26 Feb Belief is a Key Ingredient to Change
Belief is a Key Ingredient to Change
Simon Wallace | 26th February 2015
Overcoming your limitations to change your behaviour for better performance is hard work. Others around you can help you but they cannot do this for you!
There is no short-cut or magic wand to effect individual or organisational change; but, there is a simple ingredient that can become your guide and driving force.
This ingredient is your belief, your attitude that is your state of mind that can make the difference between success and failure!
‘You are what you say about yourself when you are by yourself’
The answer to this statement when you think about changing ‘anything’ confirms your current belief of how good or bad you are at that task!
For those saying I am great rather than I am not very good at all change is possible!
A great chef believes that s/he is a great cook, their belief send them to search for new knowledge and skills to get even better at cooking and guides their decisions and actions to create the most wonderful dishes. Conversely, a poor chef ignores new knowledge and skills and consequently they are guided to buy takeaway meals or to create dishes that are the same each time, don’t change and are dull and boring!
Belief is a key ingredient required to change individual and organisational performance at all levels!
Challenge yourself to believe that you are brilliant at the task that you are doing right now and you might just be surprised at the results!
What are you saying about yourself right now?
About the Author
Simon Wallace is founder of The Whole Thing Group, a performance improvement addict that talks from a lot of experience. Creative entrepreneur and trusted advisor to some great companies that are achieving great things.