You can always find a way. It’s just a matter of how far and how long you are willing to look.
Take a break from the day, and watch these two videos on an inspirational person by the name of Jake Olson. He is a perfect example of being able to find a way. Cancer may have taken Jake’s eyesight, but it failed to take away his courage to chase his dreams in life.
So many of us, myself included, seem to put up boundaries, or blind our self to certain things in life. We say, “No way that will ever happen to me.” “I will never be able to do that.” One thing I am learning is that whether we think we can or we can’t, we are right.
Today, I like to think I can. It has hands down led me to do a number of things that in my past I told myself there is no way in hell I could do.
It’s simple. If you think there is a way, then you will find it, even if that means failing over and over. If you think there is no way, then you simply won’t look. You will be blind to finding new ways to play the game we call life.
Use a person like Jake as an example next time you think there is no way. Jake can no longer see, but still found a way to play the game he deeply loves. When plenty of people probably counted him out, the only thing that mattered is Jake did not count himself out.
Basically, the only thing to be said this week is don’t count yourself out. Don’t go blind, when there are other ways to see. Don’t take it from me, take it from a person like Jake Olson.
Thank you for taking the time to read this, and have a great rest of the week.
Think Positive. Find a Way.
Think Positive. Live Positive.