Are you feeling down?
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Maybe you are thinking that "today is not my day"? If so, use this positive mindset and instantly change your mood. Listen to Dr Steve's story as he shares how he got through someone who was low self-esteem to who he is today.
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Our ninth guest is Dr. Steve Taubman.
Dr Steve is a Mindset expert, Bestselling Author of Bulletproof and International Speaker. In addition to that, he is a highly successful entrepreneur who works hard and has taken his business to new levels.
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Positive Mindset- TRANSCRIPT
When I was 13 years old, I had bad self-esteem, I was insecure I was anxious and I didn't feel much of a sense of purpose in my life and I felt kind of like a loser.
And my mother loved Broadway shows and musicals and she used to bring home the record albums from the musicals and there was a show called Man of La Mancha.
It was a show about Don Quixote the big character from the old novels, from the 1500s. And there's a song in there called the impossible dream "To dream the impossible dream" and that song was almost like a call to action in my life.
I identified with the character who was a little bit odd and a little bit of an outsider, but instead of feeling bad about himself he would just give goodness and joy wherever he went and he's in that song he described how to be willing to march into hell for a heavenly cause.
Yes, I'm willing to feel uncomfortable feelings if it's going to be of value if I'm going to be able to help someone. And so, my life has been guided by that, if I look back, I think that even when I wasn't feeling great about myself, I always felt there's a certain mission that I had to make other people's lives better.
They took a little while for me to catch up with it myself and start feeling better myself but that's definitely guided my existence.
And you're keeping that present all the time when you when you're feeling down.
Okay, so it's really good to have...in NLP we call it an anchor. To have like an anchor, a mental anchor.