Here is a summary of this Les Brown Quotes video and a comment:

Note: These notes are from 0:00 to 3:05 of this video.

Have you ever wanted something and blocked yourself?

Whatever you are seeking is seeking you. You can have it!

Why don’t you quit?

“I would but…”

Why aren’t you doing your real passion?

“I could but…”

“But” has friends like “woulda, coulda, shoulda…”

“One day, I’m gonna…”

We block on ourselves and use these words as if we are in a trance.

We stopped at “but” and build a case.

“But” is an argument for our limitations. When we argue for our limitations, we get to keep them.

“But” allows you to hide behind fear. It allows you to validate your inaction.

Here is the most important point:

“But” is an argument for our limitations. When we argue for our limitations, we get to keep them.

Why is this? Your mind will substantiate any argument you present to it.

“But” tells the mind to invalidate what went before it. Therefore, if you say “I could do this, but…” your success neurology goes to work in reverse.

Instead of using your mind of success to find reasons, ways, and means to accomplish a wonderful objective, you use it to find reasons to the contrary. In this regard your mind is, as always, an ever-faithful servant.

Your synaptic success connections will find no end of supporting evidence that you would fail even if you try. It will remind you of all the other times you tried and failed.

In this case, you have primed your mind for failure instead of success. And you could have done just the opposite.

If you had, your mind would have responded with reasons why you would be successful. And you would have been.

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