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The More I Learn

September 9, 2010 | Comments | Uncategorized


I just discovered a limiting belief that has really been holding me back: deep in my soul, I believed that the more I knew, the more worthy I was.

For years, my self-esteem has been at least partially dependent on my intellectual prowess. Passing the test, having the answers, being seen as a smart kid / man was what floated my boat. Being first, being best, being at the top was where I found comfort and safety.

I became addicted to winning the “smart guy game”.

The effect was that I had to keep learning and getting an “A” (or raise, promotion, or some other accolade) to feel good about myself. I wasn’t comfortable about who I was unless I was constantly learning new things and continually proving myself.

I wonder, is this a challenge / addiction with all of the other top achievers out there? Do we all measure our self-worth (at least at some level) in that way? Do we all have to be constantly proving ourselves?

For me, the choice is to stop this addiction.

Even though I will never stop learning,
    Now, I know I can be blissful and happy without learning anything new.
    Now, I know that I already have more than enough power and consciousness to be wildly successful at achieving my dreams.
    Now, I know that I don’t have to be the best, and I don’t have to come in first.

I am worthy and capable with what I already know.

Right now.

What else do you need to learn in order to feel good about yourself? Do you really believe that you can leverage your current level of Skill, Knowledge, and Presence into success? Are you still playing The Smart Guy Game, the Pretty Girl Game, the Tough Person Game or some other game?

Suggested Exercise: Make a list of the people you know who have accomplished great things despite their imperfections. Reflect on the ways in which you consider yourself to be unworthy and how that is holding you back.

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