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The Brain Unlocked How To Achieve Your Big Goals 

Achieving Big Goals 


This weeks video focuses on how your brain can prevent you from setting and achieving big goals. 95-99% of what you think and do is unconscious. Your brain is set up to operate automatically from what is contained in your long-term memory. Whilst this is helpful with our basic ability to function it becomes problematic when you want to do something that is direct conflict from what is stored in your long-term memory. This is why you can often keep yourself small because going up against the unconscious beliefs you may have formed about yourself and your abilities prevents often prevents you from going outside our conditioning.

In this video I share my story of what happened when I set a big goal that was in opposition to a deep seated belief in my long term memory and what I did to get things back on track. The overall purpose of this video is to encourage you to set big goals that reflect your true potential. I believe each of us holds a piece of the puzzle and in order for the whole to be realised we need to stop playing small and become the truth of who we really are.

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Jule Fuller


Jule Fuller has over 30 years of experience in education and training assisting people to realise their true potential. She has held senior management positions  Westpac,  Merrill Lynch Australia;  TAFE as well as her own coaching and  consultancy business. In 2020 Jule developed the Authentic Self Assessment Profile which she now uses with her coaching clients.. Through her Life Purpose Coaching, Living Authentically Club and Free Resources Jule provides tools, resources, support and inspiration, no matter what you budget is. Her aim is to give everyone the opportunity to go on a journey where everyday you get to be more authentic and express the truth of who you really are. Allowing you to express your true power. purpose and potential. 

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