What many claim as being “realistic” is usually a belief in limitations that don’t exist and disbelief in opportunities that do.
Why does this happen? It’s caused by what you allow yourself to envision.
By envisioning limitations you give yourself permission to play it safe and take fewer risks.
When you don’t believe certain opportunities are available to you, you’re declaring yourself unworthy of them. A “People like me don’t get breaks like that” way of thinking.
What’s the solution?
Set aside time each day to allow your imagination to run wild. Allow yourself to dream big. When you get used to feeling the exhilaration of what’s possible you’ll begin to ask yourself “HOW” to create it.
Give it a go.
Listen to this post … Hoping our kids learn important lessons through lecture is a fruitless strategy. All your kid really gets better at is tuning you out. I’ve learned (especially with ND kids), introspection is a more powerful teacher. But ND kids tend to avoid introspection. Their self-consciousness and inner critic make it something they want to