Beliefs Drive Behaviours

Beliefs Drive Behaviours

When a baby elephant is born, those in charge use a chain around one of its legs and a stake in the ground to limit its ability to roam. Over time, even though the elephant grows to more than 5,000 pounds and has considerable strength, it has a belief that it cannot move beyond what the length of the chain allows. It has been conditioned.

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