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PUSHING YOUR LIMITS IS ONLY RELEVANT IF YOU THINK YOU HAVE THEM

Posted by on Nov 26, 2010 in General, Happiness, Relationships, Self Help, Spirituality

Preface
Today being Thanksgiving and all, I just wanted to acknowledge how grateful I am for my blessed life full of love, friendship, family and doing what I love to do. I’ve been working pretty hard this week learning some things and doing some things that have been really challenging, but eye opening! I really want to just say – Thank You to all who share my journey and allow me to express myself in these blogs! Life is truly good and wonderful! My love and light to you all!!

JUST DARE ME!
Have you ever been challenged to get something done in a time frame that seemed absolutely out of the question? Not to mention not REALLY knowing how to get it done because you’ve never done it before. I’m finding myself, more and more, in this situation these days.

BLAH, BLAH, BLAH!! NO EXCUSES!
When there is no room for excuses, because they won’t be listened to and are unacceptable, and deep in my gut, I know it is just my own resistance and fear of failure holding me back, I have accomplished things I would have never thought possible. (Wow! That was a really long sentence – sorry )

WHO’S YOUR WORST ENEMY?
I suspect that you and I aren’t all that different so I’m going to be bold and just spit it out…We are all our OWN worst enemy. There hasn’t really been anyone but myself telling me some of the things I’m doing aren’t possible. I get to take full credit for that. When I finally get out of my own way and stop thinking too much because I simply don’t have the time or I won’t make the deadline, I actually accomplish it!

SO WHAT IF IT’S ROUGH AROUND THE EDGES!!
It may be a little rough around the edges or even a complete “flop” but who cares… at least I did something I set out to do and finished it. Now I can go forward and try again if need be and it won’t seem so overwhelming. I’ll know it’s possible!

BREAK THOSE BARRIERS OR GO HOME!
Just don’t NOT do something if it sits behind an excuse. Start to recognize your own perception of limitation and break those barriers! And if you say, “I’ll start tomorrow”, well then… it’s just another excuse.

WE ARE ALL CAPABLE BEYOND MEASURE AND UNTIL WE SEE IT FOR OURSELVES AND PUT OURSELVES OUT THERE A BIT – WE WILL NEVER KNOW OUR TRUE POTENTIAL!