Getting Beyond “The Report Card Syndrome”

5 December 2015, BKK Kids

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “We become what we think about all day long.” Everything in life begins with our thoughts: our actions, our beliefs, and ultimately, our results. Millions of people around the world are stuck in their way of life. They can’t get past a certain income, they don’t know how to attract the person of their dreams, they are stuck in a constant battle with their health, or they’re just settling for less by shoving their dreams out the window.

Every single thing that is happening in life, at this very moment, is a result of one’s thoughts, beliefs and habits.

We are taught from a very young age, even before birth, on how to think. Did you know babies start listening to the world at 5 months of age in utero? People go through their lives, and they never completely develop themselves. Humans have creative faculties that go beyond the scope of our imagination. When we’re born, we are already programmed genetically – that’s why we look like our relatives; it’s already programmed whether we think dominantly from the right or left side of our brain. Those who use more of their linear side, their left-brain, they’ve been conditioned to believe that’s where they’re going to find all the answers.

The Report Card Syndrome
When a piece of paper dictates your life

After 50 years of research, the greatest minds in the world have discovered what we call the report card syndrome. If a child gets a C on a test, the teacher and parents believe that this is who the child is, and that’s how they treat them. Soon enough, the child will begin to believe it, and will keep getting the same results over and over again. This turns into a bank statement or balance sheet syndrome when we get older – we let this piece of paper dictate who we are.

The Image Maker

Naveed & Sonika Coaching is the first company in Thailand to ever be certified by Proctor Gallagher Institute, a company founded by Bob Proctor, a highly respected leader and a master in the personal development and human potential industry for over 50 years. Based on his methods, Naveed & Sonika Coaching has taken children from failing grades to honours, and start them early on how to embrace every opportunity that comes to their imagination, going beyond The Report Card Syndrome.

Join the next Self-Image Workshop on 20 December 2015, where parents and kids can learn how to change their self-image, live the life of their dreams and expand their infinite potential. Event details can be found at: www.imagemakerworkshop.com.

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Editor’s note: This article is sponsored content by Naveed & Sonika Coaching.