September 20, 2018



[Excerpt from upcoming Mindsex book]

How would you describe yourself?

What stories do you tell at parties?

What parts of your personality were dictated by someone else?

What do you think when you hear the word sex?

Do you like sex?

Do you have the sex life you desire?

Do you have the level of success you desire?

How do you feel about money?

What stories do you tell about money?

These are all questions you will need to dive into in order to uncover what part of you that is linking you to the past and holding you back from your true potential.

• You are what you truly believe inside, not what you tell people.
• Your sob story is often a security blanket that prevents your grown up self from ever becoming all you can be.
• Everyone has a money mindset and a sexual mindset. When stripped off from their subconscious thinking, it is rarely something they want to continue believing.

At what stage did you hand over the story telling (and creating) to someone else?
Exploring this and helping you take back the narrator voice is essential in your getting the results you want.

How often do you revert to your sob story as a means to justify a lack of results.

It becomes bigger than your identity. The story details have actually become the plot lines that lead directly to the results you have in your life right now.

Blame game gets used to highlight why setbacks were inevitable.

Stark lack of personal responsibility and there is often no search for the lesson or oppportunity in what happened.

You can change this though. It starts with personal awareness.

Answer the questions above. The begin to ask yourself what you want your story to be.

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