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Limiting Beliefs

Over the years, I've struggled with having limiting beliefs and honestly I still do within myself. What's given me clarity is striving to live in the present moment and not so much in the past or future.

Of course sometimes it's easier said than done a lot of the times. What do you think about when you wake up in the morning? Do you take the time to take in some deep breaths, meditate and appreciate the moment? Or are you thinking about what all you have to complete for the day?

Before you brush your teeth, are you telling yourself that it is impossible or do you just GO for it? I know that sounds like a silly question, but I attribute this to other parts of my life to where I have limiting beliefs. As ridiculous as the above question may sound, we tend to hold ourselves back in other areas of our life. Imagine if you had a fear of brushing your teeth. What would happen? Well over the course of a few days, I can tell you that it wouldn't be very pleasant to talk to you. And as more time passes, you'll develop some bacteria in your mouth and other potential infections. Your dentist won't be too pleased.

Do you get my drift? So the more you hold yourself back in life, the deeper you put yourself into a whole. The days past, then weeks, months and that turns into years. Until finally you are towards the end of your life thinking back with regret. You are given the life you have for a reason and whatever is burning in your heart, means that there is a purpose for you to fulfill.

Why waste that away? Yes I'm a firm believer in it being never too late, however depending on your goal, it may be easier to accomplish at 30 versus 80 based on the time needed for you to invest in your dream. So let's say you do accomplish your dream at 80. Congratulations! However, don't sell yourself short by not having the privilege to be on this earth basking in your dream for longer.

We either listen to the little voice in our head that is telling us that it can't be done or shouldn't. But then when we see someone else in a similar or worse position than ours that actually GOT it done, we begin to make internal justifications. We may say "well of course they did it, they are really smart" or "yea, they are good looking enough so that makes sense," or whatever mumbo jumbo inner monologue jargon we tell ourselves in these situations.

I'll be blunt and tell you that you are giving yourself excuses. I get it, everyone's situation is different when it comes down to it, but to think that you are completely incapable of even take one step towards something you desire is unbelievable.

All in all, the time is now. You're here for a purpose and whatever your desire is, go for it.

Show the world how much of a bad ass you are. (I am speaking to myself as I am writing this too)

You're amazing! Now let's go.

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