One example for me where I haven’t got that thought process subconsciously embedded yet, is running or working out. I still often run the “you should give up” unconscious dialogue in my mind.
But now I can consciously talk over that dialogue with dialogue that’s pulled from my mindset in business. Dialogue like:
“No, I don’t give up. I’m someone who doesn’t give up and I’ve proved that time and time again in my career, and now with my business as well. I never give up, I keep pushing forwards no matter what. I don’t give up in business and therefore I won’t give up here, that’s not who I am. I’m not going to give up”
By attaching this statement to my core values of who I believe I am in business, I can transfer those beliefs to a completely new area of my life. This causes my subconscious to shut up, stop working against me, and instead start working with me.
If you believe that you’re a great sportsman, or that you’re great at listening to people, or that people respect you because of your knowledge in a certain field… All the beliefs and dialogues that you run in your mind relative to those things that you’re really good at, can be transferred to other things that you want to be really good at as well.
You only need to be consciously aware that they’re happening in the background, and then you can use them to get your subconscious mind on your side.
The outside world that we create around is, is a direct result of the internal dialogue that happens between our ears. So instead of letting ourselves run fear-driven dialogue, creating results-driven dialogue instead will massively improve our quality of life in all areas through minimal effort.