Much of our thinking and way of living is based on how we were conditioned as children. Much of what we know about this world we live in was shaped as a child, with experiences built on top to solidify our reality.

Our thoughts and perception directly affect how we see the world. If we were taught the world is a bad place and to be fearful or careful of every situation we may have developed an overly stagnant life. On the contrary if you were raised to be fearless and go for whatever you desire, you may not fully know how to live in comfort and may make life uncomfortable for those around you.

There is no right or wrong way to perceive life, but such extremes can make us close minded, if we try to balance ourselves in all ways we can see this world for what it is, a land of infinite possibilities.

The goal of this workbook is to discover any limiting habits, thoughts or actions by identifying what it is you do and who you are currently, and building upon what you know with a balanced understanding of what could be.


An open mind that is ready to accept new information is important to growth. If you stay stuck in previous ways of thinking, there is no way to move forward.

That doesn’t mean you should accept every piece of information that you come across. When filtering out information it is a combination of your gut feeling or intuition that starts the judgement of whether or not something will work in favor of your goals.


Analyze and question the information you find.

Ask yourself…

  • Is this advice relevant?
  • Does this advice feel right for me?
  • Do I have all the information?
  • Can it be adjusted to fit me?
  • Have I experienced something different than what is suggested? Do I have something to add?
  • Is there alternative advice I haven’t found yet?
  • Is there a better way to explain this information?

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