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Overcoming Learned Helplessness

Lesson 13 from: FAST CLASS: How to Break the Habit of Self-Doubt and Build Real Confidence

Mel Robbins

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13. Overcoming Learned Helplessness

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Overcoming Learned Helplessness

so helplessness. Um, this is when you feel, uh, completely at a loss. Your victim. You, um you just it's typically triggered by insecurity and low self worth. Which again, is something you learned. You either play the victim, and these are bad things. Like I don't want you to hear like, Ooh, that's ma'am a victim mood. Now it's just it's a flavor of the same thing. You're no different than the lawyer that Zane is. You just have a different like tone toe how you do it. You're still taking actions that stop you. You know the solution, but you just feel helpless and actually making it happen. You might find yourself being the kind of person that sees things that nothing ever goes your way, that, you know, you might feel like you got every book, every excuse in the book, and this isn't a bad thing. Like, I want you to understand that I want you to start the laugh at yourself in the kind of stupid stuff that you're doing truly. I mean, Jenny looks so freed up because she's like, man, I, lik...

e, was filming from here. Over here. I got a show coming out of this thing. This is amazing, you know, being such an idiot. I mean, all the stuff that I used to do so dumb, so dumb s O. This is not a bad or a week label. It is just the stupid stuff you do. And we all do stupid stuff.

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Looking to build some more confidence and push through the imposter feeling I have trying to sell myself as a self taught artist. Happy to say I use the 54321 rule a lot and I didn’t know it. I call it my what have I got to loose rule. I also learned some new techniques and good “habits” to keep my day on track and prepare myself against any fear or anxiety I may encounter when powering through my day. A great motivator, Mel keeps it simple with advice and tips backed by proven scientific research . Highly recommend this

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I feel so called out! And that's a really good thing!

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