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Becoming Limitless

by gold stone (2019-01-04)

Feeling important is a basic Becoming Limitless Review human need and whatever we do to get that feeling is done with enthusiasm and passion. It's not work; it's play. The quest to achieve importance and relevancy is what motivates the great achievers. It's what gets them up early in the morning and keeps them fired up until late at night. It's the ultimate Muse whose call cannot be denied.Shakespeare said, "There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so." Quality is not inherently attached to anything. Quality is purely subjective. We are the ones who determine the value level of anything. That is done through perception and perception can be modified by altering the sub-modalities.In other words, by changing the perspective from which we appraise anything, we can change our conclusion and perception. A drop of water might seem meaningless at first sight but when we stop and look at what water represent we soon come to the conclusion that we are facing one of nature's greatest miracle.It is the same with whatever it is that we do to earn a living. At first sight it may look inconsequential but further investigation might reveal a complete different story. A sprint runner might be simply someone who can run faster than others but it can also be seen as someone who can bring honor and pride to his country.The road to success is paved with passion and enthusiasm. Those emotions can best be found while playing and enjoying ourselves. So, the first thing that must be done in our quest for success is to find a way of really enjoying what it is that we do for a living. That is done by attaching importance to our life's work. They don't teach that at Harvard, Yale or Oxford. But that's the way it is.Many times thinking things through is a good thing. Being cautious and deliberative is important especially in times when there is a big potential risk of loss or injury in play. On the other hand, being overly or unnecessarily cautious may only prevent us from trusting ourselves to pursue and pull through otherwise challenging and ultimately rewarding opportunities.How often do you jump at a new opportunity with childlike enthusiasm before your "practicality" filters have time to kick in -- too often or not enough?How often do you quash any chance of surpassing a new limit if you never challenge yourself to even try it?Don't forget to consider all the good things that might be possible if you were more open to believing that the seemingly impossible could actually be possible.