What actually is the ego though, really?
Rob Begg is an expert on helping clients identify their self-limiting beliefs and in this episode of Making Conversations Count, he talks to Wendy all about the ego.
A very misunderstood word that, you know!
Perceived to be all about bragging and flexing muscles, wealth, or fame.
In truth, it’s actually more about our self-acceptance and willingness to take on challenges that take us outside of our comfort zones.
It’s one of our biggest challenges as business owners to ensure that we have the belief within us that we can achieve whatever it is that we set out to achieve.
Mindset coaching and non-duality
Listen out for Rob’s wonderfully witty remarks about why mindset coaching takes a little more than reading a few self-help books!
The mindset coaching that Rob does is all about getting people who are busy running their own business to understand the mindset principles which are common to us all.
People are often familiar with mindset principles but they don’t know what’s going on in their own minds, or even how to change things.
I think that a lot of business gurus, therapists and influencers refer to this as ‘getting in our own way’.
That’s probably because they’ve read it in one of those self-help books!
Rob Begg's process with clients
Rob helps his clients understand how mindset works and he helps them make their mindset work for them.
This usually means helping them make changes in their own lives and consequently creating positive experiences around them, for others too!
As with all of Wendy’s conversations, there’s a deep dive on a particular aspect of the guest’s expertise.
The super tasty knowledge nugget (Oooh! “Alliteration Bingo” buzzer right here, please!) offered in this particular episode with Rob Begg is all about non-duality.
But what IS non-duality?
Think of it like this: You are you. I am me. We are separate.
However, when you go within, there is no separation between you and ‘The One’.
Ooh, a well-timed Matrix reference!
Non-duality shows us that there is no separation whatsoever between anything in the world including ourselves and others.
All at the same time, the mindset principles work to build your core mindset beliefs.
That’s why mindset has been described by business owners as one of their most important business tools.
Starting with mindset, changes ripple out into every other area of your life, and since mindset is how we filter our experiences, changing mindset will change all our experiences.
And, for the better!
Readers who are interested in that topic are encouraged to listen to the full conversation to learn more.
Find out in this episode of Making Conversations Count why your mindset is so important and also WHY successful conversations only come when you’ve got a strong mindset in place
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