7 stereotypes you must change

Certain ideologies are like weeds in our mindsets. They get under productive, stagnated and standing still. They place limits in your mindset and make you believe you are less. Here are 7 Stereotypes you must change in the coming year.

1. "WHAT WILL BE, WILL BE."
Anything will not be; You have to do it. You have a part to play in what is going to be in your life, so do not leave it to the destination.

2. "HALF BREAD IS BETTER THAN NONE!"
Why settle for half a loaf when you can get a whole loaf or even own a bakery. This is a limiting belief that positions you to conform to less and it is a mediocre philosophy.


3. "A fool at forty is a fool forever."
A fool at any age can be a fool forever if he refuses to let go of his foolishness. It is always never too late to become wise because the day you wake up and wise up the day of your CHANGE!

4. "ALL FINGERS ARE NOT EQUAL."
Yes! The physical fingers in your hands are not the same, but that does not make any of them have any value. Miss one, and you realize that they are all valuable. You're not even a finger, so why do you look at yourself.

5. "LIFE BEGINS AT FORTY."
If you are under forty and believe this, I am very sorry for you, because it means that you are not yet alive.

6. "What goes up must come down."
Is your age getting lower? Have your wisdom and knowledge come down? Is the price of products falling? Think, my friend, if you succeed today, it will not go down, but do not relax when you have not arrived.

7. "HE WHO LAUGHS LAST, LAUGHS BEST!"
Why laugh last when you can always laugh? And why laugh better when laughter is not a competition? When we are programmed with these strange philosophies, they limit you and limit everything around you.


Change your way of thinking and talking and you will change your world. You have the opportunity to recreate your world, starting now, do not miss
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