My husband took this video this week.
Our daughter, for the past month or so, has been able to crawl into her crib. She even tries to climb out, but unsuccessfully. Basically gets one leg over and then doesn’t know where to go from there.
Physically she CAN do it.
She’s strong enough.
But the one thing that is stopping her is her belief that she CAN’T.
And the only thing that needs to happen for her to see she can, is for her to do it just one time.
That had me thinking.
How many people out there don’t reach their goals because they believe they CAN’T?
How many people never try because they think they are going to fail?
Or maybe how many people are like Parker, where they don’t know how to reach their goals….yet?
Where is your disconnect?
At what point will you tell yourself you can do it?
At what point will you tell yourself you need to at least TRY?
When are you going to learn you can very well “climb out of the crib”? So to speak.
For me personally, the disconnect is sometimes I don’t think I can reach the goal.
And because I don’t think I can reach a goal, I don’t even try to set the goal.
One thing we teach Parker is that she has to at least TRY.
No matter what it is, she has to at least give it one try.
And because of what we teach her, I decided I needed to quit the “I will never reach that goal, so I’m not going to even try” bull.
I have a very hefty goal I am going to reach (notice I said I am GOING to reach it, not TRY to reach it) in October.
This is something I have been wanting to get to for a long time, but never thought I could.
Well now, it’s ON! LOL
I want to practice what I preach to my daughter.
So what is YOUR disconnect?
Where you do drop the ball when it comes to reaching your goals?
In a few weeks I am going to go more into this and how your mentality has way more to do with reaching your goals then you think.
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