There’s a fascinating phenomenon I’ve discovered from coaching top performers.
This may make you uncomfortable. I feel a bit uncomfortable writing it. But give it a try.
The phenomenon I’ve found is that most of us place a cap on how much success we allow ourselves to enjoy. We believe that we’re entitled to a portion of success or happiness in our life but not much more. We put an upper bound on ourselves.
And once we hit that upper bound of success we do things that prevent us from achieving our full potential. We find ways to sabotage ourselves. We don’t go all out. We play safe.
We do this because there’s a nagging thought that lies deep within us: I am not enough. This thought is 100% subconscious and it’s 100% false.
What I’ve found working with top performers is that everyone has an inner genius. It may vary from person to person, but it’s there. We’ve all been given unique abilities and strengths. The divine is within us. We have the capacity for greatness.
Until we realize that we’re inherently enough we’ll never reach our true potential. Until we realize that we’re inherently enough we’ll never discover and maximize our inner genius.
I invite you to ponder this question: how much abundance am I willing to allow in my life?
You are enough. And the sooner you realize that, the sooner you can realize your full potential.
You are enough.
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I love this – I’m sending it to others whom I know would enjoy it and benefit from it. Good work, as always.