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What Is Really Holding You Back

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Ordinary people believe only in the possible. Extraordinary people visualize not what is possible or probable, but rather what is impossible. And by visualizing the impossible, they begin to see it as possible.

After finishing fourth, just out of medal contention in the 1500 meters of the 1952 Olympics, British track athlete Roger Bannister set a new goal. A goal that according to many was not only lofty, but humanly impossible.

But instead of giving up, Bannister set out to do something that no one had done before.  He trained, prepared, and sacrificed. One day, on May 6, 1954, to be exact, Bannister took the train from Paddington Station to Oxford where he was going to try and break the 4-minute barrier.   
In a more recent years, no one thought that a 6'5" lanky sprinter could ever be a true Olympic competitor (sprinters are naturally short and stocky). But although he didn't fit the typical sprinter build, Jamaican Usain Bolt set his mind on being an Olympic Champion at a young age.

And in the 2008 Olympic games in Beijing, Usain Bolt not only accomplished his dream of winning Olympic gold, but he did it while completely annihilating world records in both the 100 and 200 meters. And again he reigned #1 in 2012.

Are self-limiting beliefs holding YOU back from achieving your best? Or even going after your best?

Don't let it happen.

You're better than that.

You're BIGGER than that.

And you can achieve more.

We KNOW this is true for you, and we believe in you. Now it's your turn to believe in yourself.

Today marks the day where you start thinking like Roger Bannister and Usain Bolt. You are in control.

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