What limitations are you arguing for?

Argue for your limitations, and sure enough they’re yours. – Richard Bach

We all have limitations and those that identify with them strongest wear them the proudest. 

Do you find yourself explaining or justifying to others why you can’t or won’t do something? What about defending to yourself? Justifying limitations to yourself can be more hurtful because you may not be aware it’s happening or you always win that argument because you think you’re right. But what have you won and how are you benefiting from this victory?  

If this is you, try viewing limitations as constraints and as the expression goes, “constraints are your friend.” Don’t be afraid of your friends and know that they are available to help.

What is your fear? The more you define the fear, the better odds you can overcome. A common concern is that you’ll fail.

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