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Limiting beliefs are those things we’ve taken to heart, accepted as true and make decisions because of them. They’ve taken root, become unconscious and reflexive. We also give our power away to them, believing we are helpless against the “truth” of them. They are even likely based on past experience so the “evidence” we’ve collected validates the belief. Limiting beliefs are powerful suckers!
We get into trouble when we abandon the things we know work for us and for our team. Our dogs don’t understand why everything is different, why all the humans seem so keyed up. It’s our job as their teammates to ensure we create the most familiar routines we can so they can also focus on the run.
I think of outcome goals as the point on the horizon towards which I’m steering. Do I veer a little north or south on my way? Of course. But I know how to get back on track and most importantly, what I have to do in order to get there (aka process goals, but that’s a different blog!).