3 ways to stop your limiting beliefs

You have something to offer, and someone wants it.

STOP saying “I could never make a living doing ________ (insert that thing you LOVE to do)”.

Anything is possible—just search the internet and you can find people selling products and services that range from common to super obscure.

What you have to offer is something that someone else will want or need. And only you can give it in your way. It’s completely possible and it’s likely the only thing standing in your way, is yourself and your limiting belief.

Here are 3 small and simple ways to start believing in what you have to offer:

  1. Get inspired. I’m positive that whatever you love to do, there is someone else out there doing it. Look around and get inspired by what others are doing. Reach out and learn more about their story and how they started their business. It helps to expand your mind and know that things are possible.

  2. Practice. Start with the people you know and offer your service for free. If you love to organize, tell your friends on Facebook you’re looking for 5 rooms to organize for free. If you love teaching art to kids, post a free zoom class. If you love fitness, ask if anyone would like to workout with you using your plan.

    Start practicing and get feedback. You don’t have to worry about formalizing it yet, just start doing it! You’ll enjoy the work and you’ll get validation that people want what you have to offer.

  3. Change your thinking. Know this—people want what you have. If it’s something you really love doing, you’ll work hard enough to make it happen. Your enthusiasm and authenticity will draw people to you. When you step into who you really want to be, it’s magnetic.

Limiting beliefs hold us back but there is certainly a way out of it and it starts with a few small changes. Get inspired, practice, and reprogram your thinking and you’ll be ready to level up.

Written By
Stacy Kim

Stacy Kim

Stacy Kim, the founder of KUMA Fit (a women’s kickboxing & fitness studio in Saco, Maine) and Stacy Kim Coaching, has dedicated her life to teaching. She has taught over 10,000 classes and has trained in martial arts and fitness for over 15 years. Today, her mission is to redefine what fitness means for women, to stop objectifying the body, and focus on moving to feel strong.

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