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“If you deliberately plan to be less than you are capable of being, then I warn you that you’ll be deeply unhappy for the rest of your life. You will be evading your own capacities, your own possibilities.” — Abraham H. Maslow
How can anyone be on a mission to self-sabotage themselves?
It seems to be so counterproductive but many beautiful people do this unknowingly every single day of their lives.
Until they harness the power that their thoughts have over their results, discontent and the accompanying unhappiness permeates their daily life.
This is a subsurface, submarine like malady with powerful torpedoes that goes unnoticed by many people.
That little voice in their human personality is stronger than the voice that seeks greater expansion and greater fulfillment.
Being incredibly aware is the key to reversing this psychological warfare.
Emerson’s quote reveals this succinctly.
We can’t connect with anyone on the planet in a real sense unless we connect with ourselves first.
Listen to that little voice deep within as it will unveil your true path in this lifetime.
Recently, I asked this question to a young gentleman that was in the same hospital room as my friend.
“Greg, what would you really love to do with your life?”
His eyes lit up instantly. In a spirit of passion and excitement he mentioned that he wanted to become an online game designer.
You see this young man had made some very poor choices and was now in the hospital waiting for the amputation of several fingers and toes due to extreme frostbite.
According to his account, his girlfriend kicked him out of the house without any appropriate clothing or shoes and as a result he spent twelve hours in a frozen garage that he had broken into in an attempt to stay warm. His intoxication and lack of warm clothing caused him incredible pain and injury.
He was subsequently arrested by the police and brought to the hospital.
The point here is really not the incident in question but rather the idea of which voice Greg was actually listening to on a daily basis.
We all have to continually understand that if we persevere and absolutely choose the voice of acceptance and self-love, the infinite will carry us towards our finish line.
No one has your DNA.
The true meaning of DNA is dare to nurture all that is within you.
Coach Franco Cianflone
1 ON 1 COACHING
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