Limits

Often times we say, “I can’t do that” or “I’m not good at that.”  (I am as guilty of this as anyone.  There’s a lot I sometimes believe I can’t do.)

When we say the words, “I can’t,” we are limiting ourselves.  As a result, I believe that some of the most damaging words in our language are “I can’t.” 

When we say we can’t, we make our own lives poorer – not richer.  When we say we can’t, we eliminate the possibilities and the learning that comes with and from new experiences.  When we say we can’t, our world becomes smaller, our interests become fewer, and we deprive ourselves of the opportunity to learn more about ourselves.

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NFL Playoffs – Being Great

This is NFL Playoff Weekend.  There are two big games coming up on Sunday.  The winners of each of the games will go to the Super Bowl in two weeks.  I am a casual football fan, but I am excited about the playoff games this weekend.  They promise to be exciting… 

(If you click on the highlighted words before each section, you’ll have even more fun with this blog post.)

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