I was reading an article written by one of my mentors, Paul Martinelli, where he suggested that “we get what we believe.” I thought that was interesting and wanted to know more. He talked about how we can have goals, we can know why we should pursue these goals, we can know precisely how to achieve these goals, we may have all the resources needed to achieve the goals, and yet we don’t. This is so true, and I can point to so many times this has happened to me over the years.
No matter how far you’ve come in life, you may still feel there is more that you want to, could or should achieve, but something is holding you back - a limiting factor. There is always something preventing you from having more. It may be that part of you that says, “Who do you think you are? You can’t possibly achieve that!” Or you may have people in your life that hold you back. So, let’s start by figuring out what some of the most common limiting factors are and then let
Resisting change seems to be inherent to our human nature. Most of us can justify the status quo rather than take on change. We don’t always want to go through the discomfort that change can bring. So, we settle for what we have because we choose comfort over the disruption of change. But sometimes we decide to embrace change because we really want our lives to be different and we are willing to take on the discomfort of change. And, sometimes we have to face change wheth