Mental Toughness Blueprint Emotional Self-Mastery

Overcoming Learned Helplessness

Are you feeling helpless about a situation or a goal? That’s an experience we all had at one time or another.

Are you doubting your ability to achieve a goal or make a shift in perspective?

Do you feel frustrated and helpless at times? 

So many bad things beyond your control have happened.

And when you feel like you have no control over what happens, do you tend to simply give up and accept your fate?

You are left overwhelmed, so you have stopped trying to help yourself.

Your vitality and motivation are gone. 

You are discouraged. You believe that nothing you do matters. 

You have lost so many times and learned to become helpless.

And now, you have resigned and become complacent, even though you could take action to help yourself. 

And you begin to behave helplessly and to overlook opportunities for relief or change. 

If you recognize yourself doing the above, you are dealing with learned helplessness.
Helplessness is defined as being unable to help oneself, powerless, or incompetent. Also lacking support or protection.
Learned helplessness is the conviction that your actions do not matter, that your problem has no solution. Since you have tried and failed in the past, you believe nothing you do will make a difference.

How learned helplessness is manifesting in your daily life

You have the belief that you cannot succeed, you cannot win or achieve your goal right now. Because you have tried to accomplish something in the past, and you failed.

As a result of this initial failure, you have come to the conclusion that you are not good at doing that specific thing, or, that you are not talented.

And that first time when you experienced the failure, you felt like you couldn’t control the outcome. So the next time when you have to do the same thing in the future, you assume that you again have no control over your outcome.

And now, you are feeling helpless when you are not because you felt helpless in the past.

Most people, once “infected” with learned helplessness, cannot bear to try again to win. It makes them feel too vulnerable.

When they are not winning, most people disown their desires and pretend that they don’t care about them.

Because once you have learned helplessness, you end up in the victim mode or victim mindset.

What do you tell yourself that you can not?

Your learned helplessness is in every “I can’t __” 
I can’t do it!
I can’t get promoted at this job.
I can’t convince my boss of _____.
I can’t make my boss listening to me.
I can’t get my dad/partner to make time for me.
I can’t make money with my business.
I can’t get a rise.
I can’t get my spouse to really love me.
You want to save money, but every time you try, an unexpected expense crops up, and you start spending again.

♦ Helplessness is taking over each and every aspect of your life for as long as you decide to let it control your life.

♦ Thoughts and behavior that may result from learned helplessness can be expressed through terms such as complacency, apathy, discouraged, demoralized, and futility.

Consider your own life for a moment… what have you quietly given up on when it comes to career, love, or money? 

The opposite of learned helplessness is learned mastery, learned optimism, and hardiness. Control—the ability to change things through voluntary action— is the opposite of helplessness.

Do you want to get control over your achievements? 

…I’ve been created

Mental Toughness Blueprint – Emotional self-mastery

Overcoming Learned Helplessness


for this, and I’m ready to help make this your reality.

Why emotional self-mastery?

In Metal Toughness, Emotional Self-Mastery is the ability to stay in control and triumph when facing setbacks, loss, disappointments, challenges, and adversity.

What is the benefit of having the intangible Mental Toughness factor?

You’ll be able to start from ground zero and build a lifetime of superior results against all the odds. That’s the foundation of genuine, lasting confidence.

How it would be like to be able to break the cycle of your Learned Helplessness?

This is a Transformational Coaching Process designed to help you overcome your conditioned behavior, your learned helplessness.

WHAT'S INSIDE

Mental Toughness Blueprint -Emotional Self-Mastery

Overcoming Learned Helplessness

This is 3 steps coaching process, designed to reverse your learned helplessness so you can defeat any life problem.

Step #1 – Overcome Learned Helplessness
Step #2 – Commitment
Step #3 – Competence

The Transformational Coaching Process contains 4 online sessions 1 on 1 coaching, designed to help you overcome your learned helplessness.

Part of Mental Toughness Coaching,the 4 sessions will walk you through the process, helping you to begin to build your self-emotional mastery.

The process will be applied to give you self-mastery in the area of your choice: career and business, relationships or money or wealth.

With Emotional self-mastery – Overcoming Learned Helplessness, you have the chance to achieve complete emotional self-mastery in a critical part of your life by overcoming your learned helplessness.

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We bring to you a revolutionary transformational coaching process, in which Raluca blends her experience as a former C-Level with Neuroscience, Quantum Mechanics Principles and NLP. Raluca decided to pull back the curtain on some of the most effective and advanced tools and tactics she has used as an Executive, and have helped her to navigate unpredictable events. For the first time, outside of corporate offices, all these become available to the public.
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Mental Toughness Blueprint -Emotional Self-Mastery

Overcoming Learned Helplessness

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Do you feel like giving up?

Your expectations of future outcomes no longer depend on your actions? 

Do you believe: It won’t matter what I do? 

Do you believe: I have no control over the outcome. 

Do you hold the belief that your actions are futile? 

Do you believe you are incompetent?

Are you feeling helpless when you’re not because you were helpless in the past?

Learned helplessness as a giving up response that leads to passivity can be found in all aspects of your life. For example:

CAREER

  • You have a secure, well-paying job, but yearn for a more meaningful one. Gradually, you resign yourself to your position. Your learned helplessness: “I’ll never figure out what I want,” or “It’s too late to make a change.” 
  • Your assistant has missed several deadlines despite reprimands from you. You do her work, reducing your efficiency. Your learned helplessness: “She’s not conscientious,” or “She won’t listen.” 
  • You admire your boss, but he rarely listens to your ideas. Gradually you stop offering them. Your learned helplessness: “He doesn’t respect me,” or “His ego is too big to listen.” 

RELATIONSHIP

  • Your divorce was finalized two years ago, but you’ve avoided serious relationships since your spouse rejected you. Your learned helplessness: “I’m unlovable,” or “People who love me abandon me.” 
  • Your husband is not as enthusiastic about childcare as you are. You sign up for an evening course, but don’t tell him. Your learned helplessness: “He won’t help,” or “He won’t listen.” 
  • Your son has been underachieving for years. You’ve given him advice and support, but nothing helps long term. Your learned helplessness: “He’ll never change.” 

MONEY

  • You want to save money, but every time you try, an unexpected expense crops up, and you start spending again. Your learned helplessness: “I’ll never get ahead.” 
  • Your investments are losing money. You want to prepare for retirement, but fear of making a mistake. Your learned helplessness: “Investing is too complicated to learn.” 

CAREER

  • You have a secure, well-paying job, but yearn for a more meaningful one. Gradually, you resign yourself to your position. Your learned helplessness: “I’ll never figure out what I want,” or “It’s too late to make a change.” 
  • Your assistant has missed several deadlines despite reprimands from you. You do her work, reducing your efficiency. Your learned helplessness: “She’s not conscientious,” or “She won’t listen.” 
  • You admire your boss, but he rarely listens to your ideas. Gradually you stop offering them. Your learned helplessness: “He doesn’t respect me,” or “His ego is too big to listen.” 

RELATIONSHIP

  • Your divorce was finalized two years ago, but you’ve avoided serious relationships since your spouse rejected you. Your learned helplessness: “I’m unlovable,” or “People who love me abandon me.” 
  • Your husband is not as enthusiastic about childcare as you are. You sign up for an evening course, but don’t tell him. Your learned helplessness: “He won’t help,” or “He won’t listen.” 
  • Your son has been underachieving for years. You’ve given him advice and support, but nothing helps long term. Your learned helplessness: “He’ll never change.” 

MONEY

  • You want to save money, but every time you try, an unexpected expense crops up, and you start spending again. Your learned helplessness: “I’ll never get ahead.” 
  • Your investments are losing money. You want to prepare for retirement, but fear of making a mistake. Your learned helplessness: “Investing is too complicated to learn.” 

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With this Transformational Coaching Process you have the chance to achieve complete emotional self-mastery in a critical part of your life by overcoming your learned helplessness.

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