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Mental Barriers

What’s stopping you from achieving your true potential or attaining your goals? We all have ideas of how we would like to improve our lives; however, it takes effort to actually set in motion the practical steps to improve. Most just talk and never do. Mental barriers can impede a person from reaching one’s potential. Barriers can come in many forms, including negative thoughts, skewed thinking and feelings of complacency.


Breaking free of these mental barriers is not always easy. The first step is to identify what is holding you back. Think of it as spring cleaning for your mind. All the negative feelings and thinking that you have stored in your subconscious must be disposed of if you want to reach your full potential.


After you identify what your mental barriers are, start reprogramming your mind for success. You may feel tired and beat up, and that is to be expected. After all, you have been busy eliminating years of bad thinking and negative emotions. However, remind yourself of what you have accomplished so far in your life. Use this time to move forward and achieve what you truly desire.


Transformation doesn’t just happen. It takes a plan and a support system. Your brain should be your priority. Your mind is extremely important. Without it, your muscles wouldn’t function. Your body would be useless. It only makes sense to train your mind just as much as your body. Training your brain for success takes time and commitment.

Everyone has the same 24 hours in a day and the same number of days in a year. It is interesting, time can be perceived as a barrier for one person and an asset to another. When you find yourself using a lack of time as an excuse repeatedly, odds are you should focus on your time management skills. Take a look at what you do with the time you have and determine if you are making the best use of your time. Does what you are doing with your time actually make you happy or does it feel as if you are doing filler projects until something better comes along? Check out the 2 Hour solution in Train Your Brain For Success. It is a game changer. You will be amazed as to how you can make the most of your 168 hours each week.


Today’s blog is just a short insight to mental barriers. If you would like to learn more on how to plan, process and overcome those barriers – let’s schedule a coaching session. Not only am I professional speaker, I am a leadership expert and life-changing coach. Invest in yourself! www.pennvieau.com

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Penn Vieau  |  Leadership Expert - Speaker - Life Changing Coach  |  Madison, WI  |  www.pennvieau.com  |  www.pennvieau@gmail.com