How Self-Identity Shapes our Behavior and Holds Us Back with April Seifert, Ph.D.Aug 05, 2019
NOTE: This is a legacy episode from the Women Inspired podcast, before it transitioned to be the Building Psychological Strength podcast. While you will hear some mention of the Women Inspired brand during this episode, the content is highly relevant to the goals of Peak Mind, which is why we have included it here. Enjoy!
Fill in the blank: I’m the type of person who __________.
Are you the type of person who takes risks? Makes a lot of money? Needs the support of other people? Is brave?
The way you instinctively answer these questions can tell you a lot about your self-identity, and this is what we’re zeroing in on for this special mini episode of the podcast.
Here’s what we’re digging into:
What is our self-identity? From a Cognitive Psych perspective, we’re digging into what our self-identity actually is and how it was formed. As it turns out, our minds are powerful, but not that sophisticated.
How our self-identity shapes our behavior. Your self-identity is one of the things that draws a line around your comfort zone. It keeps you safe, but it also holds you back. We’re digging into how that happens.
How to reach your true potential, in spite of your self-identity. The self-limiting parts of our identities can keep us from reaching our true potential, but there is hope! This is why I’ve created the free download you can snag for yourself. Simply sign up for the Peak Mind Starter Pack, and you'll get instant access!
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