Category Archives for "Limiting Beliefs"

do what scares you

Why You Must Do The Things That Scare You! (Plus Pics)

“May you always do the thing that you are afraid to do.”   “Everything you want is on the other side of fear.”   “Courage is the most important of all the virtues because without courage, you can’t practice any other virtue consistently.”   I love quotes on courage and positive quotes about fear. I have […]

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8 Strategies To Conquer The Monday Blues!

I know I’m supposed to be this ultimate motivator, and talk about how Monday is meant to be a beautiful, fresh start and a chance to make this week magnificent, but the reality for many of us is that Mondays suck! Monday seems to be a reminder of everything that is absolutely NOT good in […]

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2 Get out of your comfort zone

9 Excuses Why You’re Life Isn’t Changing Fast Enough!

Let me get straight to the point: You are comfortable. Very, very comfortable. And if you choose to remain this way, if you are doing nothing, making no plans right now, or taking any steps towards improving the circumstances of your life, then your future is very predictable. Here’s what your life is going to […]

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give yourself permission

10 Things You Ought To Give Yourself Permission To Be And Do

This fine, chilly morning, I woke up, walked up to the mirror, looked at my reflection and said, “Relax. You’re doing just fine.” I read somewhere that when most older people are asked, “what would you tell your younger self if you had the chance?” the most common answer is “You’re doing fine.” I had […]

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12 Reasons Why Greatness Is Scary

12 Reasons Why Greatness Is Scary As Hell! (And Why We Should Pursue It Anyway!)

I don’t like preachy articles, and I hope this one is not counted as one, but if it is… OK! I hope we can all one day see the God in us. Most of us will probably never find out what our grandest selves are like, so I sometimes write idealistic articles such as this […]

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3 overcoming childhood problems

When I Was 11, I Decided I Was stupid

It’s so easy for a child to trick her/himself into believing something and holding on to it for dear life. This is exactly what I did. I decided that I was stupid. I made this decision based on how badly I was doing in my 5th year of primary/elementary school. Everything was lovely when I […]

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