What separates the successful from the unsuccessful and the rich from the poor has less to do with their knowledge, skills or luck but rather their mindset. A mindset that is geared for success is characterized by a burning desire to succeed and in conquering fear. On the other hand, a mind that limits itself and which is filled with negativity is set up for failure or less than satisfactory results.
In fact, the limitations we experience in life are often the result of our own mental limitations. One good example that inspires us is Roger Bannister when he broke the four-minute mile. Previous to his record, most people considered it impossible to run a mile in less than four minutes. But once Bannister did it, many people quickly followed suit. All it took was a mindset change for people to believe that they could do it.
If you are not as successful as you would like, it is likely that you have some negative beliefs. It may also be that success frigtens you. You may associate success to be doing well in your work but also with having less time for your family or other more favorite pursuits. When you have an internal struggle and feel that you are unable to balance your time between work and family, you will find it hard to be the success that you had dreamed of.
Another form of negative belief is associated with low confidence. Subconsciously, you believe that you can not make it. And that others can do always do it better than you. When you meet with challenges and difficulties, you feel like giving up. Your mind gives you plenty of reasons why you should not fight anymore but instead, take the safe way out. You believe that you do not have the abilities to become a success. There is plenty of self doubt.
It is important that you deal with your negative beliefs, whatever they are. Get real about your negative emotions instead of condemning them. I have come across many people who prefer to skip this part of the healing process, and instead would prefer to will themselves to be positive. Unfortunately, the hardest way, which is to face the negative beliefs, is sometimes the best way to getting the ultimate results you really deserve.
Certain therapies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, may help expedite your healing. Subliminal messaging and daily affirmations can also help build inroads into your subconscious mind for positive changes.
You can choose to break your big goals into smaller ones, so that you gain confidence that you are progressing. This helps you to overcome some of your negative beliefs that you can not achieve success.
Consider adopting a millionaire mindset. Open your mind to believe that you can do it and that you can have anything you desire. When you start changing your mindset, things that you view previously as obstacles become opportunities that you can leakage on or life lessons that you need to go through, while you are on the way to success.