These 2 words hold us down from doing great things. Think about all the things you want to achieve but haven’t. It was most likely due to your own mind telling you that you can’t. Either you were afraid of what would happen if you went for it or you doubted yourself that you can do it.
I don’t care who you are, even the strongest most successful people have battled with their inner self. But it’s those of us that confront our fears and push past our doubts that become a better more ideal version of ourselves and achieve great things.
This doesn’t mean you have to go out and climb Mt.Everast, but it’s the daily little fears and doubts you must conquer first. The daily uncomfortable things that we are unsure of is what will eventually add up to make us who we are. You want an ego boost? Choose the things that you are not good at and master them. Stop waisting your time by basking in what comes easy to you. Go out and do something completely opposite of what comes natural to you. Do not be afraid to fail! Failing just means there is another way to do it. The more you fail the closer you are to achieving greatness!
If you begin to have these feelings a fear and doubt which will happen, interupt those feelings by doing even just a little task that can help move you foward. Do not give in and soak in it! For those feelings are very powerful and can hold you down.
Get out of your comfort zones!
Take action! (Stop wishing and trying). Those are copout words.
We get too comfortable with not taking action or we use food as a way to comfort ourselves. Get uncomfortable. We were designed to be uncomfortable. We were not built by God to stay on the fluffy couch and eat and feel sorry for ourselves. We were built to thrive and be the best humans possible physically, mentally and spiritually.
Trust yourself , trust God and trust in the universe. Stare fear and doubt in the face and STEP OUT!
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