lose focus on your objectives.

So keep your calm; it will get you far further in life than you think.

#1 Reflect on what caused the limiting belief in the first place

There is a source for every limiting thought you hold in your mind. Something happened in the past that caused you to mistrust yourself and, as a result, limit yourself.

Addressing the source of your limiting beliefs is the ultimate key to overcoming them. Consider the circumstances that led to the limiting belief’s establishment and ask yourself, “Was it my fault?” “Is this belief justified?” and “Why did I let this to limit my beliefs?”

By asking questions like these, you give yourself the opportunity to completely appreciate the reasons behind every limiting thought you hold on a daily basis, and you give yourself the opportunity to design ways to address those limiting beliefs.


Limiting beliefs are a poison that must be eradicated if we are to achieve success. If you use the three major tactics I stated above, you’ll have a higher chance of becoming a more self-assured and motivated person who doesn’t let anything get in the way of their goals. A winning mentality!

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