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You’re Probably Right
If you don’t think you can do something, you’re probably right. Nothing stops productivity, growth and development more than self-imposed limitations. These are not original thoughts, and I’d credit them to an author or speaker, but frankly the credits would probably be longer than this post, so I’ll refrain.
When we start out as infants, our minds are nearly empty. Other than the sounds of our mother’s heart and her voice, we know next to nothing. Within hours of birth, we see light, faces, hear voices more distinctly and our knowledge base begins to grow exponentially. By the time we’re about a year, we are laughing, making sounds, understanding words we can’t clearly repeat but we try. We’re possibly walking or in the case of some running and our knowledge base has continued to explode.
By the time we’re in first grade, we talk, recognize colors, shapes, letters, animals, loads of people, know important days like our birthday, Christmas and the 4th of July.
We continue to learn both helpful and painful lessons that form us into who we are today. By our twenties we are formally educated, able to drive and use other complex machinery including computers. We’ve had our hearts broken and ... more
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