Why is it that you don’t take action when you need to?
If you’re a new entrepreneur/ coach/ student/ career changer/ learner etc, have you bought e-books, attended several workshops, subscribed to over 50 email lists, read blogs and articles every day, have pages and pages of action steps and business building ideas and other such stuff?
And are they just lying there, untouched?
You crack one open, get distracted, get overwhelmed, close it, go facebook or twitter and look for more information. So you can add it to your pile of things to do and read someday.
Are you identifying with this?
What stops you from believing in your dreams and / or taking action to get there?
When Roger Bannister broke the 4 minute mile – no one thought it was possible but he knew he could do it, and he did. Once done, within 2 years 37 other people had done it!
Does this mean those people couldn’t have done it sooner? Of course they could have.
But they didn’t dream that big.
They didn’t think it was possible until they saw someone else do it. When Andre Agassi was asked if he regretted having skipped Wimbledon for a few years, he said “Yes. You can’t win if you don’t play”.
It’s not just the abnormally talented athletes and celebrities who do it either.
When a local Vancouver man climbed the Grouse Grind (steep, crazy climb most people find a challenge to do even once) 13 times in one day, people were amazed. No one had done that before. Yet, within the week, a woman climber had done the same. And more have followed (or will follow soon).
Pure proof that as long as you think it can’t be done, it won’t.
And the day someone steps up to break a barrier, suddenly it becomes easier for other to do it too.
People are doing it every day. Breaking rules, self limiting beliefs and invisible barriers to blaze trails for the rest of us. What if you were one of them?
There are no limits to what we can achieve!
Don’t let this video be just another one you watch, forward and then move on to the next ‘answer to all your problems’. Use it to start believing you can do what you set your mind to do.
Stretch yourself beyond what you think it is possible!
Ps: This is a short 2 min clip. For the entire 38 minutes, click here to view.