Finding the courage to be a limitless thinker

Finding the courage to be a limitless thinker

In depth thinker

Thinker – depth thinking

Take Note

A torn-out horoscope lives on my refrigerator door between a snapshot of super-dog Joey and my gym‘s class schedule. It reads:


Many of us believe we are being appropriately discerning by “judging this” or “criticizing that” but, more often than not, we are closing doors on potential life experiences that are vital to our growth and to our enlightenment.

I recently had a client list ten people currently in his life. I then had him group these people according to how they perceived the world. My client discovered that those individuals he had viewed as “limitless thinkers”; were also the people he preferred to be around….

The next time you catch yourself auto-piloting “I can’t do this” or “you shouldn’t do that” try deciphering these messages. Are these beliefs truly your own or are you abiding by another’s philosophy? Furthermore, Do these rules appropriately apply to your current circumstance or are you blindly committing yourself to your unhealthy habit of self-limitation?

What truly defines what is healthy for you?

Find the courage to start the fun yourself: The heart, humor and experiences you’ll gain will put you in a category that you, and everyone around you, will enjoy.



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