Mastering Psychological Triggers
Triggers lead to avoidance and avoidance sabotages success
At first glance you might assume that Triggers have little relevance to success or happiness in life. The truth is, triggers may at this very moment be sabotaging the possibilities in your life beyond your awareness. Triggers are psychological pressure points that have been conditioned into us often beyond our awareness. Awareness of our internal triggers and how they influence our outcomes is absolutely essential if we are to overcome their negative influence. Triggers often lead to reduced mental health and are commonly connected to anxiety. By understanding your triggers you will gain the ability to transcend them to ensure the greatest possibility of success and happiness in your life.
What are Triggers
How triggers sabotage success
Triggers and mental health
Biology of Triggers
How to manage your triggers
Developing awareness of your triggers.
How to make Triggers work in your favour
Triggers are not unlike habits, they can be both positive and negative. Triggers are the stimulus that precedes a habit, but a trigger is often considered to be uncontrollable, negative in effect and destructive to your goals. It is important to understand triggers and to also build awareness of your own triggers so you can remove the bad ones and maintain the good ones.
Message from the Creator
One of my main Triggers was failure and so to avoid this trigger I unconsciously developed avoidance behaviours. These behaviours ensured that I wouldn’t fail, but they also sabotaged any possibility to grow and advance in life. Imagine if I hadn’t been able to identify and overcome this trigger. What would have happened? I would be stuck in a cycle of anxiety and have not progressed towards any of my goals nor advanced further in life. This is how triggers may be influencing your life in a negative way. An essential component of self development is the ability to be aware of your triggers so you may overcome them.
What you will learn
What trigger are
The biology of a trigger
How triggers are developed
How the influence of negative triggers is greatly underestimated
How to identify triggers
How overcome difficult triggers
Examples of common triggers
Why triggers lead to negative and toxic patterns of behaviour
How emotional triggers may be destroying you happiness, potential and success in life