Sky is the Limit

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Often times our whole identity is wrapped up in what we’ve learned growing up hoping it will work for us when dealing with people, allowing us to survive, thrive and fit in. While some people have had to learn to thrive in the midst of change and learned to be adaptable by being open to new ideas and embracing change, many others have had to fight for survival. Behavior is learned and sometimes it takes work to unlearn and dismantle these old beliefs. Change is difficult for a lot of people. When you are able to see beyond the ego and recognize the abundance that is available, people’s minds, and ideas come together and can create amazing changes that improve the current scenarios for many. When you work and surround yourself with people who have this abundant and generous attitude, you are uplifted, the team soars, and amazing energy and creativity are unleashed. This is much harder to do, to sustain, and to elevate within others when you encounter individuals driven by the thought of inadequacy and competition.

If your goal is to truly bring about a positive change how it is accomplished becomes less important and seeing it accomplished becomes more important. When you’re getting compensated for your contributions, gratitude would serve you spirit of peace. Knowing that you are accomplishing your purpose and living your passion will be reward and in time, it will be recognized.

We all have different lenses, different gifts, different wiring, and different experiences. Difference is not something to be judged, it is a gift of diversity that brings the pieces of the puzzle of life together and creates a society and solution, together for the benefit of us all. Don’t doubt yourself when others cannot see the vision you see. Keep true, keep your intentions, and you will attract the right support, the right people, and the right opportunities. Lower the ego and aim high

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