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What's the BEST That Could Happen?

Published on 9/24/2013
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Imagine going through life hitting every single goal you ever set. But because of the lackluster nature of your goals, you aimed so low that you never really felt good about what you accomplished. Granted, they were achieved, but you always seemed to stay on neutral ground--neither here nor there. So what have you become?

I often refer to this situation as "settling in to settling for." Instead of working toward and creating the life they honestly desire, some people simply accept what happens as if it's a part of some master plan they have no control over. If you get, you get; if you don't, you don't. No point in getting riled up about it; that's just the way it is. Their friends, all in the same boat with the same attitude, nod their heads in agreement: "So, so" (Same old, same old) they mumble in unison, in their all-too-familiar monotone way.

But now let's assume you joined a different group. What if you woke up one day saying, "I've had enough. I'm fed up. I'm sick and tire of the status quo. Nothing's getting better. I'm ready to make a change"?

What's the worst that could happen? A no? Have you ever said no to anyone or anything else? Sure! Noes are part of life. Dwelling on the potential of no stops people from advancing toward yes. They focus on the obstacle, no, instead of the objective, yes! It makes them think of how everyone will react if they don't care, it may be too late. It deludes them into thinking maybe they're better off just going along to get along, but the boredom of it all continues to plague them. The idea of having their tombstone read, "Here lie Mr. and Mrs. Mediocrity, they barely paid their bills," doesn't thrill them either.

Suppose we alter the question a little, changing worst to best, as in--"What's the best that could happen?" Imagine a situation or a yes you'd like to achieve. Focus on it until you visualize and believe it's happening. Ask yourself, "What's the best that could happen?" and wait for the answer. Is it an improved situation? Would that be worth going through the noes? You bet. I dare you to do it!

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