Reprogram Our Subconscious Mind

Debbie Reid // January 6 // 0 Comments

The Path to Happiness!

We are learning to reprogram our subconscious mind to lead us down the Path to Happiness. One of the essential things needed to understand and do is believe in yourself. Just what does that mean? It would be best if you had faith in yourself, your abilities. 

Knowing that you are capable of anything you set out to do or achieve. It is accepting in yourself, overcoming self-doubt, and having the confidence to have the CAN DO attitude, take action and get things done. .

Believing in yourself is accepting who YOU are. Be proud of yourself, the person, and confident in your feelings and opinions. Giving yourself the ability to carry positive energy and the confidence you can handle most anything life offers you.

So ask yourself, how do I believe in myself? The first thing you can do is trust yourself!

You ask how. Well, let us dive in and consider these easy tips.

Tips for building trust in yourself

  1. Be yourself. Be confident in your heart and stand for yourself, not someone else.
  2. Set reasonable goals. 
  3. Be kind to yourself.
  4. Build on your strengths. Furthermore, use them wisely.
  5. Spend time with yourself. Do not let outside forces (others) tear down your belief. Stand proud of who you are.
  6. Be decisive. 

The last one may be a challenge for many of us. However, it is essential to believe. 

Remember, we make decisions all of the time. Many we do without much thought. What we wear, what we eat, and on and on.

Many of these decisions are based on habits. Which sometimes as long as we have good habits. We are saving our brain energy for more important decisions. Ones that matter, many decisions can significantly affect our lives.

It is being decisive at making decisions, significantly when they matter most. This will help take us down the Path to Happiness with confidence and joy.

Taking the time to learn the art of decisive decision-making will save us from the indecision and uncertainty that causes us much pain and suffering in our everyday lives.

So learning to be self-confident takes you down the road to being a decisive person. It is not about being right, and it knows that even when you are wrong, you are a better person. You will be open to learning from life's lessons, with the spirit and confidence to feed your mind, learn, grow, and gain a more profound belief in yourself. You will learn to make up your mind more quickly and trust your abilities.

In turn, as you grow and change your mindset, you will become more resilient and build inner strength. With these two assets, belief and decisiveness, you will learn to be a problem solver, leader, and master of your emotions. In turn, naturally attract others with similar strong qualities.


Practice, practice, practice. Luckily this is a skill that you can practice. The good news is that decision-making is a skill you can practice. This skill is easy for some, but decisions will come easier with practice.

For example, many of us struggle to decide a simple choice of where we should go for dinner. Alternatively, we scan the menu to decide what to order.

Give it a try next time these two questions come up. Be the first to suggest a place. (You can change it), However, just taking the step to decide is one step closer to being decisive. The once the menu is in front of you, make your decision in short order.

Nevertheless, let me warn you, you have to be open to change. Furthermore, the first secret is to OVERCOME Your fears.

This fear can consume us if we are not careful. Suppose you are indecisive at every turn, starting with where to eat, what to wear. Then, start there. Focus on making those decisions. Get up in the morning, decide what to wear, and follow-through. Stop having that endless conversation with yourself that only feeds your fears, not allowing you to move forward and grow. It can be awkward at first but keep pushing forward with those decisions. Do not overthink, do.

It may sound trivial, and yes, any decision symbolizes some change, which can affect our lives and the lives of those we love.
This fear can also consume us to destruction. It can nearly paralyze you. Most often at the time, you need to be decisive.

Instead of fearing change, you would be wise to embrace it. Being open to change is a healthier way to approach your fear. Do not be afraid of change or making the wrong choices, for that matter. Now I am not saying to blunder through and make bad choices and live with it. 

No, you will grow and learn and become stronger for it.

Being open to change is healthier than being fearful. Just remember, life is changing, with or without our approval. Even when you are not sure of it, making a decision means taking control of your life.


Even a decisive person is nervous and uncertain when making choices. The main difference is that they are willing and have learned to make that choice. Remember, even when a poor decision is made. This leads to better choices down the road. We learn and grow.

No one is certain about everything all of the time.
A decision can turn out to be the wrong one. So what? Learning from a wrong decision is not always a bad thing. By being more decisive, we are better equipped to learn quickly.

Remember this. A poor decision leads to a better one,
whereas no decision leads to fear and no confidence in one's abilities.

Not making decisions, nothing will get better—over time by failing forward. You will grow in the art of being decisive! Learning to make decisions, you will grow from the experiences.

Beginning to make those decisions right or wrong will give you skills to lead, at work, and in life.
No more overthinking. Start practicing being decisive!


Often if we visualize, we condition our mind to make decisions faster. We can achieve our goals and apply the same concept when learning to be decisive. Go through your options and visualize the cause and effect of each. Quickly process both the positive and negatives. 

Do not allow yourself to focus on the negative. Look at both positive and negative in a neutral manner. Call this a process or action plan and stick to it. This exercise in making decisions is a strategy that will condition your mind to make straightforward and faster decisions moving forward into the future. 


You have heard the saying, "take small steps." Baby step your decision process, making things easier. For example, you are going to dinner and deciding what to order. Pick one of those tasks the first time out, and decide. Make the steps to focus and make the decision. With practice, it gets easier. It is almost second nature if you work at it and learn along the way.

Put your brain muscle to work, harnessing the power of making your decisions. Notice I said YOUR decisions. Each decision you make is an exercise. You are strengthening the muscle to work for you, not against you. Soon, you will be more decisive and not even think about it.

While you work through your decision-making process on those big-ticket items, do not let your fears overtake and get in the way. Particularly on major choices requiring your undivided attention, do not cave to the negatives. Stay focused.

Remember, most of your first impulses or response, usually the best option.

Using the process:

1 Break down more significant decisions

2 Use a decision tree if needed, write it down

3 Visualize and do the neutral assessment

4 Set time limit

5 Reflect on your first impression 

6 Do not let the negatives get in the way 

7 No fears allowed

8 No overthinking

9 Think of big decisions as a series of smaller ones

"Practice makes perfect!"


Seeking Perfection is, in some ways, a fear-controlling choice.

Successful people tend to be masters of decisive. Having the same obstacles, they have learned to make decisions and avoid pursuing Perfection most of the time. Often, "good enough" is Perfection.

Fear controls us when we are constantly searching for Perfection.

Stop thinking of decisions as life-or-death and think of them as stepping stones and learning experiences. In time and with practice, the urge for Perfection will fade. The urge to make every decision perfect will fade.

Weigh your decisions and relate them to the big picture you have for you.

Do these choices affect you and your goals? Most important, can you accept the consequences when things do not go as planned?

So on this journey, here are some great tips to help you reprogram your subconscious mind and master the art of making decisions.

  ✴ First and foremost, believe in yourself.

  ✴ Understand what is holding you back so you can overcome it.

  ✴ Spend time in quiet self-reflection, prayer, or meditation at least once a day.

  ✴ Guard everything that enters and leaves your mind.

  ✴ Know what you want in concrete terms.

  ✴ Remove all sources of negativity from your life. 

  ✴ Surround yourself with success-minded people.

  ✴ Create a realistic plan to attain your deepest desires.

  ✴ Take positive steps each day toward what you want to attract.

  ✴ Focus on the present – as if you have already attracted the things you want.

  ✴ Create visual reminders of your goals.

  ✴ Make a recording of your favorite affirmations or buy a self-hypnosis CD.

  ✴ Avoid conflicting messages by matching your feelings with your desires.

  ✴ Write a newspaper report about your success as if it has already happened.

  ✴ Be an advocate for yourself.

  ✴ Have an attitude of gratitude.

  ✴ Choose to carry a positive attitude at all times.

Attached is the Tip Sheet to remind you and help focus and change your subconscious mind!


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About the Author Debbie Reid

Nurse for many 25+ years, Experienced Medical Bill Auditor, Life Coach. Extensive knowledge and experience with saving money on Healthcare!

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