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76: Crashing Through Your Upper Limit - Joe and Joel
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Joel and Joe talk about the Upper Limit Problem as described in Gay Hendricks book The Big Leap.   The Four Zones The Genious Zone The Zone of Excellence The Competent Zone The Incompetent Zone The Thermostat “Each of us has an inner thermostat setting that determines how much love, success, and creativity we allow ourselves to enjoy. When we exceed our inner thermostat setting, we will often do something to sabotage ourselves, causing us to drop back into the old, familiar zone where we feel secure. “Unfortunately, our thermostat setting usually gets programmed in early childhood, before we can think […]

Joel and Joe talk about the Upper Limit Problem as described in Gay Hendricks book The Big Leap.  

The Four Zones

  • The Genious Zone
  • The Zone of Excellence
  • The Competent Zone
  • The Incompetent Zone

The Thermostat

“Each of us has an inner thermostat setting that determines how much love, success, and creativity we allow ourselves to enjoy. When we exceed our inner thermostat setting, we will often do something to sabotage ourselves, causing us to drop back into the old, familiar zone where we feel secure. “Unfortunately, our thermostat setting usually gets programmed in early childhood, before we can think for ourselves. Once programmed, our Upper Limit thermostat setting holds us back from enjoying all the love, financial abundance, and creativity that’s rightfully ours. It keeps us in our Zone of Competence or at best our Zone of Excellence. It prevents us from living in the ultimate destination of the journey—our Zone of Genius.” 
 ― Gay Hendricks,

 

The Upper Limit Problem

“In my life I’ve discovered that if I cling to the notion that something’s not possible, I’m arguing in favor of limitation. And if I argue for my limitations, I get to keep them.” 

― Gay Hendricks,

“Fear is excitement without the breath.” Here’s what this intriguing statement means: the very same mechanisms that produce excitement also produce fear, and any fear can be transformed into excitement by breathing fully with it.” 
 ― Gay Hendricks,