There is always possibility if we keep trying. But sometimes our Grinch take me as I am or kiss my ass Christmas shirt stops us from doing that. And to question your own child. Do you think you will be able to do it? Is not the right question to ask. True story we think too much what someone will say about us we are adult and adult are not supposed to fail but without failing there is no experience, what the hell is learning without experience experience teaches wisdom. Very good jay! Such good advice the only limits are the ones we put in ourselves. You have to believe in success to achieve success. The power of belief is so powerful life changing.
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You must be careful what you decide to believe. Because what we believe creates our world! It is very easy to say. If a child fails we are there to support them. But in business failure means loss how can we bear it. I would like to have the Grinch take me as I am or kiss my ass Christmas shirt of the child that falls down and gets back up over and over and over again. After nearly 50 years of getting back up, and helping everyone else get back up without reciprocity, those internal resources aren’t quite as plentiful. I have learn it already from my 1.5 years niece. When she started walking I always used to see her and realize myself how is she struggling to stand and walk through her legs.
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She has a one year baby did not give up and today she learn the way to walk. Similarly this apply to us. We should not give up in any situation until unless we find the results. People say that I am dead. Actually they don’t understand me. They want me to fight. I say I am not here to fight with anyone. I just want Grinch take me as I am or kiss my ass Christmas shirt. When I don’t get peace I just quit. It’s good for my health. Our inner dialogue should be kind, loving and understanding when we think we’re failing or we’re not good enough. When we see a little baby fall as she’s trying to take steps, learning to walk, we don’t judge the baby and put her down saying get up you dummy.