Business Fit Magazine October 2019 Issue 1 | Page 48
Mindset & Emotion
Helping people who have lost focus and purpose
get back on a path of fulfilment, Alex Roseman
explains why solving our relationship with our
parents can help us find joy and success
you have with
is what you
have with the
When I share this concept with people, I regularly
get met with silence, then they take a deep look
into themselves, usually with their head tilted and
then they repeat the question back to me. Then
say “Hhmmm, that is interesting - my relationship
with my parents is... erm not great!”
How many people do you know who are truly
happy, blissful and joyful to be around and then
if asked about their parents/caregivers will not
have a kind word to say about them?
I haven’t met anyone yet.
This article is aimed to best assist you on your
journey, broken down to three simple steps on
how to Wake Up! Go Big, & Live Extraordinarily!
The story you tell yourself is like
carrying a bag of bricks
My story...My mum died when I was nine years
old and I wasn’t worthy enough for her to stay
much less live. I felt unworthy.
So what happens when you carry around
something like this?
Well, it’s not great I can tell you!
• Insecurity, which ultimately will affect your
business. If you are not secure your business
is not secure as the business is just an
extension of yourself.
• Financial success, yet left unfulfilled as this
story/burden is haunting you consciously
or unconsciously. Which keeps you from
• You never really get to express who you
really are and don’t show up as the biggest
version of yourself.
Think of one time in your life where you felt like
you hurt someone, felt guilty about a situation,
or where you may have blamed yourself and
write it down. When you understand the power
of universal law, you will see that you can’t have a
negative without a positive.
The story we tell ourselves is running in
the background and dictates our decisions