Why is it we find it so much easier to say I can’t than to say I can? There seems to be a prevailing belief that if we claim too much, we are big-noting ourselves. We’re bragging.
I am able to do whatever I focus on achieving, within reason. I can’t isn’t reason. I can’t is emotion, it’s fear. So, when we look at the word impossible and split it we get I’m possible.
Everything I want to do is possible. It depends on whether I want to do it and put in the time and the effort to do it. It’s so much easier to settle for what we know we can do rather than to stretch for what challenges.
Where do you say I can’t, instead of saying I’m possible?
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