How to Change Your Limiting Beliefs with Alena Chapman (Audio)
Your beliefs are the foundation of your actions and your actions are the foundations of your life. Let’s talk about changing your limiting beliefs and your life.
Spiritpreneur School Podcast guest Alena Chapman is the author of “You Can’t Break Free From a Prison if You Don’t Know You’re In One.”
Listen! Change Your Limiting Beliefs with Alena Chapman
Discard the heaviness of your past and move towards a lighter uplifting life! Are you ready to take a moment and get in touch with how you really feel about your life? Often when people are feeling unhappy and empty they overload themselves with activity that leads to a state of feeling emotionally numb. If your job, life and relationships feel like a routine of drudgery—you are living in a prison. However, recognizing these feelings is the first step towards a newfound awareness that can set you free. In her new book, You Can’t Escape from a Prison if You Don’t Know You’re In One, Alena Chapman takes you through life-changing exercises that enable you to burst out of your prison and explode into a dynamic new life filled with abundance, joy and purpose. Start by saying, “Enough is enough” and commit to freedom and happiness.
Who is Alena Chapman?
Alena Chapman is an author, speaker, coach, and entrepreneur. She has dedicated her life to helping others discover their true desires and create happy, fulfilling lives. Alena has studied self-improvement for over 10 years. During this journey she has developed a strong understanding of why people stay stuck in lives they do not want to live. She has instructed at Right Relations Family Enrichment, teaching the same skills she shares in her new book, “You Can’t Escape From A Prison If You Don’t Know You’re In One”.
Through book writing, compiling her weekly email newsletters, and conducting on-line group coaching sessions, Alena joyfully pursues her passion of leading people to new lives in which they experience their highest levels of happiness, confidence, strength, and purpose.