How to shift self-doubt

You know the movie with Bill Murray? The one where the guy wakes up to the same day over and over again?

There’s actually a powerful process there for you to apply to your business.

One of the things that stops many business owners from growing their business is Self-doubt

“What if I fail?”

“What if this is another thing that I don’t follow through to completion?”

“What if I’m not good enough?”

“What if I let others down, again?”

These are more common than you probably think.

Yes, you may have made mistakes in the past, we all do. (God knows I have!) But what if you permanently learned from your past experiences so you didn’t ever repeat them again, instead of letting any of these self-doubting thoughts stop you from taking big bold steps toward your future growth?

That’s the Groundhog Day process I’m teaching in this week’s training. It’s really, really powerful. Watch it now:

I use this process with my Team all of the time, every day. All of our clients at The Client Attraction Business School use it. (They say to each other, “Just GHD it.”) I use it with my kids, and it’s also a process my husband and I use at home.

If you woke up every day and had the opportunity to have a “do over,” what would you do differently?

You would do more of what worked and less of what didn’t, right? That’s what this process allows you to do. So when something doesn’t work, instead of succumbing to self-doubt…

Ask these questions instead:

What worked? Claim your success!

What didn’t work? Take responsibility and own the situation. Be willing to go deep.

What would you do differently? This is where the learning happens that you can apply going forward.

What non-negotiable systems, standards and procedures will you now put in place?  

You see, mistakes aren’t the problem. Failures aren’t the problem. Past experience is not the problem. The problem is repeating the same pattern over and over and expecting different results.

Be willing to do what others are not willing to do, and follow this process that allows you to learn and grow from your experiences. Your results will soar because of this Groundhog Day process, just like hundreds of our clients experience.

How do you think you could use this GHD process going forward? Let me know in the comments!

Big hugs,
Fabienne

P.S. Let this be something you DO and not something you KNOW. Implementation of this process is the pathway to your exponential growth. I’m here cheering you on!

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  1. John Maxwell says that if you fail, make sure you fail forward. In other words, learn from what went “wrong.” I appreciate the way you put it Fabienne. Learning to fail forward is part of mindset. At 55, I am still trying to develop this skill.

    1. If you didn’t do anything stupid and you fail it was a very valuable education….
      So if you take a good shot at a valid opportunity we really can’t fail….You’ll have that info for the next opportunity…

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