Hi everyone,

Are you ready for some weekend relaxation or what? We are!!
Here’s a little task we’d like you to try today….
Don’t think or speak the word “can’t”.
We’re going to explain why we want you to try this and how amazing this little contraction is…
Are you thinking of “better things” in life?
Are you holding yourself back in life?
How often do you use the phrase “I can’t”?
Can’t is a nasty, yet powerful little word. It gets in your system and tells your brain some ridiculous things!!
Can’t is in the conscious part of your brain.
The conscious part of your brain makes lists, remembers to pick up milk and lock your door when you leave the house.
The conscious brain most certainly has its job to do.
But check this out…
an interesting thing is how your conscious and subconscious work together….
Your subconscious focuses on different things than your conscious.
It focuses on keeping you safe, reacting quickly, your dreams, solving big life problems, happy
thoughts, stored memories, fears, etc. etc.
Your subconscious also listens really well to your conscious.
Kind of like its servant.
If your subconscious hears “I can’t”…
it goes about the rest of your head and body notifying your nerves, muscles so on and so forth
“hey guys! Conscious says we “can’t” so warn everyone!”
So then….
Nerves go on alert, muscles get tight, stress seeps in, avoidance starts…
But wait one doggone second!! Just because you THOUGHT “hmmm, I can’t do this,” does it really mean you can’t do it?
Um, NO!

You’re at a decision point.
The point of taking action.
The point of “I want something better and this looks interesting but… Can I, or can’t I do it?”

And here’s your answer…
YOU CAN.
Change that thought, feeling, nervousness or fear and take control over your own mind.  

YOU CAN DO THIS!

Make “can’t” your enemy today!

Have an amazing day!

Do one thing for yourself today…
Don’t think or speak the word can’t.
See how long you can go!
The LifeDesigning1 Team
P.S. I have always taught and continue to teach Jackson that
“can’t” is not part of our vocabulary! Actually, I taught that to many children
over the years! ~ Nik
We believe in you!

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