Is Your Past Running Your Future?

“Oh, I’ve never been good at that.”  

“That didn’t work before, no sense trying again.” 

“I don’t think that’s a good idea because …” 

How many times have you said these kinds of things to yourself? Is that little voice chattering inside your head holding you back from achieving success? 

Your mindset is the biggest factor in the level of success you achieve. If you keep telling yourself it won’t work, or you’re not good enough, or there’s no way something will happen, you’ve already squashed your own chance at success! 

I’ve discovered one of the best strategies for success and it’s all in your head! Watch this.  

Is Your Past Running Your Future?

Is your past running your future? You can choose something new!

Posted by Full Spectrum Productivity on Friday, 22 June 2018

Don’t let past experiences or the fear of future failure stop you from choosing your path to success!  

You alone dictate your future success … don’t let the past get the upper hand!  Let’s schedule a virtual tea so we can talk privately about your challenges! 

You got this! 

Love, 

PS What’s playing on continuous loop in your head that’s holding you back? Tell me about it in the comments below! 

 

PPS  If you’re ready to put the past behind you and be the boss of your own future, I’d love to help! Schedule a virtual tea with me. 

Katie Mazzocco, The Small Business Systems Strategist, is the creator of the Success Productivity System™ and Operations Mastery Measure™, the proven step-by-step processes that teach you exactly how to transform your chronic-stress and business struggles into increased income and impact in the world. To get your Free Checklist: 33 Systems Every Small Business Must Have to be Successful and receive Katie’s productivity videos on making your business more successful and less stressful, enter your email address below now. Get your FREE checklist

1 Comment

  1. Frits Bos says:

    Not really – my mantra is “the impossible we do right away, but miracles may take a little longer”. That does not mean I forget the past, it means I learned from the past so I do not make the same mistakes twice. Based on that I may skip some opportunities, not out of fear, but because usually there are other opportunities that (based on past experience) carry less risk. Of course, we all have it firmly ingrained that we cannot fly, for example, so very few people try that, and not many report back on their experience.

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