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Time to create energy ripples!

I firmly believe that self-doubt has its roots in the world we live in.

We are surrounded by media, magazines etc that encourages you to compare yourself to “celebrities”. They focus on the negative and the failures of others, seeding thoughts telling us that we are destined to fail too.

This seeds the thoughts of self-doubt.

Why should we try something if we’re destined to fail eh? Look at those famous people, the rich people, they fail, so why wouldn’t I!

This then becomes our thought patterns and those thought energies radiate outwards from us like when you drop a pebble in a pond, the ripples radiate away from the point of impact. And people pick up on those energies whether they realise it or not. And so radiates negativity and doubt.

Don’t believe those energies exist? Have you ever been at a party and one person enters the room and immediately the mood of the room changes. People are picking up on the energy that one person is radiating!

Some people call this Law Of Attraction, some call it manifesting. What it is though is how our universe operates. Just like in our physical world we have gravity, thermal dynamics and all that wonderful stuff, in the universe we live in, we have thought that has no limits in distance, in time and in speed!

When we make changes to our thoughts, we begin to make changes to our life and our world. Self-doubt reduces, confidence increases, happiness increases and we think clearer and faster.

Want to know more? Explore this further?

Get in touch now and let’s get on a call to find the best way we can work together!

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The Self-Doubt Coach

Darren Danks

Darren is The Self Doubt Coach. He helps you to break through the blocks that are holding you back, he cheerleads your successes and pushes you to be a better you. He has been British archery champion, holder of 9 national records and coached other archers to push through a mindset block called target shyness.

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