They are opinions, value judgments. We use them a lot: we look at a type of behavior and assign an adjective to this situation, judging the person who is doing it. But a fact does not define a person, that's why labels don't define who we are. Even so, they are very powerful and can limit us, being a great obstacle in the life of each one
To start you have to recognize your labels.

Tell “Tell” Tell primer big step. The second step is to accept you, Tell “Tell”. It is not a simple task, but if you don't, How do you expect others to do it? Eye, accepting you does not mean that you cannot change: it is not an excuse to justify your actions. But, from self-knowledge and acceptance, you will be able to understand where you come from, what do you want, where are you going, Why do you do what you do. And so you can start working on yourself and your reality to be able to change or adjust what you feel you need.. Let's start!

First step: The plane
After recognizing your labels, We suggest that you divide them between those you want to leave behind and those you want to keep. We invite you to remove those limiting beliefs.
Identify those labels that you feel do not lead you where you want to go.
Write them down on a piece of paper and turn it into a little plane.
I repeated this phrase when I dropped each label: “Tell, thanks for everything i learned and, without fear, Tell”.

Paso 2: Toolbox
Now visualize those attitudes and behaviors that you would like to acquire or that you already have and would like to reinforce, so that they lead you to who you choose to be.
Write down in your toolbox each of these desires or attitudes and talents that you want to keep to meet your goals.
Visualize how you would treasure and put each of these tools to use, building what you want to achieve.

I repeated this phrase when adding each of your tools to the box: “Tell”.
It is important to work on your self-knowledge as a permanent attitude. Your reality is constantly changing and from each experience you can learn something new. Life gives you every day a new opportunity to transform what does not add value and limits you; it's up to you to take advantage of it.

By Sandra Felsenstein, founder and director of DINKA, consulting firm for SMEs.