Overcoming your limiting beliefs takes courage.
What are you avoiding?
There is likely something in your life which you are avoiding. Sometimes you can avoid something for a long time, but things that really need a confrontation will come back to bite you if you keep avoiding them. Think unresolved trauma or an action you took that doesn’t sit well with you. You might try to see in what ways you can make it easier to confront that thing, so you won’t have an excuse to avoid it anymore.
What do you focus on?
You’ve probably noticed that when you focus on something, you’ll attract more of it. Whether it was a certain way of behaving in your teens or the things you share as a professional in your work right now, you get back what you put out. This holds for both positive and negative things, so do and share more of what you want to see in your life. If you’re trustworthy, others will be more trustful of you, for instance.
What healthy constraints can you give yourself?
When you give yourself healthy constraints you can more easily let your creativity work for you. When literally all options are open, you’ll be paralyzed with too much choice. You won’t be able to stop overthinking when you leave all options open. But if you constrain yourself in some aspects, your creativity will solely surface highly relevant options. In turn, you’ll get to what you want much faster and in a more clear way. This takes responsibility though because you need to choose to constrain yourself, which is very difficult for most people to do.