There’s no limit to imagination for kids – Santa Claus is real and brings presents every year, and superheroes are fighting crime on the streets all day long. Even becoming a professional wrestler is a legitimate career choice for kids. However, somewhere around 11 or 12, society shatters our world. We learn that Santa’s not real, superheroes are for kids, and dressing appropriately for an occasion is suddenly an option. Society is trying hard to push us into a box we’re going to fit in, although we mostly forget to ask if the boxes exist. These boxes are limiting our beliefs and possibilities, but they don’t need to become your reality just because they are someone else’s. Here are 6 limiting beliefs that need to change today:
- I’m not smart enough
Don’t let anyone tell you that you’re not smart enough. Of course, everyone has a genetic level of intelligence, but it’s only a small part of our intelligence in general. You can become smart by learning and practicing things until you become the best at them. Once this happens, you can become a valuable asset to a person or company. You don’t have to be a genius, just try becoming the smartest person in a room.
- I’m not experienced
Everyone’s inexperienced. Some of the richest people in today’s society are only in their 20s. Do you think that they cared about their inexperience when they came up with innovative ideas? Being inexperienced is a blessing in disguise – you approach things head on which results in innovative solutions experienced people would never think of. Own your experience and know that hard work and creativity always pays off.
- It’s too late for me
Some of the world’s biggest authors wrote their masterpieces in their 60s, so you can bet that it’s never too late for anything. Some entrepreneurs suffered failures until their 40s, so start now and don’t ever think that it’s too late for you.
- I can’t be happy until…
Just choose to be happy instead of thinking like this. If your happiness depends on an object (or person), you’re letting something that you can’t control dictate your happiness. Regain that control and you’ll start waking up happier every day.
- This is who I am
Yes, for the moment. But, who you are in a week or a year from now is something very different. We are constantly evolving and are being shaped by experience. Who you are today is not the same person from a year ago, and it’s very different from the person you were 10 years ago, right? Use your experience and life to become a better version of yourself.
- I’m too busy
“I’m too busy” is the most popular excuse for anything in the world. If you believe it, ask yourself at what time you wake up. How much time do you spend of Facebook and Twitter every day? How much time you spend watching TV shows? Be honest with yourself and you’ll see that you’re not that busy – you’re just looking for an excuse for not doing things.
The boxes society puts us in are imaginary – you can find success and happiness in this world if you step outside them. Shatter these boxes and you will soon find yourself in an open playground with endless possibilities that can change who you are.
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