Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Once you have eliminated a belief, what does one need to do to move forward and leave their bad behaviors behind?
  2. How do you apply the technique [Lefkoe Belief Process] on your own?
  3. I notice that your program focuses a lot on beliefs being formed in childhood. Is it possible for limiting beliefs to have come from events later in life or with people other than your parents for example after romantic disappointment?
  4. I think the biggest belief I have that keeps me from changing my life is that I can't do it – I don't have what it takes to follow though.
  5. One of the biggest roadblocks is identifying the core belief that is holding me back. I come up with a lot of peripheral beliefs. What is the best way to find the core belief that needs to be changed?

1. Once you have eliminated a belief, what does one need to do to move forward and leave their bad behaviors behind?

Answer: In a word, nothing. Once you have eliminated all the beliefs (there is rarely only one) that cause any given behavioral or emotional problem, the problem just dissolves and there is nothing more you have to do. That's what makes our programs so unique and powerful—you can eliminate a belief today and for the rest of your life you'll continue to gain the benefits of freedom from the belief.

2. How do you apply the technique [Lefkoe Belief Process] on your own?

Answer: In a sense when you try my free belief-elimination program you are doing the process on your own. The program is guiding you through the Lefkoe Method process to help you eliminate a belief. With training you can learn to do this for yourself. And some people after eliminating several beliefs with our Natural Confidence program find that they're able to eliminate beliefs on their own.

We don't guarantee that will happen to you because the program is not designed as a training in how to do the Lefkoe Method. It will help you bust 19 beliefs and 4 conditioned fears though. And if you discover how to eliminate beliefs not included in the program like several others have done, that's a nice bonus.

3. I notice that your program focuses a lot on beliefs being formed in childhood. Is it possible for limiting beliefs to have come from events later in life or with people other than your parents for example after romantic disappointment?

Answer: Almost all negative self beliefs are formed as we interact with our parents during the first five or six years of life. We form many other beliefs later in life when we encounter new situations.

We form beliefs about school in school, politics as we start reading and hearing about it, and romantic relationships as we start having them.

The Natural Confidence program doesn't directly address these areas. However, if you are unable to do well in an academic program because you lack confidence or motivation you probably need to eliminate core self beliefs such as “I'm not capable” or “I'm stupid.” If you find you can't approach members of the opposite sex you probably need to eliminate beliefs like “I'm not good enough” or “I don't matter.”

4. I think the biggest belief I have that keeps me from changing my life is that I can't do it – I don't have what it takes to follow though.

Answer: That's possible, but it's more likely that you have some beliefs keep you from following through. And of course when you notice that you don't' follow through you'll form the belief that you can't do it too. When you eliminate the beliefs that keep you from following through such as “I'm not capable” and “I'm not adequate” among others you'll find you gain the ability to take action and finish what you start.

Most people who have trouble following through on what they start find that this problem goes away when they eliminate many of the 19 beliefs included in the Natural Confidence program.

5. One of the biggest roadblocks is identifying the core belief that is holding me back. I come up with a lot of peripheral beliefs. What is the best way to find the core belief that needs to be changed?

Answer: As far as we are concerned, there is no one “core belief.” There are almost always many core self beliefs and many other beliefs causing the problem you want to get rid of.

When you find and eliminate them your life changes. The most important core beliefs that we've identified in over 20 years of working one-on-one with clients are included in the Natural Confidence program.