In order for me to make today different from all my past days, I must stretch. To expand my possibilities, I need to change my thinking. As I help others with breakthroughs, I realize that we all need to improve winning our own mental game.
I understand that breaking my own barriers is supposed to be hard. Much to my dismay, my first attempts aren’t going to work. I have to stop looking for an easy way out, doing the same things I’ve always done before. I have to head right into the headlights of my inspiration. Instead of hoping angels will do the work for me, I have to find angles to pivot around and bulldoze to where I need to be.
Yet it remains uncomfortable and stressful to change my formula, my routine, my plan. I know that discomfort and angst is necessary. This is how I get to a different place that I could not otherwise reach because I am limited by what I know, by what feels comfortable or easy.
I must trust that my problems will lead me to something greater. I will think from a space of abundance and possibility rather than fear and defeat. I will continue to step forward into the hardest space for me. That place where I have no idea where I’m heading. I hope you will do the same.
I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.
What have you learned from past failures?
When has failure driven you to another success?
Decide your next step even if it makes you nervous or uncomfortable. Step into it because you know you need to go there. Trust that you will be glad you did.