Stop arguing for your limitations

This is YOUR week to… stop arguing for your limitations.

Not too long ago, I found myself in a lively conversation with Rono and the Life Stylized team over how much to charge for an upcoming program.  Due to the depth of transformation available to participants in that program, Rono was trying to convince me to offer it at a higher price.

For some reason, I found myself very adamant about charging a much lower price and was quite feisty about convincing my team as to why.  limitations

The next day as I taught a preview call for the new program I began to realize how accurate Rono was about the depth of this training and how important it was to price that program according to how valuable the teachings are.

What I discovered was in order to move out of my own lack consciousness, I needed to stop arguing for my limitations! That was what was being asked of me.

Arguing for one’s limitations can be an insidious behavior and something to really become aware of when you desire to get to the next level of life, love or business.

Here’s how to recognize when you might be arguing for your limitations and what you can do about it.

1. Become aware of your resistance
Usually when you notice a strong resistance to something that should otherwise be a flow, it’s an indicator that there is an underlying belief that’s surfacing or being challenged. The key is to notice your resistance as soon as possible, and then ask yourself, why might I be resisting this?  What am I holding on to that wants to be released?

2. Identify the trigger
When something or someone is pushing your buttons, the best thing to do is not to get annoyed at the button pusher, but rather ask yourself, why do you have the button? When you can identify the trigger in you that is causing you to respond in a way that doesn’t support the best version of yourself, then you can begin to question and ultimately dismantle the underlying cause of your resistance.

3. Be clear about what you want

When you are unsure about your end goal or you haven’t taken the time to really look at the big picture of what you want, it’s easy to get caught up in limiting thoughts. To avoid falling prey to this confusion, make sure to check in with yourself along the way to see if what you are arguing for is in alignment with your big vision or going against what you say you want.

Since this is YOUR week to stop arguing for your limitations, how will you take notice of the places that you find yourself in resistance, triggered or feeling fuzzy?

Take time to get clear on what you want and then watch out for places where you still might be caught up in arguing for what’s NOT possible instead of standing for what IS possible.

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