[New Year, New You] Day 12: Believe What You See, Not What They Say
The entire conventional education system operates on the assumption that you will dutifully swallow the information you are given, accept it as truth, then regurgitate it politely and perfectly at a specified date and time on test day. And after an average of twelve years of daily practice drilling this technique in place, it’s no wonder we tend to believe the things we’re told without questioning them, or considering whether it’s important and valuable to.
We’re cruising along at top speed during our 21-Day New Year, New You Challenge, and if you’re still here tuning in and showing up, then you are a rare breed of rebel–someone ready for the article I’m about to share with you.
While there are many obstacles you’ll have to overcome as you reach bravely in the direction of your dreams, one of the most insidious and difficult to trap happens to be the puppet show going on in your own head--the different messages and misinformation you’ve been given by people over the years which cause you to pull back, doubt yourself, or question the way you see the world and what you believe in!
Let me explain…