Who Says You Can’t? You Do

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Do you want to change your life? Well, who says you can’t?

Why do you act the way you do? Why are some people highly motivated while others can’t be bothered to get up and find the TV remote? What makes the difference in people’s lives? How do you change your approach and outlook when the world seems to be crashing down around you? How do you create your life the way you want it? What are the strategies that have worked for the most successful people in history? How do you build a trusting relationship with yourself, one that will ensure you achieve what you set out for?
The burning desire to search for these answers has become my life’s passion. And the search has revealed to me an infinite source of intelligence and wisdom that waits patiently within every human. For so many individuals, that fighting spirit has dimmed over time, worn down by hardship, frustration, and disappointment. I am committed to showing people how to recapture that spirit.
It’s obvious that we all have visions of what we wish our life would be, but very few of us ever get to experience that life. Why not? Could it be reluctance to search deeper? Could it merely be not knowing how? Could it be psychological or emotional barriers that prevent our true powers from being displayed? The sad reality is that most people will go through life dreaming of another life that seems out of reach. The hope and faith in their own ability will be clouded by the stress and worry of everyday life.

Sounds simple enough, right? After all, ideas are a dime a dozen. Or at least that’s what many of us are led to believe: That ideas are easy and abundant. That what matters is execution. And all of that is true to some extent. It’s just not the whole truth, because coming up with a good idea is hard. Good ideas are hard to find and hard to get right. But once you find one, they are also very hard to turn away from. That’s what makes good ideas so intimidating. Not that you won’t ever find one, but that one day you will, and when you do, it’s very possible that your life will never be the same again.

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