Somewhere along the way in our long and distant past, we unconsciously give ourselves reasons to fail, instead of reasons to succeed.
I say unconsciously, because I’m not sure anyone would wittingly put their name to something they thought they were going to fail at. It becomes easier for us to look for excuses and takes less time, than it does for us to work on turning our thoughts into successful deeds. A bit like a smile.
Luckily growing up as a child I never saw myself as a success or failure. I was too wrapped up in my own physical …Read on »