Life Without Limits?
We here this idea that life without limits is possible. That there are no limits to what a human being can do.
Many people would say that Aaron Fotheringham has limits because he’s in a wheelchair, but if you watch this video I think it’s safe to say that where others see limits, he sees opportunity.
While I believe that a life without limits is possible in most contexts (I mean, I don’t think I’m going to be able to sprout wings and fly or grow gills and breath underwater unassisted in my lifetime ;-), what I firmly believe in any context is that there are truly no limits to the human mind.
We CAN fly and we CAN breath underwater because of the power of the human mind. (HUMOR PLUG: But please remember, DO NOT attempt these things unassisted… at least not until someone figures out how to make it possible and safe!)
When people put their mind to something with a passion and relentless desire make it a reality, they find a way. The power of the human mind is amazing but the power of the human mind that is driven by an almost obsessed passion is awe inspiring to the point it’s almost unbelievable at what it can drive people to achieve!
It makes no difference if it’s financial success, physical success, relationship success, or spiritual success, if there is a human mind behind it that is open, dedicated, relentless, and driven by a powerful passion, it WILL happen.
Your mindset is probably the most important aspect to your success and overall happiness in life because it defines your personal limits.
It sets the bar for the level of courage you’ll create when you need courage the most.
It expands your possibilities to create success or limits your possibilities to create success depending on how you have it “programmed”.
Your mindset is critical to everything in your experience.
If you lose, do you see it as a loss or an opportunity to create something new and better?
If you fail do you see yourself as a failure or a person with more experience in life?
If you win do you see the game as being over or do you open the door to the next phase?
There are thousands of questions you can ask yourself like this and the way you answer them will hand you a clear and 100% accurate depiction of your mindset.
And in this edition of Motivational Monday, I wanted to show you what a powerful mindset looks like. It’s not because Aaron Fotheringham, aka “Wheelz” is in a wheelchair, it’s because what he turned being in wheelchair into for his life!
As we begin to get ready to wrap up another year, start looking at your mindset and getting it ready to enter the new year with power to raise the bar in your life so that you can create the kind of success you want!
Make Life An Adventure,