90 Day Challenge: Day 85 – I Can Do That!

People looking at something the believe they can do.

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I can do that! However, what I find to be very important after saying “I can do that” are the thoughts that play in our minds immediately after. Is it, “I can’t do that” or “it’s impossible?” Just to remind you, as Nelson Mandela once said: “It always seems impossible until it’s done.” Don’t be discouraged if doubt comes to mind because it always seems hard or impossible at first and that doesn’t mean you can’t.

At first you told yourself you can. Now it’s time to believe you can…because you can.

What have you talked yourself out of doing? It’s time to search within your heart for that dream you may at some point have talked yourself out of doing. If we don’t take action on what we feel within ourselves that we can do, we are giving our power away.

It’s time to trust YOU and stop worrying about what may go wrong. What about what could go right?

If you want your power back you have to do what Ralph Waldo Emerson said: “Do the thing and you will have the power.” If you want your power back, you have to face your fears.

Stop thinking about what people are going to say. Stop listening to that little voice that maybe is saying it’s impossible. Stop thinking you have to be perfect before you get started. Stop talking yourself out of what you can actually do. It’s time to surprise YOU. Just remember, “It always seems impossible until it’s done. You can do it!

It’s time to get your blessings and it is in “I can do that” but you actually have to do it.

Let’s talk yourself into, not out of, what you feel in your heart. 

IT IS POSSIBLE TO GO BEYOND LIMITATIONS. IT MAY NOT BE EASY, BUT IT IS POSSIBLE.

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