There Are No Limits to What You Can Do
Author: Human Performance Technologies(i)
Published: 2011-01-18 : (Rev. 2019-03-06)
Synopsis and Key Points:
What if you could accomplish all that you set out to do with no limits.
What if you could accomplish all that you set out to do with no limits
Many people with disabilities are resigned to the perception that there is a cement wall between them and their dreams and aspirations.
They have allowed statistics, doctors, their family and friends and maybe even their own desperation to cloud their vision of what's actually possible.
Based upon three decades of deciphering what the Universe wants for us, it is my humble understanding that there is NO LIMIT to the amount of joy, fulfillment and accomplishment the Universe has to offer and wants us to have, over and above our own self imposed limits.
We have allowed our circumstances, limited thinking and perceived failures to convince us that we are limited in what we are able to accomplish in this life time and we don't believe we can have it all.
I remember when I was in high school a very close relative of mine lashed out at me one day and told me that I was never going to be successful because of what he perceived to be a rebellious attitude.
This subconsciously had an impact upon my self esteem and my grades for several years until I realized one day that his perspective didn't have anything to do with me and everything to do with him, and the curse was broken.
I'm sure many of you have experienced the same high I did when you realized you could excel at something someone else said you could never do.
So What to Do?
- Starting today, become a revolutionary.
- Get in touch with something you were once passionate about and rekindle the belief you had when you were a child armed with 'no limit' thinking.
- Rebel against all thoughts to the contrary, yours and others and don't stop until you hit the mark.
Michael Shenker is President of Human Performance technologies which works with the handicapped in out-performing their current limitations and achieving what they want in life.
(i)Source/Reference: Human Performance Technologies. Disabled World makes no warranties or representations in connection therewith. Content may have been edited for style, clarity or length.
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