Step Out, Step Up & Step Into Your Destiny

“It’s a strange thing, you have said it thousands of times I am sure… you will never know what you can do until you try. However the sad truth is, that most people never try anything until they know they can do it.” — Bob Proctor

I received an email from one of my readers the other day. Basically he thanked me for encouraging him during a rough time In his life. He is in a new position. He is being tested and his authority challenged.

It’s in those tough times that we are seriously tempted to quit, to walk away. To tell yourself, “I can’t” or “It’s just not worth it”.

That’s the time to mentally regroup. You need to remind yourself – out loud if necessary – that you are capable, that YOU CAN learn, become, accomplish anything that you decide to.

Here are three “steps” to encourage you on your way to greatness.

STEP OUT: The unknown, the new, the untried is always intimidating.

We’re not sure if we can.

We question our own abilities and talents.

Yet, we can accomplish so much more than our present experience allows. Just the act of trying will open new doors and present new opportunities and answers.

Your first steps will signal your subconscious (your connection to Infinite Mind) that you’re serious. You will begin to draw solutions toward you, just by stepping out.

STEP UP: No one ever hit a home run without first stepping up to the plate … and swinging.

Face new challenges with courage and determination. Life is mobile. It’s not meant to be lived at the same level for a lifetime.

Step up to new opportunities for personal and professional growth. It’s no coincidence that it’s called the “ladder” of success.  

Step up and start climbing. Only you set the limits on how high you’ll climb.

STEP INTO: When you were a kid, did you ever step into your dad’s boots or your mom’s dress shoes? How did it make you feel?

Big?

Powerful?

Able to do anything?

Did you pretend to be grown-up, ready to take on the world?

Every person on earth is here for a reason. We each have a personal mission, a contribution to make that blesses others.

Remember last week’s lesson? Limitations are only in your mind.

It’s time to step into the role you’ve been avoiding and walk into your destiny.

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