Confidence and your Subconscious

Do you ever feel insecure when going out to meet a group of people because you’re afraid they’ll judge you?

Or how about feeling like you are not in control of your life and everything is just happening to you?

Our subconscious mind interprets what’s happening around us and then stores that information out of reach of our conscious mind.

For example, you get yelled at as a kid for almost touching a hot stove; you’re scared and feel shame and guilt. You didn’t realize it at the time, but you programmed your brain to avoid people and situations where yelling happens because it caused you pain (aka avoid conflict).

Now you’re an adult. You still hate and avoid conflict so you try to not “rock the boat” and please those around you. You may try to make everything absolutely perfect so nobody can see your flaws. Or perhaps you think you’re just mediocre so you don’t take on challenges, risks, or even dream of anything better.

We, humans, like to think we are evolved, but there is still a piece of our brain that hasn’t caught up to the rest. This part of the brain has three main functions: (1) Avoid Pain, (2) Seek Pleasure, & (3) Be Efficient (aka do what’s easy).

By avoiding conflict, or even potential conflict, your brain is naturally trying to avoid pain and run the easiest program that’s been running for years–AVOID AT ALL COSTS.

But here’s the thing, coaching and mindset work helps you to create new programs that propel you forward rather than hold you back.

You’re invited!

I would like to personally invite you to join me for my upcoming 6-week course, (Sub)conscious Confidence. In this course, we will teach you how to hack your subconscious to learn from your own inner wisdom; create new programs that help you get the results you actually want; and create authentic confidence from the inside out.

For more details and to register, click the button below.



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change how you show up for yourself in your world, then go out and change the world!

Cam Nichols

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