Strive to Exhaust Your Potential

“Believe in your infinite potential. Your only limitations are those you set upon yourself.” — Roy T. Bennett

Change can feel uncomfortable and nerve-racking. But it is needed to evolve and for newness to emerge in our lives. With my birthday approaching and as I grow older, I still consider myself a work in progress. Realizing what you were born to do requires trial and error. Without mistakes, there is neither learning nor innovation. Life is about being your best, not being better than everyone else. Each day, I focus on reaching for my outer limits while being a disruptor of the status quo. Never allow the fear of the unknown to get in the way of taking risks. Always seek to broaden your abilities beyond where you are comfortable.

Each of us has the opportunity to acknowledge our mistakes and learn from them. Our ignorance is invisible to us but not to others. We must have the courage to know when we are part of the problem. I have come to understand that every action has an intended and unintended side effect. Realize we never are meant to have all the answers, so asking thoughtful questions becomes vital. As you navigate the game of life, one of the greatest blessings you will be able to give is the truth. Explore the truth. Challenge the truth and let go of the need always to be right.

Often we fuss about the wrong things. When it is all said and done, life is about legacy more than currency. Live your life the way you want to be remembered. Leave footprints of kindness wherever you go while challenging yourself to discover new ways of thinking and performing. You have gifts inside you that have never been exposed and a journey of self-discovery waiting to be explored. So strive to exhaust every finite niche of your potential!

Never stop believing, asking the question ‘Why?’ and living free.

Be you be unique and smile.

—Brian Nadon

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