Your habits, believe it or not have a lot to do with how you were brought up. If you were treated roughly when you were younger you may find it hard to trust people as you have grown older.
The people who were writing your programs were giving you what they had been given, what they believed to be true. Unfortunately, they had no idea of what they were doing in most cases. The limiting beliefs that hold you back from moving toward your dreams and goals have a lot to do with what is going on by the habits that were given to you growing up. Now at first glance you might think this is a mystic understanding on behavior, but science proves and has proven that people carry out what they habitually think about. Just take the illustration of something you have already formed as a habit like driving to work. Now most of us have a pre-planned routine, we planned on how we go to work on a daily basis and we have logically mapped that out by getting their the fastest route possible. Now think about the time you went to work with other things on your mind or by getting out the house a little late, sound familiar? Now you boogied on down to work and maybe even had a conversation in your head with your boss on why you are late. I know I have.
Looking back from a more educated perspective, it is obvious the focus of the people who were raising you, was primarily for your physical well being; they had little or no knowledge of what was happening to you mentally. It was generally believed if you were clean, warm and well-fed, the job was properly done.
Now that I have helped people with new business ideas and network marketing training and motivating of teams that have helped them either in their home business as well as showed people how to make money from home and help others with their online travel business as well as give trips away just for looking at new information. I have seen many people held back by limiting beliefs and when they change their perspective their whole lives change. Your business can be profitable.
Source by Ray E Tamayo