Stop Defending Failure…

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“Too many people
defend their failure
before ever setting foot
outside their comfort zone.

They will argue for their limitations
rather than advocate for their triumphs.”

~R.H.S.

In my youth, it was Jim Rohn, a former mentor of Anthony Robbins and catalyst for Tony’s amazing career of creating success, who put it simply;
“If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way.
If you don’t – you’ll find an excuse.”

What few realize is how often this takes place without ever being realized or seen for what it is. You see, if the things that really held you back from what you want in Life were easy to recognize – you’d figure out a way to overcome them. Instead, you’ve settled on living a life where it makes sense not to pursue your former hopes, dreams, and aspirations.
You’ve come up with sound reasons and airtight alibis as to why giving up was the right choice, and that the path you’re on now is good enough.

If you’re willing to step outside of what you think you know about where you are in life and how you got there, I invite you to peruse the 111 pages contained within this book @ www.ThoughtBarriers.com
Keep in mind, you’ll likely discover what you expect to find – and that isn’t what’s going to help you.
You already know that. Literally. Focus instead on what it is you might be missing that’s been within sight, yet has remained unseen.

That will make more sense once you’ve read the book ;)

@ ThoughtBarriers.com