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Reflection on a Famous Quote – March 21th, 2012,  by Danny J. Stevens

“Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win by fearing to attempt.”

~ William Shakespeare

Our minds our wonderful creations which left untrained can work against us.  We have the choice to think, to choose and do.  We can over analyze, over justify, and over dramatize.  Where attention goes, energy flows.  Another explanation, we become what we think about most of the time.  If we allow the thoughts of doubt and fear this is what we will begin to create. Have you ever heard the phrase, “The paralysis of analysis”?  The more you analyze a situation, the more we contemplate the possible failures, the more we doubt that things will work we are creating more failure, more doubts.  If the thoughts were change to only allow thoughts of how to make something work, energy goes, where attention flows. 

What would you accomplish, if you knew you could not fail?

 

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