Monday, April 20, 2009

Moving Beyond

A note from for Tuesday April 21 2009

Good day there all and welcome to Tuesday.

Again today I'm caused to be blissed out as I heard from one of oursubscribers last night who had ventured into her own business in the direct sales field. This delightful lady, once full of fear and misgivings about her ability, shared with me that not only has she attained her goal for the first quarter of the year, but had exceeded it by almost 20%. That's a celebration as she has almost equalled her last years earnings in less than one third of this year.

Today we have an offering that she would certainly declare, helped her in realizing her true potential. She learned great lessons about....

Moving Beyond
by Matthew C. Horne

In observing people who are fresh out of relationships, I often hear phrases like "I'm moving on" used frequently. Soon after comes the overwhelming need to show the other person how much you've moved on.

It then dawned on me that moving on is not an act or expression; it just is. It's something that resonates so deeply within you that it doesn't matter what others think, or even if they know.

When it comes to pursuing your dreams, I'm learning that there are many obstacles that we must move beyond to fulfill them. These obstacles surface internally as well as externally.

The internal barriers are the self limiting beliefs that we must all face when contemplating the pursuit of a dream. These are the limitations that must be faced head on if you'll ever give yourself permission to be the unique you.

The external obstacles are the opinions of others which are in place to keep you in the box they've created for you.

One way to move beyond is to simply entertain the possibility of you actually becoming the person who you see in your vivid destiny pictures. I don't know how many times I've heard wives tell stories about how they had no initial attraction to their eventual husbands.

In many cases, they couldn't foresee in a million years that they would marry the man who gave her a new last name. The wives often tell of how the guy never gave up and how that led to them entertaining the idea of a relationship.

The perception of the guy changed the more the woman entertained him, and they ended up at the alter which was the original intent of the guy.

If we would just entertain the possibility that we are actually the people our hearts say that we are, the mountains we perceive to be in the way of our destiny will be proven as mole hills, as the truth of our ability is revealed.

In essence, the more you entertain your destiny the more realistic it becomes. The only thing separating you from it is the illusion that it is beyond your grasp.

As you begin to see that your dreams aren't as far out there as you once perceived them to be, thoughts of possibility will replace those of inability.

Once you truly believe that your dreams are possible, that's when you will begin to take active measures to make them a reality. It's human nature to only expend energy towards what we deem as being possible.

Entertaining the thought of your dreams is one of the most life-altering acts you could ever perform. When standing outside the door of your destiny, if dialogue persists long enough, it's only a matter of time before it is opened.

Matthew C. Horne is a motivational speaker and leading authority in maximizing human potential and self-development. He is also the president of Optimum Success International and author of "The Universe is Inviting You In", available at

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1 comment:

My Wish said...

“It may take courage to embrace the possibilities of your own potential, but once you've flown past the summit of your fears, nothing will seem impossible. ”

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