Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Don't Wish it was Easier, Wish You Were Better! - Jim Rohn

Don't Wish it was Easier, Wish You Were Better! - Jim Rohn

We have all said, at one time or another, 'I cant possibly do that!', when it came to achieving something that we had never done before. Sometimes we listen to that inner (limiting) voice and sit back down and never try (mentally defeated). Sometimes we ignore it and push forward and actually accomplish what we thought would never happen (mentally ELATED). All of us have experienced both sides of this internal debate. Which do you prefer?

Sometimes we need to be reminded that we really can do anything if we put our hearts and minds into it and never give up.

I just read a story about an 11 year old girl who ran her first marathon. Wakanda Ueda is just 11 years old! Really amazing. And some of us cant find time or energy to walk every day or exercise for all the benefits it provides. 11 years old? Who does this at that age???

Blind 11 year olds do apparently. Did I mention Wakanda is blind?

What limiting belief do you subscribe to? What limiting beliefs will you let hold you back today from trying? If you are blind don't tell me you cant run a marathon- I saw someone who was blind do it.

So please, stop pondering what you think you cant do and spend your time on what you CAN do! I would bet its a lot!

Wakanda has NO choice but to become better. To do something only reserved for people with functioning eyes. She followed the cheers of her supporters and didnt need eyes to run. She just needed heart and she has plenty of that.

Read the story and watch the video here: http://t.co/rzPnwOMC Via the NY Daily News

Have a great day and a better tomorrow