When we have developed core beliefs about ourselves from what we have heard and experienced, we tend to focus and pay attention to what we believe and process incoming information accordingly.
Thus we develop expectations of what we think may happen in our lives based on our beliefs about ourselves, before events even happen.
We may have been told, “ You are stupid,” by someone in authority.
If our core belief becomes, “ I am stupid ,” then we may enter a situation, like work with the belief already, we are stupid.
This belief will affect how we feel about ourselves and our performance at work may not be our best.
We may get nervous, make mistakes, feel uncomfortable, NOT because we are stupid, but because we believe we are stupid.
This highlights the importance of working on our core beliefs.
Dr Joe Dispenza, a neuroscientist works on rewiring the brain, based on his research of neuroplasticity, the ability...