“A great pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do.”
– Walter Bagehot, businessman and essayist
In your day to day life, how often do you see people being critical or diminishing others with phrases such as “That will never work,” “You can’t do that,” “Why bother trying?” “It’s too difficult,” “There’s no use in trying.”
How often do statements such as these stop you in your tracks? Perhaps instead, as is the case with this quote, they generate the thoughts of “Oh yeah?” “Yes, I can, I’ll show you.” “Your thinking just makes me want it more.”
Where are your colleagues at work, family members, and even people who you call friends placing their limiting beliefs on you?
What will it take to exceed these limits, achieve your objectives, and tell yourself “I knew I had it in me all along!”