The journey of learning to believe in ourselves can, for some, be a long and treacherous trek across a wild landscape of pre–programmed beliefs and inherited behaviour patterns. It is a maze of self-limiting views which restrict who we are and what we are capable of achieving.
But if we focus on the things that we can do and celebrate the greatest of our assets and talents then we can be stunning.
We all have the innate ability to be phenomenal beings who are empowered to deliver incredible things.
The challenge is finding what gets our hearts racing, lights the fires of determination and feeds our souls. When we know that, then it is up to us to set our goals high enough to inspire us to have a go and believe in our ambitions wholeheartedly.
If we can then surround ourselves with people who also believe us then we have the vital ingredients to manifest our full potential.
If we can develop an unshakable belief in who we are and the role that we are destined to play then there are no limits or boundaries to restrict the potential and the possibilities.
What I do has never been just about my art, marketing products or services. It is absolutely about the buzz and excitement that individuals feel about the part that they play in being catalysts for change, for making things better and for being the best that they can be.
Technology and tools fascinate me but what really gets me excited is how they can be used to transform our world.
There is a magic that can happen when you tap into the very essence of what makes people tick. The best projects are adventures of exploration and discovery as we work together to find ways to liberate the full potential of any idea however big or small. It can be awesome, exhausting, inspiring and exhilarating but with willing and a bit of hard work – we can achieve anything we set out to achieve.
If you believe in you, then I believe in you. In reality though, I believe that everyone has something unique and amazing to offer. Some of us have yet to find out what that special thing is but I do believe it is there in all of us anyway.
Caroline Casey gives a fantastically passionate talk about going beyond our limiting beliefs. It is well worth making time to immerse yourself and really listen to what she has to say. Her story is an extraordinary one that can only inspire us to reach out with the best we have to offer.
When Warren Buffet, the world’s third richest man celebrated his 80th birthday, he was asked to give just one piece of advice to those aspiring to achieve wealth and happiness. His reply was,
‘The one piece of advice I can give you is, do what turns you on. Do something that if you had all the money in the world, you’d still be doing it. You’ve got to have a reason to jump out of bed in the morning.’
As far as I am concerned life is just way too short to be dedicating time to stuff that we don’t enjoy. So what really gets you excited enough to jump out of bed in the morning? What do you really want to achieve?
I believe in you and I believe that you can do great things. But do you believe in you?