Create Your Own Proof
Then one guy did it. And pretty soon, lots of others did it.
If you look at the world record in various sporting events over the last 100 years, you’ll find that they consistently get better and better. Or faster and faster. Or stronger and stronger.
Yet if you compare the times for horse races, they’ve been about the same, time wise.
This is strong evidence that it’s not technology or nutrition that is pushing the limits of human performance, but what we believe is possible.
Most people are scared of doing something. Especially if nobody has ever done it before. But then when we see somebody do something, then everybody’s doing it.
This is the reason role models are so crucial. Especially when we’re young. We see how to behave, what’s possible, and how to deal with things that are unexpected.
Belief and behavior form an inextricable feedback loop.
The more you do something, the more you’ll believe you can do something. The more you believe you can do something, the more you’ll do more of that something.
Whether it’s making money, talking to attractive people, or doing pushups in the morning.
If you’ve never done one pushup, you might think ten is impossible.
If you do only one pushup every morning for a week, suddenly doing ten is pretty easy.
Maybe in a few weeks maybe 50 seems pretty easy.
Funny thing about your body is that you carry it with you everywhere you go.
Which makes it a PERFECT thing to PROVE to yourself that you can do anything.
For example, do you think it’s possible to do 100 sit ups, right now?
If you’re like most people, probably not.
But how long until you not only thought it was possible, but easy and natural?
Maybe a month or two.
Then you’d be carrying around PROOF, (right there in your gut) that using ONLY your mind and body, you can take what seems difficult or even impossible, and make it simple and easy.
Then when you come across an idea or situation, and you hesitate because of those common doubts, just pat yourself on the stomach to remind yourself of what you’re capable of.
“I can take the difficult, and make it easy.”
All it takes is a few minutes a day.