Ever wondered why people stay in a bad relationship, never progress in their career or never achieve their full potential?
Psychologists Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky showed that humans are loss averse and prefer to hold onto what they have in the short term, even if giving up what may seem a lot to them at the time, would be beneficial to them in the long term.
The ‘sunk cost fallacy’ is also responsible for keeping us in places or surrounding ourselves with people we just shouldn’t be with.
Our decisions are tainted by the emotional investments we accumulate over time and the more we have invested in something, whether that be emotion, time, effort, or money, the harder it becomes to abandon the person or the situation.
Our subconscious mind is always working on keeping the status quo and our inbuilt coping mechanism subconsciously adjusts to maintain the balance, but can seriously compromise us long term.
Our belief system or our ‘set points’ get programmed from a young age, so if we want lasting change in our lives and maximise our immeasurable talent and skills, we need to reprogram and reset our ‘set points’.
The greatest prison we can live in, is the limits we put on ourselves. There is a massive canyon between who we were, who we are now and the person we can become.
Be given the tools and strategies on:
. Learn how to identify your defensive mechanisms and develop new successful set points
. Build self-confidence and reach your full potential
. Identify your limiting subconscious belief systems and develop new ones
. Unlock your trapped mind and have no more excuses
. Don’t believe everything your mind tells you