When I was in third grade I came home one day and started doing my math homework. Out of frustration, I threw down my pencil and said, ‘I’m stupid in math.’ Shelly Lefkoe, who was there visiting my mom, turned to me and asked me what happened that led me to the conclusion I was stupid in math. I told her about how my teacher had put up all the names on the board of people who scored low on a pop quiz. I got very upset about this and concluded I was stupid in math. Shelly did the LM Process with me and I eliminated that belief. Now I am in advanced placement math with A’s and B’s.