Disbelief depreciates dreams. You can do anything that you believe you can do. You become what you believe.
Disbelief is self-defeating. Nothing makes you feel worse and nothing atrophies a dream faster. But, few things are more gratifying than overcoming doubt and disbelief.
Dr. Mark Goldston in Get Out of Your Own Way: Overcoming Self-Defeating Behavior asserts that disbelief is a coping mechanism created from fear. “If you want success, the path to it begins with what you believe about your ability to achieve,” adds Goldston.
If you don’t believe in you and your dreams, who will?
Opportunity Step: Use “I Can” statements today.
(This is an excerpt from Climb Every Obstacle: Eliminate Your Limits! Buy your copy today for the rest of the story.)