Belief lack hurts business people

AUSTRALIAN business people are setting themselves up for

failure before they even start, says transformationalist Teya Antonio-Wright.

Ms Antonio-Wright said Austra-lians had major sub-conscious blocks when it came to money.

“We’re programmed to say we can’t have it all while Americans believe they can have it all.

“Many Australian business people have a problem seeing their success.

“They don’t think they can be wealthy – or if they are wealthy they don’t think they will be liked.

“They don’t realise those blocks are stopping them from earning the wealth they want or creating the success they want.”

Ms Antonio-Wright’s transformational work has led her to deal with a wide range of business

people from bankrupts to people having trouble taking their

business to the next level to people going from working for bosses to working for themselves.

She created Born to be Free, a program designed to help people remove the psychological blocks she believes inhibits success.

Ms Antonio-Wright also works with people from a health


“It’s great to have a great career but there is really no point if you don’t have the energy to live life across all levels,” she said.

Ms Antonio Wright’s program has also been adapted to help street kids.

She works with the John Bell Future Youth Foundation, started by the late John Bell to help children in trouble.

“It helps young people get over just about anything,” Ms Antonio-Wright said.

“It’s exciting to walk into a room full of street kids, foster kids, children already addicted to drugs and those on the verge of getting into trouble,” she said.

“Kids about to go off the rails soon snap out of it after talking to kids who have been there.

“They leave the weekend program like stunned mullets,” she said.

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