Here we have various beliefs or ready to disrupt performances. These thoughts automatically became after the first trial that she believes as if they are true and real. Why do you need to disrupt these judgments/beliefs/interpretations? Why in this action lies the opportunity for change and improvement; so powerful is this matter. Eric Kuby brings even more insight to the discussion. Show him you below with an example of the same case on the basis of the statement I am shy: I am shy. It’s believed that David Fowler sees a great future in this idea. Given that I’m shy, I can not participate in the meetings of my work or generate fruitful labour relations, so I not get the recognition I need. Furthermore, as I am shy and reserved, I can not cope me in my personal relationships (friends, family and couple) as I would like, I cannot open them. I feel that this problem has no solution, since it is my way of being and I can’t change it.
I feel alone, without labor or personal opportunities and that many positive things of my being I’m not leveraging them. Results? As I can not change my way of being, everything remains the same. Let’s do the same previous period on the basis of the new Yo ESTOY remain timid statement: I am being timid. I look at doing things of shy, for example person: do not look in the eyes, I stay quiet without say, keeping a low profile does not appear too, not to offer my help, among other actions (the fact of doing nothing is also a form of action). As I am clear that my actions make me be a shy person in my environment, I know that I can change. I wonder: what are the antonyms of shy? Here some: communicative, confident, determined, unfolded I choose one of them and I wonder: do I need to do (actions) that I become an outspoken person? I get a list of actions that take me to achieve it.