#56: "Making it in LA is hard" Doesn't Have To Be Your Story

Other people's opinions about what your experiences should be like often mirror the results that we get in our career. These "stories" seep into our subconscious and end up dictating the way in which we go after our dreams.

We develop stories about everything in our life from money, to our love lives, to our health, to our career. These stories develop when we are younger from our parents, or from our experiences, or from negative thoughts we have, or even what people around us believe.

But these stories can be rewritten. Your career can look however you want it to look. You can experience it however you want to experience it. 

When we deeply believe our stories, we seek out experiences to prove them right. If you want to change your experiences, you have to change your stories.

I mention that the first time I heard this concept was from Coach Meg Haines, and you can listen to her amazing podcast episode here, where she shares more incredible information.

When someone tells you their opinion, for example, "You're not going to make it in LA, you don't have enough talent," if you believe it to be true, it gets through to your subconscious and begins to affect the manner in which you pursue in your dream.

Your conscious mind is like the bouncer at a night club—it chooses what gets in the club (or your subconscious).

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Grab the freebie and don't just listen to this, but take action. Follow the steps to write your new story and watch as the results begin to change in your career.