Hey there, fellow wanderers of the wild and unpredictable adulting realm! Today I’d like to take you on a little journey that explores the untamed wilderness of the proverbial life crisis.
I know, I know, I feel like I can already hear you saying, “Oh no, this sounds like it’ll be really depressing.” But, stick with me here, because I would like to offer the perspective that going through my own life crisis was actually one of the best things that ever happened to me. Sure, it can be kind of terrifyingly depressing at first (I’m not one who is going to flat-out lie to you), but I also think that it can end up being a much-needed kick in the pants in life if you open yourself up to receive its bigger message. Much like anything else, though, it’s all about your perspective and what you choose to do with the experience. So, I’d like to take this opportunity to share my hot take on it and provide some new, fresh...
Limiting beliefs are thoughts and ideas that hold you back from reaching your goals in life. They can be the invisible walls that prevent you from taking the next big step or even reaching for a goal that seems out of reach. These negative thought patterns can be incredibly difficult to defeat because they are often deeply ingrained in our subconscious mind.
However, the CTFAR method, which stands for Circumstance, Thoughts, Feelings, Actions, and Results, is a powerful framework that can help you identify and overcome limiting beliefs. Let's take a closer look at each component of the CTFAR method:
Circumstance: This is the objective situation or event that triggers your thoughts.
Thoughts: These are the interpretations or meanings that you attach to the circumstance. They are often based on our past experiences, beliefs, and values.
Feelings: These are the emotional responses that your thoughts create. They can range from positive emotions, such as happiness and excitement, to...