Stop Saying You Can’t, When You CAN

What’s up guys, it’s Paige Starks the Enlightener here! I hope you all are well, and T.G.I.F right!

This failure game is over.

There won’t be any more speaking, or thinking about what you “Can’t” do. It’s time to break this chain of negativity. The reason why we aren’t reaching our fullest potential, is because of ourselves. Think about it. When difficult things appear in our lives, we immediately know that we “Can’t” do it. We don’t even think about trying, because we already know before hand, that it’s impossible to get done.

Learn to stop underestimating your fullest potential.

Don’t allow fear to prevent you from doing things you aren’t comfortable with. Life gets uncomfortable sometimes. Learn to be okay with that. If you fold each time that life gets hard, you’ll continue down the road of mishaps, and failure. Place it in your heart, and mind to believe you can do all things through Christ that strengthens you.

Remember it. Believe it. Speak it.

The moment you do this, you’ll have the power to do anything you set your mind too. It’s time for you claim to what you’re due. With hard work and determination, comes many victories. Claim your victory in advance! Make it your effort to speak positive over things you think you “Can’t” handle. I guarantee you that your “Can’t” will transition into a “Can.” Let me tell you this real quick. One thing I know about a winner, is how their mental state is structured. In their minds, they know for a fact that even if they lose, they still win!

Know why?

They don’t QUIT! Failure isn’t an option for them. Start thinking like a winner, because you’re one. Push yourself to know that you’re capable of being your best. Unleash your inner beast, and be successful! I’m rooting for you. Continue to grind it out. Work hard. Seek your victory!

You’re just steps away from your breakthrough. Don’t give up!

Know that I love you, and pray for nothing but the best. Stay positive and remain humble. Always remember that you’re more than conquerors, and that your P.M.B is a representation of your self-image!

 

 

 

Blessings,

 

 

 

 

and I’m out!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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