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1. Negative Thoughts About Yourself Are Holding You Back

1. Negative Thoughts About Yourself Are Holding You Back

  • The negative things that you subconsciously believe about yourself and the world keep you trapped in a kind of sleep (Big Snooze).
  • Fortunately, you’re more than capable of freeing yourself from the crippling power of the Big Snooze. How? It starts with giving yourself a big loving pat on the back. 

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