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Your beliefs, assumptions, and opinions give shape to the world, ordering the vast quantities of information and overwhelming amount of stimulation you receive every moment. As many self-mastery gurus have advised us over the years, negative or limiting beliefs tend to close down possibilities, narrow the future and put a lid on progress.
Much has been written (and fortunes built) on how to identify and end limiting beliefs. While it is important to be able to notice and work through limiting beliefs, it is also important to know and take a stand for what you "have to believe," to be proactive about what gets you out of bed in the morning, sparks your vision, fuels your choices, and instills the spirit of entrepreneurship. What do you have to believe in order to show up, serve, and prosper as an entrepreneur?
But what about positive beliefs? While it is crucial to be able to notice and work through limiting beliefs, it is also significant to know and take a stand for what you "have to believe," to be proactive about what gets you out of bed in the morning, sparks your vision, fuels your choices, and instills the spirit of entrepreneurship. A "have to belief" is a way of understanding that resonates so deeply with your sense of purpose, meaning, and service that you willingly embrace it and subordinate your choices to it. A "have to belief" is one that you hold with conscious commitment and self-reflective awareness, knowing that it is a belief (not a fact) and being responsible for the ways this belief endows your life with meaning, purpose, and focus.
There is no absolute, verifiable, objective third-party system that can prove a "have to belief." Instead you learn to hold these beliefs as a skilled fencer holds a sword, or a tournament tennis player a racquet: with a loose-and-tight grip that responds to both inner promptings and encounters with the physical world. It's important to hold a "have to belief" loosely enough to remember that you do not have the right to impose your belief on anyone else. And in this loose-enough grip, there is room to question, challenge, and evolve what you "have to believe" as you learn and grow.
At the same time, it is imperative to hold a "have to belief" tightly or firmly enough that it can order your experience (without closing down awareness of other possibilities) and provide emotional and spiritual sustenance. So what does this have to do with being open for business and your prosperity as an entrepreneur? In my view, everything. Every day I encounter in myself situations that we cannot rise to, devoid of an adequate belief system.
It is not enough to deconstruct limiting beliefs. In order to continuously craft a meaningful and functional definition of success, and to chart or re-chart your course, you must become responsible for what you have to believe and how you are about believing it. Here are some other "have to beliefs" that show up with entrepreneurs, business owners, independent professionals, and artists. Try them on for size.
Notice that a "have to belief" does not need to quarrel with reality.
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"Have to beliefs" are beliefs you choose because they make you stronger, wiser, smarter, kinder, more resilient. They challenge you to be bigger, more creative, bolder. And for every "have to belief" a new world of action is revealed. What do you have to believe in order to show up, serve, and prosper as an entrepreneur?
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