Do You Have a Subconscious Fear of Success?
One of the people who has had a huge impact on my advanced EFT methodology is an EFT expert named Stacey Vornbrock.
Stacey was, in her words, a frustrated psychotherapist for years. She kept wanting to help her clients get better results, and searched for years to find techniques that were faster and more effective.
Now, Stacey is a Sports Performance Pioneer and she works with the cream of the crop athletes: those gifted, hard-working professionals who make a living from their ability to move through their own inner blocks and perform at their personal best, day after day.
And make no mistake, elite athletes have plenty of inner obstacles to deal with: fear, doubts, self-sabotage, muscle memory from bad plays and injuries, dealing with the physical, emotional, and mental effects of jet lag, performance anxiety, and limited comfort zones.
And how does she help athletes achieve their full performance potential?
She shows them how to use EFT on everything that has been getting in their way.
Just like professional athletes who want to achieve their peak performance, coaches, entrepreneurs, and professional service providers want to be able to easily perform at their personal best, too.
One of the biggest — and often most unexpected — challenges many entrepreneurs experience is a fear of success. At a subconscious level, they know that if they experience the level of success they keep saying they want, their life will change.
This subconscious fear actually creates much of the clutter and overwhelm that entrepreneurs also experience. When the focus is on the distractions or piles of paper or the long to-do list, the actions it would take to get more successful get put on the back burner.
To uncover possible inner obstacles to success, one great question to ask yourself is this:
If I succeed, what are some of the things I’m most worried might happen?
- people might start asking me for money
- I might lose all of my friends
- I’ll get really busy
- I’ll have more responsibilities
- other people might be jealous or resentful of my success
- I can’t be more successful than (my spouse, my parents, my best friend…)
You might discover that some of these statements bring up a visceral response in your body, too.
If you've been feeling stuck or cluttered, there might be subconscious self-sabotage going on, and it will stop you in your tracks every time you try to move ahead.
Good news. If you're feeling stuck, there is an answer. Schedule a complimentary discovery session with me and we'll see what's going on (and how to move forward).