Erase Your Problems and Boost Your Self-Confidence

Would you like to erase all of your problems with one simple action? Often we find ourselves contemplating the worst case scenarios. Is it ever going to get fixed? What will I do? How will I afford this?

These limiting beliefs shrink our potential for ever resolving these problems, better yet let’s call them “challenges”.  We soon find our confidence in succeeding, diminishing little over time.

What if there was a way I could show you how to erase your “challenges” and boost your self-confidence by following 3-simple steps – would you give it any consideration?

Of course you would, right?

Well,  this is what you can do.

3 Simple Steps to Erase Your Problems and Boost Your Self-Confidence

1. Identify your challenge

Challenges come in different sizes, shapes, and situations. They can range from a broken door to a limited mindset. Your challenge may paralyze you to the point that you fear the worse case scenario. Identify your challenge and how it makes you feel. Hold onto that feeling for a brief moment because your about to change it.

2. Set forth your intention (aka creating your vision)

If your challenge is a broken door, think of what your door would look like if it was fixed. How would it work? What would you feel like if your door was working? This very specific feeling is your vision. Right at this point you’re seeing and experiencing what it would be like to have a new door. Now you can take the next step.

3. Take action

Now that you’re crystal clear of what your door looks like and how it works, as soon as you can, head on out to the home improvement store and begin shopping for that right one. Don’t worry about price, just focus on finding the one you envisioned. Get some brochures, takes some pictures, get an installation quote.  Do what is necessary to make that happen.

These 3-simple steps will result in two possible outcomes. You either erase your problem and soon see it being resolved or your vision comes true that not only have you erased the problem and boosted your confidence but you found a way how you could replace it.

Bonus – Each time you take these critical steps (for any challenge) you begin to engage the awesome power of momentum. The more momentum you have towards reaching your goal, the sooner and easier it will come to fruition.

So there you have it, either way you look at it you come out smelling like a rose. Give it a try, you have nothing to lose.

Jerome Ratliff

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17 comments to Erase Your Problems and Boost Your Self-Confidence

  • Superb post! I hope to be able to read more just like it in the future!

  • Hi Jerome,

    Great advice! #3 is what most people have a problem with…Taking Action. But without “pulling the trigger” nothing gets accomplished :)

    Thanks for sharing your insights!

    Ilka

    • Jerome Ratliff

      You’re welcome Ilka. I know, #3 is the biggest one because you can hope, dream, and vision but if you don’t take action nothing is ever going to happen.

      Thank you so much for taking some time out of your day to visit us on here.
      Jerome

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  • Great post Jerome,

    Although I think it would be helpful to make #3 into #4 and make #3..

    #3 Revisit Past Successes

    Take the time to recall other challanges you have overcome in the past, the steps you took to beat them, and most importantly remember the way you felt after after doing a difficult job, and doing it well.

    That feeling,that memory of success will give you such a boost of self confidence you woud almost not believe just how much you are really capable of. Then Take Action with your self confidence through the roof.

    Michael

    • Jerome Ratliff

      Hi Michael,
      Thanks my friend. Yeah, I think it comes down to the whole rinse and repeat process. This creates magnificent results.

      We appreciate sharing your take on this. Make it a great day.
      Jerome

  • Great Site, Thank You! Keep up the good work.

    • Jerome Ratliff

      Hi Derrick,
      You’re welcome. Was there anything in particular that stood out that you liked? Would love to hear back from you.
      Have a fantastic day,
      Jerome

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    • Jerome Ratliff

      Hi Leora,
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      Jerome

  • Aw, this was a very good post. Finding the time and actual effort to produce a superb article… but what
    can I say… I put things off a lot and don’t manage to get nearly anything done.

    • Jerome Ratliff

      Thanks Herman. I’m guilty of putting things off too. But this really helps me >>> at some point we all have to ask ourselves if we don’t do it now, then when? That always gets me to take action.

      Jerome

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