How To Eliminate Self Doubt Forever & The Power of Your Unconscious Mind | Peter Sage | TEDxPatras

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Why do seemingly intelligent people procrastinate? Are there really hidden patterns and belief systems within us that conspire against our best intentions? In this talk, human behaviour expert, Peter Sage, exposes some of the hidden reasons and unconscious patterns that cause us to self-sabotage and explains what we can do to change them.
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Seth Martin
Seth Martin 2 yıl önce
Been listening to a lot of TED talks recently while I’m doing chores and they make my mood so much better. I highly recommend them for anyone who’s trying to be in a positive mindset.
Exchange of Wisdom
Exchange of Wisdom 2 yıl önce
Marivi Rodriguez
Marivi Rodriguez 2 yıl önce
I totally agree!! Every TED I listeng to I find incredibly penson behind them.
Nama Slay
Nama Slay 2 yıl önce
I do the same 🤣😅 or in traffic .
Mike Rah
Mike Rah Yıl önce
It puts you in a good mood because you are experiencing BETA MIND your mind is constantly looking for this you have to feed this beta and you will live the life you couldn't even imagine. Thank me later
MK Compton
MK Compton Yıl önce
@Seth Martin & everyone... So many good Ted Talks... and my friends! Consider taking your time with these Ted Talks. Too many in 1 week, and most of it gets forgotten as there isn't enough time to reflect and consider where to apply any advise to your life. Reflection is as important as the Ted talk hitting your ear drums in the first place. Be well and Happy.
Ilona Sahakyan
Ilona Sahakyan 10 aylar önce
One of the important things he said: By mastering our sense of self we’re able to walk into a room where everything’s descending into chaos and retain our center. When everything’s breaking down around us with the eye of the storm, it’s like “ move, I’ll handle that”. That’s the best way that you’ll be able to handle uncertainty.
Iris Crain
Iris Crain 8 aylar önce
This is also one of the most misunderstood. This DOESN'T mean to take the power away from others to solve their own problems. It means to have the ability to stay calm and grounded when others are in chaos. The "move, I'll handle that" could be read as taking control - and while that's certainly necessary sometimes, especially in an emergency - it's most often a bad idea, for both the self-reliant person and for others. Not only does it contribute to burnout, feeling a lack of appreciation and overwhelm on the part of the self-reliant person, it can cause others to feel a lack of self ability and self worth, lack of resilience and co-dependency for those whom the self-reliant person is "saving." So all of the people in the situation come away feeling hurt, misunderstood and unhappy. Helping others build resiliency through your calm example and support on the other hand is a very healthy and good thing for all involved. As a recovering "fix-it" person, this is a very powerful and important distinction. Without it, that calm center is neither genuine nor long-lasting, and can be blown away with a single adverse event. Repeatedly. Sometimes, fatally.
Olubunmi Ajao
Olubunmi Ajao 7 aylar önce
A state of equanimity
supereagle 5 aylar önce
@Iris Crain yeah i learned that from being a co-founder for an ecommerce brand... things went sideways and i went into my "gotta save the business mode" and i ended up making my partner feel like he is not contributing and ended up burning myself out... but it was hard because every task he under took... it was always subpar... i am wondering if his confidence was blown
DietMilk 4 aylar önce
Batman Mode
Sharif Al Humaid
Sharif Al Humaid Yıl önce
I like his statement "Love your family, choose your friends". This TED talk summarized a lot of important topics in a short presentation.Well done.
Seeking who I am!
Seeking who I am! Yıl önce
S.H. Roy
S.H. Roy Yıl önce
Notes: 1. Stop putting the wrong things in (your brain/body). - 11:28 2. Start putting the right things in. - 14:31 3. Get the things that shouldn't be in there, out. (Find a mentor who can help you navigate) - 15:17 Quotes: 1. People never rise above the opinion of themselves. 2. No one can love us more than we love ourselves. 3. Environment trumps intention. 4. Love your family, choose your friends. 5. If you're not acting as the star of the movie of your life, you'll most likely be an extra in someone else's. 6. Be the change you want to see.
brandon sherfield
brandon sherfield Yıl önce
Thanks much...... seeing this makes it stick way better 👏👏👏🙌🙌🙏🙏
Geo B
Geo B Yıl önce
If you ever notice, sometimes we become friends with a very vulgar person. They say the worst of the worst words but you never curse in front of them. Eventually you will see they will think twice before doing so. Seen it many times and they do it automatically
GetDownShawty Yıl önce
Mira Yıl önce
Thank you ! For putting it in words
Justin Mean
Justin Mean Yıl önce
Thank you :Pray:
Katherine Ngo
Katherine Ngo 11 aylar önce
This was incredibly insightful to listen to. Thank you for sharing these wise words and great quotes! I think most people live a life of mediocrity because they don't know how to rise above the opinion of themselves and feel trapped by their negative thoughts/feelings. They operate as if they were sitting in the passenger seat of their own life instead of the driver seat because they don't learn how to control their emotions so their emotions eventually begin to control them. Mastering your emotions is extremely difficult. It's a journey and it is something that takes a lot of work.
Rob Comeau
Rob Comeau Yıl önce
Key things he said: 1. Stop putting the wrong things in. Consume the right content, hang around the right people, etc… 2. Start putting the right things in. Focus on the good, focus on the POSITIVE! 3. Get the things that shouldn’t be there, out. Work with a mentor/coach, that can reach in and find unconscious patterns to rip them out.
G Smith
G Smith Yıl önce
"People never rise above their opinions of themselves" - deeply insightful.
Charise Koger
Charise Koger Yıl önce
I felt that too
Joh Yıl önce
And in a way, hurtful when you don't have a good opinion of yourself and you believed that you just needed to see that you're better than you thought
Mads Yıl önce
Can someone explain this? :)
Larry Tartisel
Larry Tartisel Yıl önce
@Mads Without knowing it, we can have poor opinions of our own worth. We silently (sometimes not silently) question our value to the world and that gets us behaving in ways to try to prove to the world (or mostly ourselves) that we are worthy. Those behaviors of constantly striving for approval and acceptance, prove counter-productive to rising in our lives. If I think poorly of myself, I will frequently self-sabotage my life. When my worth is no longer questioned, I can meet my potential and become a greater version of my self. I've seen this said this way too "We live up to our identity, not our potential."
Mads Yıl önce
@Larry Tartisel Thank you for taking your time explaining this, it makes perfect sense now!
Win With Ms. Vonda
Win With Ms. Vonda Yıl önce
I loved his comment "start taking charge of where you point your flash light." Making a conscious decision to choose to see and embrace the positive in our world.
VERNA KHADOO 29 gün önce
Retaining my centre in the midst of chaos...that is my goal. This talk was inspiring!
Iris Moore
Iris Moore Yıl önce
I enjoyed what Peter Sage had to say and self sabotage is certainly something I've struggled with for years. I'm my number 1 fan and I deserve better and I have a part to play in this world and I'm being selfish to continue this sort if behavior. Thank Peter!😊
Julianna Versola
Julianna Versola Aylar önce
I’m learning right now that we don’t need to be friends with our family, or even have them in our lives if they are the constant negativity. I’ve learned to treat family like I treat any other relationship. We never asked to be born, so we don’t owe our parents anything. If we were meant to have a good relationship with them, they would’ve set it up that way from the beginning.
NEiL Yıl önce
This is fantastic. You can’t pour from an empty cup. I’ve been on a self mastery journey for over 20 years.The roots of self education are bitter but the fruit is sweet.
F C Yıl önce
Perfectionists can be procrastinators because they haven’t failed if they haven’t tried.
megas mpaladoros
megas mpaladoros Yıl önce
How dare you talk to me like that!
Zee Huss
Zee Huss Yıl önce
Procrastinaters are perfectionists anyway because they always wait for perfect time to do things in a perfect way, which unfortunately never comes.
Angie Melody
Angie Melody Yıl önce
I've been noticing that about myself a long time now. Still working on changing that 😩
Gabriel Rodriguez
Gabriel Rodriguez Yıl önce
@Zee Huss you know, I've noticed that in me and I'm trying to change it :) and I've progressed a lot
Jones Arikpo
Jones Arikpo 4 aylar önce
1. Love your family, choose your friends 2. Be the star of your movie 3. Start putting the right things in 4. Get the things that shouldn't be there out. 5. Commit to self mastery 6. Inspire people by being the change
wanderingstar 10 aylar önce
This talk from Peter Sage was probably the most inspiring thing I've ever heard. Sadly I'll probably continue doing nothing with my life because my self talk has always won over any fleeting inspiration I have. And when I die, only a few people will know I'm gone and only a few more will know that I ever lived. Hopefully between now and then I can at least give people a gift that I've never received; helping them to believe that they are worth something and that they can do big things if they believe in themselves.
Lucas A
Lucas A 7 aylar önce
It’s all in your head
Bigdawg214 6 aylar önce
U can change bro trust! dont give up!
Vi 3 aylar önce
What do you want from life? If you could do anything - what would you do?
ayhahga Aylar önce
I hope you're doing better now
ron ray
ron ray Yıl önce
This information is literally life changing. I pray that everyone is able to apply this information and change the projectory of not only their life but there family and community
kim mills
kim mills Yıl önce
This is one of the most valuable epiphanies in our conscious evolution! I am so unbelievably happy to be able to witness this event in our ongoing experience. It just gets more exciting !
Amber 6 aylar önce
He is speaking straight to me and my upper limit issues. Thank you
J.C. Hurtado-Prater
J.C. Hurtado-Prater 2 yıl önce
“If you don’t become the star of the movie of your life, you’ll be an extra in somebody else’s.” Pure gold. This may be one of the best TED Talks on the net.
Kosy 2 yıl önce
Stratosphere Yıl önce
Comparable with this analogy, if you zoom out far enough you’ll realize our entire Universe is infinitely more meaningless than an extra in a movie. No matter how positive and negative you are when you’re alive here on Earth, you and everything you know will be wiped out by time and forgotten for eternity eventually.
souleater0815 Yıl önce
That's a great sound but the whole talk did nothing for me.
J.C. Hurtado-Prater
J.C. Hurtado-Prater Yıl önce
@Stratosphere This is the reason we must recognize and respect how finite we are... yet, remain in the present. As long as suffering exists in the present, our choices, actions and how we spend our lives matters.
Zee Huss
Zee Huss Yıl önce
This is the best Ted Talk ever
Chris G
Chris G 3 aylar önce
“ to be midwives of each others dreams not stealing them “ wow such a inspiring quote I’m at a loss of words
Carly McGee
Carly McGee Yıl önce
I love all of the relatable analogies in the content of yours that I’ve seen, and this one really hits home. I’ve been thinking a lot about environment and partnerships, and what is really healthy. It’s a tough pill to swallow, some of it, but really getting out of that comfort zone is ultimately the most loving, terrifying thing we can do for ourselves! Yikes! 😆🙈🙏🏻
MTL 2 aylar önce
the Ant Analogy though ...Anyways, why get out of comfort zone, when you can simply change the parameters of your comfort zone, and by default achieve results REGARDLESS what is in the environment. I have people always trying to put me down, but proverbial "water off a ducks back" or as in JC's words, paraphrase blessed are ye when people speak negative about you... If you depend on someone or others to purely, only build you up, and never even hint at criticizing or discouraging you, that's pretty fragile arrangement and near-impossible to find, and even if you find it, then you'd be dependent or co-dependent, along with all the dysfunctions that brings.
Johannes Steinray
Johannes Steinray Yıl önce
Wow!! Brilliant TED talk. Listening to countless podcasts, speeches, audio books and reading too, I must say this one hits the nail on the head!! Thanks Peter!!!
Tia Johnson
Tia Johnson 9 aylar önce
"I know exactly what's going on in MY world" and "if it's important enough it will find me" I got so excited when he said that I've been trying to explain that to people for so long, but his wording was completely on point.
Avni Joshi
Avni Joshi 3 aylar önce
One of the best ted talks i have ever had the pleasure to watch. ❤
Moses Rabuka
Moses Rabuka 2 yıl önce
“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” ~ Carl Jung
Evan Tochydlowski
Evan Tochydlowski 2 yıl önce
Agus P
Agus P 2 yıl önce
That shicked😍
Yelena Ter Sargsyan
Yelena Ter Sargsyan 2 yıl önce
Aww I love that!
bald eagle
bald eagle Yıl önce
Thats by far my favorite quote thank you for sharing this
Franco M
Franco M Yıl önce
Carl could express the repressed..
Mpho Tsomo
Mpho Tsomo 6 aylar önce
I've neglected working on myself for so long and I now understand why I struggled to see change in my Life...
Christine Kramer - Real Estate London, Ontario
Christine Kramer - Real Estate London, Ontario Yıl önce
Great talk! Start putting the right things in our minds. I haven’t watched the news in 20 years either. Looking forward to the training today. 👏👏
Anna 8 aylar önce
Drop down the baggage of expectations, past failures, from your shoulders, it will make you feel at peace and content. Be ready for experience good or bad doesn't matter, you are here only to experience things, belive me good or bad, both will make you better in person. You can never make everyone happy and you are not here to impress people. Live your life the fullest.
Melannie Jones
Melannie Jones Yıl önce
One of the best TED Talks I have heard. Very clear message that gets right to the point and gives you a place to start on the road to self mastery. This one is going in my library.
zcsaerin Yıl önce
I try to change my habit and life style by waking up 6 AM although I actually wish to wake up at 5 AM but this is still okay, and I exercise, drink water, eat breakfast while listening to a lot of TED talk motivations before I start doing anything productive. I've been doing this for 3 weeks now. It definitely affects my day positively. My day is a lot better and productive. My mindset is better.
Bob Bernardus
Bob Bernardus Yıl önce
GetDownShawty Yıl önce
What are your visions for yourself and your future? How do you plan on achieving it. Keep it up
zcsaerin Yıl önce
@GetDownShawty Hi. I set a plan for my life goals and then I break it down to yearly goals, quarter goals, monthly goals, and lastly plan the actions in order to achieve them. Now that 2022 is nearing, this is a great time to plan that. Thank you and good luck!
Esther Busuttil
Esther Busuttil Yıl önce
I don’t have life goals that’s the problem. Yearly goals maybe yes. Seasonal goals better. In fact I get quite sad I don’t have life goals cos I lack direction. Anyone relate? What kind of life goals have you set if I may ask? Thank you 😊
zcsaerin Yıl önce
​@Esther Busuttil Hello! My life goals are long terms goals like 3-5 yrs. from now or 5-7 yrs. from now. I segment it like if it's physical goals like body goals, mental health goals, financial goals, career goals, etc. I can relate as I used to be like that. You just have to make time to grab a coffee or tea, sit and relax, grab a pen and paper, and start brainstorming about your life goals 😊 Hope this helps. Good luck!
The Barbara Horvat
The Barbara Horvat Yıl önce
This is a game changer. I have goosebumps. We need this kind of mentality, desperately.
JudyAnn Young
JudyAnn Young 4 aylar önce
Thank you Peter. I love the 3 Tips: Stop putting wrong things in; start putting right things in; get things out that shouldn’t be there! I’m looking forward to working with you.
Sssev xo
Sssev xo 2 aylar önce
Oh. My . God. This was one of the most bewitching and sobering videos I' ve ever watched! I really loved it, this man talks so wisely. It makes me want to listen again and again to catch the deep meaning of the things, he talked about. Thank you very much Mr. Sage and TED for this opportunity to get this knowledge!
Silna Nassar
Silna Nassar 6 aylar önce
"I have no clue what's going on in the world. But I have a clue what's going on in my world" OMG that's the best motivation I've ever got
Sten André Rigedahl
Sten André Rigedahl Yıl önce
This is an amazing speech by Peter with some real depth. Peter Sage made me really realise the power of environment. If you are in a freezer you will eventually get cold even if you dress warm. Dressing warm is not enough.
Data Rich
Data Rich Yıl önce
I always liked the phrase, "We accept the love we think we deserve". I've found that to be very true.
shay Yıl önce
i love that book so much
Asmita Acharya
Asmita Acharya Yıl önce
What book is it
shay Yıl önce
@Asmita Acharya the perks of being a wallflower
JS Yıl önce
I'm not sure I fully understand what this means. Could you explain a bit further please?
Data Rich
Data Rich Yıl önce
@JS It's a bit difficult actually. But I guess it's rooted in your self esteem. If you don't value yourself, other people read your body language and don't respect you either. And you're OK with that because that's what you feel you deserve. Someone mentioned, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, an underrated but very deeply thoughtful movie. That's where the phrase comes from. Watch it.
Saadia sabouri
Saadia sabouri Yıl önce
I need to watch this video again and again to really be conscious and understanding of his deeply words that was amazing talk .in my opinion we need like this TALK'S in our life 💟
Samson Oando
Samson Oando 4 aylar önce
By self mastery we have been informed to stop putting the wrong things in and to surround ourselves with positive people. We have also been advised to look for a coach to lead us through.
Eugenio Costa
Eugenio Costa Yıl önce
This is pure gold! You can choose to live your life by your own agenda or continue to follow somebody else's... WOW.
Kaspar Eevald
Kaspar Eevald Yıl önce
Really great and motivational speech. Simplified and transparent. Brilliant, thank you.
Rox Reyes
Rox Reyes 4 aylar önce
People will never rise above the opinion of themselves. It's a good thing we are Programmable by Design! Thank you, Peter Sage!
Derek B
Derek B Yıl önce
I was blown away by the statement "People will never rise above the opinion of themselves ". My entire life accomplishments (or lack thereof) just instantly and absolutely clicked into place with a deep seeded understanding after seeing/hearing that. I need to acquire a much better opinion of myself. I know that I am my own worst enemy and critic. Just like he said, I have allowed my environment and those around me reinforce a negative perception of myself. Brilliant TED talk.
VoixDe LaRaison
VoixDe LaRaison Yıl önce
Thank you !
The Real Peter Sage
The Real Peter Sage Yıl önce
Thank you Derek for your authenticity and vulnerability. I'm very humbled that you allow me to hold up a small mirror to remind you of your own greatness. Peter Sage
EZ RC Yıl önce
guy was wrong - low opinion of ones worth drives greatness.. high opinion of ones worth - they will never rise
Derek B
Derek B Yıl önce
@EZ RC Not true. Having little inspires action, but only in those who feel they're worth it. Schwarzenegger is a perfect example. If you don't feel you are worth it, you simply take your lumps. What you are talking about is that "I'll prove you wrong attitude", or when others don't believe in you...but it is only capitalized on when you believe in your SELF.
Boris Leoro
Boris Leoro Yıl önce
@Derek B 100%. That is the statement that changed everything for me. Why could someone who has my talents and abilities actiks I do? A deep lack of self worth.
M H Yıl önce
A huge aha for me about child behavior before they’re 7! Glad I signed up for the masterclass and can’t wait to learn more!
Jasmine 8 aylar önce
This was amazing and has become one of my fav ted talks.
Big Dreamer
Big Dreamer 2 aylar önce
I’ve listened this like 8 times in a row, each time I hear something new, this was such good info. Thank you 🙏🏽
MTL 2 aylar önce
Bob Proctor too, Proctor-Galager talks further detail on the same stuff
Carolina Septerita
Carolina Septerita 3 aylar önce
This reminds me with frankly sentences which I need. Thank you, Peter❤🙏
Denisa Ioana Suciu
Denisa Ioana Suciu Yıl önce
Such an amazing ted talk, was exactly what I needed to hear, thank you 🧡
Ravi Patel
Ravi Patel Yıl önce
Mee too 😐
Esther Ariyibi - Adewusi
Esther Ariyibi - Adewusi 2 yıl önce
"You will never rise above the opinion of yourself" There has to be that conscious effort and reawakening. Thank you
Maria Messina
Maria Messina 2 yıl önce
Anthony Betts
Anthony Betts 2 yıl önce
Atlanta718 2 yıl önce
Master Lee
Master Lee 2 yıl önce
Anyone who drives a vehicle deserve to be in debt coz they are hurting Earth.. Many mad man like David Attenborough have no rights to express how he feeling about da world when he is part of the problem
Leo on the go
Leo on the go 8 aylar önce
Great speech, although I really doubt you can get rid of doubt forever :) doubt is a assessment tool of your subconscious to get the best results. It’s not necessarily a bad thing as long as your aware of it and can convince your subconscious about your doubt by: giving yourself the write answer, assessing pros and cons and upscaling your clarity, reminding yourself your purpose, taking a step of action and repeat the process. Then it will turn into your strength on that subject and this means your subconscious has accepted the new programming. Embrace doubt as an assessment and reprogram your mind :) good luck 👍🏻
Jack Morgan
Jack Morgan 5 aylar önce
Very good input
Channeling Greatness
Channeling Greatness 9 aylar önce
Put this on repeat for twelve hours and live it today and tomorrow!!! Do it now, allow good and beautiful things to come into your life! I love you, I hope you live a joyful, prosperous life forever!
Jim Copeland
Jim Copeland Yıl önce
Wisdom comes from good judgement. Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement. When I recognize my thoughts, I'm in a state of mindfulness. When I'm able to see emotion behind those thoughts, good judgement is rarely the outcome of any action.
Terence Simons
Terence Simons Yıl önce
What a revelation. Thanks Pete.
Alan Saxon
Alan Saxon Yıl önce
This talk really did connect with me. I’ve never heard of Peter Sage but will endeavour to find out more. Love your family but choose your friends moved me deeply, to tears in fact. Still trying to make out why.
Sathya Deep
Sathya Deep 2 yıl önce
Someone give this man a medal already! One of the most important and inspiring 18 minutes of my life. This talk is exactly what he means by the right kind of programming!
Exchange of Wisdom
Exchange of Wisdom 2 yıl önce
IM THINKING THE SAME. This is one of the most important Ted talks.
Sathya Deep
Sathya Deep 2 yıl önce
@Capri I actually wrote this comment after watching it for the second time, that is two weeks ago. I had originally watched it almost two months ago, practiced what he suggested, and the results were magical in the first week itself. Now its just something I do without an active thought. Just try it 🙂
Exchange of Wisdom
Exchange of Wisdom 2 yıl önce
@Sathya Deep what did you practice specifically? I might try it too
Nabarun Deb
Nabarun Deb 10 aylar önce
11:13 - Law of Conformity 17:05 - By mastering our sense of self we are able to walk into a room where everything is descending into chaos and retain our Center. When everything is breaking down around us with the eye of the storm it's like move I'll handle it.
Crystal G
Crystal G Yıl önce
I listen to many messages, but what draws me to Peter Sage is the simple, precise ways that he communicates humanity. It opens up possibilities to transform from the inside out.
Hazelnut Meg
Hazelnut Meg 11 aylar önce
I just watchded 9 Ted talks in a row and this one's definitely the one that will stick with me most. Will definitely come back to it. So much valuable information and advice
Aniya Avery
Aniya Avery 9 aylar önce
I am just starting personal development and focusing on finding myself and this video was very inspiring. Thank you!
illuminaZoldyck 9 aylar önce
Same :) good luck to us 👍
Zachary Brown
Zachary Brown Yıl önce
Amazing! Love the content and really looking forward to the session later today! Thank you for being so insightful!
Anjana 2 yıl önce
tips mentioned in the video 1. Stop putting wrong things in. 2. Start putting positive things in. 3. Switch off media , take control of where ur focus or energy goes. 4. Gandhi - " be the change you wish to see in the world " 5. Work on yourself - be ur own master , take active control of ur inner compass n point it in the right direction..
Lucas Dias
Lucas Dias Yıl önce
One of the most important thing left out. The environment influence over you, and the influence of the others on you....
Take you with me
Take you with me Yıl önce
6.change your environment
danny Hari
danny Hari Yıl önce
@Lucas Dias well spotted Lucas
Pel's clips
Pel's clips Yıl önce
blakerdee Yıl önce
How much time did you save by using ur instead of your?
deeja Yıl önce
notes 1) be careful about what u put into ur mind-don't read news, don't follow ppl who are negative/ make you feel negative. redirect my flashlight - choose friends wisely: keep good friends -expose urself to material which supports you:film as the star of the movie in your life, don't be a film extra in someone else's life 2) thais, work on limiting beliefs and core wounds 3)master yourself-then you can deal with uncertainty - become the example to others
Caron Proctor
Caron Proctor 10 aylar önce
Love this, ' start taking charge of where you point your flashlight". Love your family, choose your friends. Get help ripping out the unhelpful habits...time management isn't about time. Love it! Work on yourself, get help ;-)
Tshepo Modise
Tshepo Modise Aylar önce
I have for years struggled with attracting people with what has become to be known as the PHD (Pull Him/Her Down Syndrome) in my life. I keep doing it over and over again and for some strange reason I cannot seem to be able to get rid of such people who constantly pulls me down. This is a challenge which I hope to overcome once I identify the reasons as to why I keep bringing such people to my life.
WAH MOMMA 7 aylar önce
Very great speech! Listening to this multiple times!
Ashanti Gibbs
Ashanti Gibbs Yıl önce
I don't know what is going on the world I know what is going on in my world. If something is important enough it will find me💕 Love that line
Matt 2 yıl önce
Most of the Ted talk seem pointless but this has to be one of the greatest.. thumbs up man.. you are describing 90 percent of the people in the world... always doubting their self because of the way they were raised..... the only person stopping you from success is yourself
Darcy 2 yıl önce
@Greatest Ever what is this the ted talk cult or sum
Exchange of Wisdom
Exchange of Wisdom 2 yıl önce
@Darcy hahahahahaa
Exchange of Wisdom
Exchange of Wisdom 2 yıl önce
I do think this is one of the greatest ted talks. It's not as fun as Simon Sinek's, but it's more important. (Atleast I think)
Zee Huss
Zee Huss Yıl önce
I'm in love with him after listening this talk.
Vidya Kamalesh
Vidya Kamalesh Yıl önce
Absolutely, this is gold. So glad I ran into this today 🙂
Anthony Forzaglia
Anthony Forzaglia Yıl önce
Thank you for all of the great insights! What struck me most was thinking about the programming I learned by age 7 -- and more importantly, the programming I have passed on to my son, which I hope is more good than bad. Lots of other great things to think about differently, so thanks for that!
IGNAkaza 11 gün önce
Your absolutely correct about this I too realized how much it distracted me from the reason I was working and complaining about what I really wanted to do with my family so these experiences awoken me and none of those things that take you away from enjoying life with your family important because the purpose has always been with us because we created it.
Ram Martinez
Ram Martinez 11 aylar önce
Clicking on this video 4 months ago for the first time, changed my life in a way I never thought possible, and it’s just the beginning of so much more. Thank you.
chenn1efer 7 aylar önce
This was indeed eye-opening. Thank you Peter.
LaDoris RobertsChappell
LaDoris RobertsChappell 6 aylar önce
I watched this on Sunday evening. I am really relating to this message. I need your help to stop this procrastination process that I have continued for all of my life. Thank you for sharing this information.
geeez 6 aylar önce
Peter Sage has done it again, Thankyou for the enlightenment Conclusion: Start working on it instead of focusing on the negativity we most likely go back to because of the lack of motivation, If we take control of that thought we will be able to defeat the uncertainty where everything won't be solved instead we're actually putting ourselves into the right direction where we'll feel so much better and stronger
Jonathan Ray
Jonathan Ray Yıl önce
This should be the 1st lesson taught in all schools. We are our thoughts. That is our reality, and how we CAN change it. We are the one we've been looking for, it has been there from the beginning.
rolandesperspective 11 aylar önce
we are not our thoughts. we are the ones observing them.
truerosie 10 aylar önce
Our lives are the results of our thoughts feelings and actions. We ARE not any of them.
Florin Florin
Florin Florin 9 aylar önce
You only have control on your thoughts and actions , when you will realize this is gonna be ok
Scottmac23 4 aylar önce
The man is kicking wisdom
Scottmac23 4 aylar önce
The Bible says watch your thoughts because it runs your life
This Video was really eye opening. Thanks so much Peter for the way you simplified the topic and made brought it down to everyday experiences!
Nakhshab Ashrafpoor
Nakhshab Ashrafpoor 4 aylar önce
You are a great role model Peter, looking forward to learn more from your experience.
Eric McDowell
Eric McDowell Yıl önce
This has to be one of the best TEDx talks EVER.
Noelene Jorgensen
Noelene Jorgensen Yıl önce
Really a "wake-up call" such meaningful Truth! Thank you for this opportunity! Awesome!
Granville Edwards
Granville Edwards Yıl önce
Great insights and clear guidance to get our thinking right. Thanks Peter.
Jutu Jamm
Jutu Jamm Yıl önce
1 - Choose to live an integrous life. Integrity in your daily routine. 2 - Choose to pass your wisdom on not your suffering, your woe, and/or your trauma. Your Wisdom or your woe - choose your wisdom. 3 - Choose to take risks don’t wait for proof. Don’t default to regrets. The majority of your fears don’t come true. Don’t look backwards for guidance - don’t look fir over to chart new … who you were doesn’t know. Seek the unknown as the possible in your newness…and nowness. 4 - Choose new words. Every word is a new universe at your service. These words have power to heal, frequencies to restore, vibrations to revitalise, energy to empower, momentum to transform. 5 - choose to get up every day and bless your day. Base your gratitude for your new day on your being alive. This day will never come again. Caroline Myss
C S Yıl önce
Thank you for amazing qoutes
CrystlMath 10 aylar önce
These are all beautiful words to live by. Thank you for sharing
Joe Willis
Joe Willis Yıl önce
The line. "The first law of personal growth" and the subsequent explanation... shook my world and opened my eyes to so much
Siddeeqah Ansari
Siddeeqah Ansari Yıl önce
I believe I am here for a reason at this season. I am in my 40's and this has helped me to understand why my life has taken the path it has.
Samra Majeed
Samra Majeed 9 aylar önce
Glad for you 😌😊
Vicka Petrishko
Vicka Petrishko 2 aylar önce
Wow! What a simple and profound message. Not easy, but simple. I wish there was a LOVE button on TRshow.
Lyubomir Lalev
Lyubomir Lalev 3 aylar önce
Thank you for sharing the idea about changing the environment. Otherwise, it always wins over time. Like the ant analogy - if it is on the back of an elephant, heading another direction, the ant cannot reach its desired direction. But if the ant goes down from the elephant to another animal, which heads its direction, the ant would rocket to its destination. Also the tip to avoid media, news, and such is amazing! Instead of these, I can learn/read about the life of people, who motivate and inspire me. The idea is to focus on what I want - I can choose this, but once my focus is on the right thing, it will change me. I loved the tip to get a mentor. It is in my to do list for this year. :) The example about the person with time management issues was great! His actual issue was not being able to say no. By taking too many things in his hands, he thought he couldn't manage his time... At the end you said something, which made me realize that I don't need any more lections, events, speeches, etc. because I have enough. Everytime a few basic principles are always there. All I need to do instead is work on myself with what I already know.
MomoTrees 11 aylar önce
17:00 "By mastering our sense of self, we're able to walk into a room, where everything's descending into chaos, and retain our center. When everything's breaking down around us, we're the eye of the storm. It's like, 'Move, I'll handle it.' See, that's the best way you'll be able to handle uncertainty." Sounds like my kid at 18. Thank you for this video.
Maja Stevkovska
Maja Stevkovska Yıl önce
"People will never rise above the opinion of themselves." Thank you for the awakening and the inspiration.
Christiana Senibo
Christiana Senibo Yıl önce
That holds so much truth
Ravi Patel
Ravi Patel Yıl önce
Really I like this too 👍
M. Amber Pfeiffer
M. Amber Pfeiffer 7 aylar önce
Powerful Statement ❤️
Juan Moltisanti
Juan Moltisanti 10 aylar önce
This is a great talk. On point and brutally honest. Thank you.
H Ast
H Ast 4 aylar önce
This is great stuff. Looking forward to a session with Peter tomorrow on self mastery.
eli 10 aylar önce
"No one can never love us more than we love ourself"
Fresh Mind
Fresh Mind 5 gün önce
Life is always made simplier for those who listen, learn and practice
Gabrielle Weiland
Gabrielle Weiland Yıl önce
"I have no clue what's going on in THE world. I have every clue what's going on in MY world and if something's important enough, it'll find me." That line made me sit back and go "woah." Thank you for this talk!
Sadia Manirumva
Sadia Manirumva 2 yıl önce
"No one can ever love us more than we love ourselves" so true
somav8 2 yıl önce
False, Jesus loves us more than we love ourselves
Cc 2 yıl önce
Wrong jesus DOES
Sadia Manirumva
Sadia Manirumva 2 yıl önce
Jesus is I am. and I am Jesus
Cc 2 yıl önce
@Sadia Manirumva only If you have the holy spirit loving in you then you are able to do great works as jesus did. But it's a slippery slope claiming the I Am bc only Jesus is the true I am. When u allow him to work through you not taking any credit for yourself but giving him all the glory then ur statement could be somewhat true. But it's still a slippery slope. Hey I'm just saying it bc I've been there with the I am and dabbled with the occult and new age. But once the love of God speaks to ur heart, u realize u were nothing without him and u are made in HIS IMAGE to rule the earth and have dominion over it. But he wanted to work hand in hand w u, never for u to do it alone. So its depending on how ur using that statement...."I am" at least in my eyes speaking from experience. But I'm not trying to argue or have a debate. Or say that you are wrong. Only that Jesus Loves you more than anything and he knows you, and you were never created to do this life alone. ♡ much love to u
Giovanny10 2 yıl önce
Not true, sometimes others can love us more than we love ourselves
Philip Harper
Philip Harper 8 gün önce
Little Johnny has to understand now the world is here to give him everything he wants or needs , he's no longer required to sabotage my success but share IT. Thank you Peter, Let's manifest -: )
viniket Yıl önce
This is one of the best Ted Talks I ever heard, exactly what I needed
Moses Agwom
Moses Agwom Yıl önce
This Ted Talk is just something I need right now. Thank you Sir Peter Sage 😊
Trish Davies
Trish Davies 4 aylar önce
I am the queen of procrastination! I have been shaken to my core by your presentations - I think you speak so profoundly to my inner being because you understand the language of the heart. I was blown wide open by your statement that life is not comfort centric it is growth centric. I am looking forward to your master class tomorrow. Bit of a jumble of statements I know - but I will be on that course come what ever is thrown in the way !
May I
May I Yıl önce
This is one of the best TEDtalks I’ve heard in the history of TEDTalks. It’s one of those speeches that we ought to replay once a month.
Brittany Eaton
Brittany Eaton Yıl önce
That was tremendous, not just because of what he said but the way he seemlessly wove an organized progression and informative narrative that held your attention from start to finish which was a succinct 18+ minutes. It could almost be used as a template for every TED talk. Top marks.
The Functional Empath
The Functional Empath Yıl önce
Excellent insight into human activity, critical thinking, a way to see the world, and being successful in your own life!
Shreyas More
Shreyas More Yıl önce
Peter Sage is one of my favourite TEDx speakers now after watching this! I love him :)
PozCreative Yıl önce
I showed this video to my mom to help her understand the internal struggles I face due to years of physical and emotional abuse. She told me that she's tired of me telling her she's a bad mother and to stop blaming her for my failure. This video did such a good describing how self-doubt manifests but if this didn't work, I feel nothing will.
Terris I
Terris I Yıl önce
This has nothing to do with what your mom did or didn't do, and everything to do with you making a concious decision overcome your self-doubt.
Bongiwe Luyanda Mayeza
Bongiwe Luyanda Mayeza Yıl önce
"Stop putting the wrong things in" this for me is gold. Thank you
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