We are all born a no-limit person.
Then we grow up and the behavior of those around starts putting limits on us, without us or them knowing.
It starts with our parents. They are the best and mean well for us but they see the world and us through their lens.
This forced belief means conditioning and adding limits on our brain.
Then comes school. The education system and all those who make it, tell us what is right and tell us that there is a certain way of doing things.
And then the society and work puts the final nail in the coffin.
It does not have to be like this.
As soon as you realize that all limits are self imposed, start working to get rid of them.
Dream as big as you can and then make those dreams come true by putting massive action behind it.
You have all the help, all the resources available to you for what you truly desire.
You just have to want, and then prove to nature by putting in work that you actually want it, and then you’ll get what you need for your want.
It may come by asking someone or it may come in some unexpected way but it will come to you. But you don’t know how it will come to you. So, don’t sit and go around asking and putting in work.
One by one remove all the boundaries that exist in your mind.
Go after something that you truly want even if it scares you. Then break it into parts so small that it stops scaring you. Whenever you feel stuck, learn and ask for help. Do it until it no longer scares you.
When you do that you remove a boundary from inside your head, and move one step ahead, however small, towards being a no-limit person.
Enough such steps and you become a no-limit person. One who is capable of dreaming any dream and living that dream.
I wish you were that person.
Now, I’ll leave you with these lines by AnaÃ¯s Nin, French-Cuban American diarist, and essayist.
Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.
~ AnaÃ¯s Nin