EP #73: Uneducated Perceptions Can Paralyze Life Experiences

With our brains processing tons of information at an extremely fast rate, we tend to pick up false information. We are so hungry for knowledge, but believing everything we hear can paralyze us into false accusations. Belief without research can limit your experiences and scare you into your own prison of paralysis.

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Being nice and cozy in your own beliefs can cause you to miss out on some amazing opportunities. If you are hesitant to travel because you have heard on the news how many plane crashes occur, you may want to research your assumption. Digging up the number of flights compared to crashes would give you the sense of peace to get you on that plane.

Did someone else create that assumption for you? If you base your opinion on other people’s opinions, or stereotypes, you can miss out on a great restaurant, a great travel opportunity or an entire state. Does it snow all year in Colorado? Are there even sports bars in Texas? Don’t blindly believe, look it up!

How much of your perceptions are true? Have you taken the time to look at new information? There is more data everyday. Don’t limit yourself to your assumptions or anyone else’s. Educate yourself to make sure you’re getting the most out of your life!

What You’ll Learn From This Episode:

    • How to eliminate the paralyses-causing perceptions.
    • The benefits of researching your assumptions.
    • How factual truth can lead to an exciting adventure.

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