What’s Your Upper Limit Problem?

by Nicole Mangina on May 11, 2011

We all have them.  We get on a roll in life and everything is going just the way we want it to.  Business is flowing, our personal lives are great and then something happens to mess it all up.  The business dries up, we get in a fight with our spouse, we get sick and have to take a step back.  Something happens that wrecks the mood and completely kills your momentum.

Then it’s back to square one to start all over again.  Remember the movie Groundhogs Day where the guy has to keep repeating his day over and over and over? It’s like that, the whole 2 steps forward and one step back.

So how do you break the cycle and bust through that glass ceiling?  Figure out what your Upper Limiting Behaviors are and kick them to the curb.

Gay Hendricks has an amazing book called. “The Big Leap” that talks all about this and illustrates how it shows up in your life, where it started and how to stop it.  It’s a great book, easy to read and focuses more on the solution on the problem so you don’t have to do hours and hours of digging up dirt.  It’s about realizing it in the moment so that you can make a different choice and move on.  It’s been amazing to realize all of the ways that I limit myself through out the day.

It’s definitely one to add to your “must read” list. What other books have made a difference in your life?  Leave a comment below and let me know.

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