Our beliefs about our current reality, options and potential can be somewhat illogical and fallible and steeped in bias based on experience. The problem is that these beliefs can be a huge hinderance to our success. Everything we learnt from our teachers, family and friends is embedded in our brain and has shaped our everyday life. The truth is that our memory is like a filing cabinet filled with random bytes of information based on the experiences we have (and don’t have), and that we continually deconstruct and reconstruct; a filing cabinet rather than an actual collection of true facts and accurate reality. We pull bits and pieces together and develop beliefs about how things were, are, should, and can be. We develop blockers and biases that often do not serve us, and then we make faulty assumptions to fill in gaps.