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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

AYD - Jan 9, 2013 - I Cannot Think "Can't"

"When someone tells you that you can't do something, perhaps you should consider that they are only telling you what they can't do."
- Sheldon Cahoon, Author

Did you awaken today and struggle to remember the fleeting details of that incredibly vivid dream you just had?  Did you open your eyes to a sunny day, the smile of a child wanting breakfast, a family pet licking your face to wake you up?  All of these may have allowed you to greet the morning with a ready made smile. 

Or... shame on you, did you wake up dwelling on something someone said; A lack of belief;  a stalled momentum, and a doggy bag of self doubt that you clearly told the universe to leave off your itinerary?

No one knows your inner drive.  They do not know your inner design or what kind of engineering marvel you are.  Energy drainers and self belief stealers know nothing of all the events that brought you to be in the here and now.  But like Sheldon says... they know their events...and their present issues apparently need company, so they are trying to recruit your doubts to be "Just Can't"'s together.

So hear the words, thank them for sharing, and take your next step, feeling secure that they, and their uneducated opinion on the Inner Workings of Fighters and Achievers, will be below you ... trying to yell up and convince you, that you cannot do it. 

The secure feeling I am referring to is that, as long as they stay with you, reminding you of what you cannot do while they are always one step below you on the climb, well it seems to me you will then always have a shoulder to step on to help you keep on reaching for your next secure hold.

Good morning.
Pierre Couturier
Husband, Daddy, Author, Keeper of my blueprints, and Apprentice of Selective Hearing.

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