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Are you under-living your life?

By Ron Henson on Jun 8, 2013

Are you under-living your life?

 

How do we release all of the potential inside of us?

 

1st: What is potential?

         First Nature: What you inherited through the genes passed down to you from your parents, grandparents, etc

 

         Second Nature: Everything you have learned. All of the knowledge, skills, the habits, all of the information you have stored, is a part of your potential.

 

         Third Phase: Very simply, your inner desire, your aspirations, your goals.  Something inside of you that wants you to become more than you are.  The most important factor in this is EMOTION.  You can have a desire to do something, and you can have the abilities, but you can’t seem to get yourself to do it.  YOU CAN’T RELEASE YOURSELF.

                  WHAT ARE THE THINGS THAT ARE HOLDING US BACK FROM ACHIEVING MUCH MORE THAN WE ARE CURRENTLY ACHIEVING?

Expect more, be more, do more, achieve more......in life and in your career!

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YES!

Jun 8, 2013

Me too Bryan!

Jun 10, 2013

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