Do you sometimes think that it's too late for you? Perhaps you think you've missed your ship and you'll just have to accept what life has to offer you now. Or have you bought in to the lie that says you're all washed up because of your age or because you've failed too many times before.
As long as you have breath in your body, it's never too late. You can start over. You can begin right where you are on a clean slate. Does that mean that you'll never encounter any challenges? Of course not. But whether you're young or older you'll face challenges. So why give up when you still have so much life in you?
Maybe this story will inspire you; At 100 years old Fauja Singh fulfilled his dream by running a 42.195-kilometre marathan and became the oldest person ever to complete a full-distance marathon.
Check out his story here.
Wow. When you think of yourself of being a 100 years old what picture comes to mind? Or do you think it difficult to see yourself even at this age at all?
Most people limit themselves in what they could accomplish by the way they're thinking. If you see yourself as not being able to reach your goals then you've shut down any possibility of it happening for you. How you see yourself and more so how you see what's possible for you will determine what you will accomplish in your life.
Try these steps to begin the change process.
1) Remove limitations from your mind
You're only limited by your thinking. If you remove the limitations of "I can't" because you can't immediately see how you can reach the final goal, you'll remove the mental debris that blocks you from receiving the 'how steps' to manifest your desire.
2) Set your intentions
There's power in setting your intentions. It moves the universal power to work on your behalf as you release the outcome and expect what you desire to happen for you. Setting your intentions brings your consciousness into decision-making mode. That energy communicates to the universal energy that this is what you want and the help you need immediately begins to take form, even if you cannot visibly see it.
3) Go for it
Take action. Start where you are with what you have and keep moving one day at a time. It didn't matter to Fauja that he didn't win the race. And it really isn't so much about winning but about finishing what you started - what you set your intentions to do. Often times we give up just as we've barely left the finish line.
Check out your own life. What dreams have you given up on because you think it's too late for you? What can you do to turn things around and begin to take action? Do it now! Here's to new beginnings.