Do you ever feel a rush of excitement when you are thinking about doing something new? I have. I was pumped, ready to face my latest adventure, only to have that feeling fade into the sunset. Have you ever experience that? If so, your response is typical. The bad news is, this “normal” response is what keeps so many people from ever going for what they want in life.
In the past, I had some excellent ideas, and I never acted on any of them. I was overly cautious about trying anything new. I know it can be excruciating to think about doing something different from what you are accustomed, however, if you want to achieve your dreams and your goals, you must step out of your comfort zone, but be careful, your subconscious mind can pull you right back toward that old safe zone.
Have you ever done anything throughout your day on complete auto-pilot? Simple tasks that you just get done without thinking about, your subconscious mind is responsible for that automatic behavior like your habits, and it takes over routine tasks and helps you to do them automatically.
Picture it like this; your subconscious mind is like a vast memory bank. Its capacity is virtually unlimited, and it permanently stores everything that ever happens to you. By the time you reach the age of 21, you have already perman