Episode 99 – Why Your Beliefs & Emotions Matter

In this episode of The Social Dentist, Dr. Desiree Yazdan is talking to us about our approach and intention when it comes to our business and social media marketing.  Dr. Yazdan makes an important distinction between a thought and a belief right at the beginning.

We all have tendencies to compare ourselves to others. Dr. Yazdan is showing us the real difference we should be paying attention to when we’re comparing ourselves to people who we perceive as more successful, or where we want to be in our lives. She wants us to stop thinking in the “right/wrong” or “should” mentality and makes a great point on why it doesn’t work.

Find out what “background beliefs” are and how they could be holding you back.  Dr. Yazdan is digging deep into our psychology to help us gain perspective and break down the barriers that have been holding us back. She’s giving us tools to change the negative story we’ve been telling ourselves.

The piece of advice you need to hear could be in this podcast episode. Dr. Yazdan is setting us up to have a mindset for success.  She is stripping away the excuses and negativity and stories we tell ourselves, to reveal the path to success.

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