Went house hunting with a friend. The agent showed us a really great house. When the agent asked my friend what she thought of the house, she replied, "Can't see me in THAT fabulous of a house." (I knew she could afford the mortgage.)
Halfway through the day, hungry and a bit tired, we stopped for lunch. We spotted an attractive man -- sitting alone -- at the next table. When he flirted with her, my input for her was to flirt back. She leaned over to me and whispered, "Can't see me with someone THAT handsome." (I knew she deserved to be loved by a wonderful man.)
Wondering what was going on, it came down to this. Even though my friend doesn't like where she lives, where she works, or, who she dates, she just can't seem -- to see herself -- doing any better. (The word "can't" seems to permeate her life.)
Think about your own life. Can you do better, but can't see you able to make it happen? Squash your limiting self-beliefs (like can't, won't, shouldn't, will never). They have the power to keep you stuck where you're at.
Get moving forward. Grow. Plan and execute the unfolding of who you really are. Live your life as your authentic self. It's the true essence of what life's all about.
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