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Denise Griffitts Interviews Kelle Eli, The Leader in Consciousness Training.
At her core, Kelle Eli is a researcher. And her passion is Spiritual Consciousness, the power which ignites and fuels all of our outcomes. She has devoted her life to finding the tools that produce measurable and consistent results. This has given her clients lasting change, and the grounded certainty they seek.
At 15, Kelle set out to find out why people only use 10% of their potential. With degrees in Biochemistry, Physiology, and Energy Medicine, she’s applied a scientific mindset to consciousness and energy studies for 30+ years. With over 15 years experience in private practice, Kelle teaches individuals how to leverage the innate powers within their consciousness field to clear, heal and elevate their energy. Her specialty is the application of spiritual principles to create immediate energetic results.
Now, Kelle speaks nationwide on what she's discovered about Human Consciousness and how to work with the Divine to more easily receive your dreams on Earth.
Please be sure to join us in the chat room as we broadcast live and you will also be able to download the episode or find us in iTunes.
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It’s ironic that anyone should ever be scared of succeeding––since that’s typically what we most wish and pray for. Yet far too often, just when an opportunity presents itself, we allow fear to stop us from taking the risk. Why? What are we so worried about that it would cause us to subconsciously sabotage our dream? Is there something we can do to overcome our fear of success? Join our hosts, Jon and Stephen, as they discuss this topic here on BlogTalkRadio.
Get Things Done! #27
Ephesians 4:28 says: "Let him that stole steal no more: but rather let him labour, working with his hands the thing which is good, that he may have to give to him that needeth."
Our quote for today is from Ambrose Bierce. He said: "A person who doubts himself is like a man who would enlist in the ranks of his enemies and bear arms against himself. He makes his failure certain by himself being the first person to be convinced of it."
Today, in the Get Things Done podcast we are continuing with part 4 of our series titled, "Overcoming the Fear of Success".
How do you distinguish between genuine inadequacy and low self-esteem?
I wish there were some kind of litmus test that could be used to determine the difference, because it's the central question every person faces in deciding whether to try for any ambitious goal: "Do I have what it takes, or don't I?" No one can answer that question for you. Sometimes you can't answer it for yourself, either, until you've attempted the task and risked the possibility of getting in over your head, making up your mind that you'll give it your best effort anyway.
Let me just say this: chances are, your fear stems from a faulty self-image rather than from incompetence. If you have a set goal for yourself, it is probably something that you could achieve and could handle after achieving it if you would only make your move. Instead we all tend to sell ourselves short, underestimating our abilities. I referred earlier to the belief of distinguished psychologists that most humans use only a small portion of their potential, a belief shared, I think, by all thoughtful observers of the human condition.
There is nothing more damaging than the fear of success. It is natural to have a fear of failure, but there are those, who have a fear of success. Most people do not believe it is them. Most people can point the finger at other people, but deny they have a fear of success. Find out if you are hurting the Law of Attraction with your fear of success.
Join Miracle Mentor and Alchemy Life Coach Robert Zink for this important podcast.
VP Enterprise Radio is a radio show developed to discuss topics related to business, entrepreneurship and success.
The show offers tips and tricks, how-to's, guest speakers discussing their business and how they became entrepreneurs and other valuable information to lead indivduals in business with strategies to continue to move up the entrepreneurship ladder.
Overcoming Your Fear of Success 11:00 am -11:30 am
Your host, LaToya Haynes, Administrative Consultant at Driven Results VP
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Galatians 6:9 says: "And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not."
Our quote for today is from Denis Waitley. He said: "Procrastination is the fear of success. People procrastinate because they are afraid of the success that they know will result if they move ahead now. Because success is heavy, carries a responsibility with it, it is much easier to procrastinate and live on the 'someday I'll do it' philosophy."
Today, in the Get Things Done podcast we are continuing with part 3 of our series titled, “Overcoming the Fear of Success”.
Caution and fear of success are totally different things. It is prudent, of course, to avoid unnecessary risk and to set attainable goals (which presumably would not include such feats as flying near the sun on wax wings). But having established attainable goals, you should strive wholeheartedly to attain them. You should not be held back by procrastination -- or any other self-defeating behavior -- in order to hinder your progress toward those objectives you've decided are worth striving for.
What it all comes down to is dealing with yourself in a manner that is forthright and logical, instead of devious and irrational. If, for some good reason, you've really decided not to do something, then for heaven's sake don't do it. But having made that decision, eliminate the thing from your mind. Don't let it remain there in the guise of something you're "going to get around to one of these days." The accumulation of a bunch of these pseudo-objectives has a debilitating effect; their insistent nagging diverts you from the matters at hand and prevents you from enjoying your leisure time with a clear conscience.
Since Mordant is traveling from Minnesota to North Carolina, we’re revisiting SF #118 this week. We sincerely hope you enjoy it. Is fear of success a real thing? If so, why are people so afraid of this beneficial thing they keep saying that want out of life? So many people unknowingly sabotage themselves without realizing […]
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The fear of failing is always in the back of a visionarie's mind. Unanswered questions and doubts seem to plague our days and nights. But truly what is the source of this fear? Usually it is the fear of success and not failing at all. Join our host has she weighs in on the grib that fear can have on your dreams. We would love to hear from you email us at email@example.com with show suggestions and comments.