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The truth behind why you 'Just can't do it'.

In life, the most powerful realisation we can make is to realise we have more to give.

Whether it be in your personal life, in your relationships, in your career, in your fitness or in your health, when you realise you have more to give than you currently allow yourself, it is then that you become limitless.

Our minds are far more powerful than we often allow them to be and because of this we limit ourselves from what we can and cannot do, obtain or achieve.

We talk ourselves out of things before we even entertain the idea of trying them. When we see something that looks difficult or out of reach, regardless of how much we would like it, our mind automatically tells us to ‘stop being ridiculous, there is no way you could do or have that’ and you subconsciously agree and move on.

Think back to when you were a kid and you wanted the fanciest sports car you could think of. As a kid, you didn't know the value of it, you didn't understand what it took to get it, so your brain didn't tell you that you couldn't have it. You probably spoke about that sports car every day and the adults around you would laugh at you for dreaming so big and tell you that you ‘just didn’t get it.’ Well, fast forward a few years, you now ‘get it’, you know the value of that sports car and because of this you have listened to society and those around you and you have settled to the idea that ‘it’s out of reach’ and you ‘could never have that’.

Well realistically, why is it out of reach? What in this world is actually stopping you from getting it? In this example it is probably the fact you don’t actually want it anymore but for some of us who do, it is the thoughts of 'you can’t afford it’ or 'it’s too hard to earn that kind of money’ that leads you to give up without even trying.

While for most of us, right now in our life it may be true that it is too expensive for our budget, but that just means we can’t afford it right now, it does not mean it is not possible to obtain. It is only you telling yourself that it’s not possible that is stopping you from working towards it. It then becomes a dream you gave up on because of some bullshit excuse you kept telling yourself as to why you cant have it. This goes for any dream or goal you may have. If you truly want something and believe in it bad enough, you will find a way to obtain it. The problem usually is, although we want it, we automatically tell ou