Don’t answer that!

It’s a stupidly easy question to answer.

I don’t have the money.

I don’t have the resources.

I don’t have the talent.

I don’t have what they have.

It’s stupidly easy to see the stupid amount of roadblocks between us and success. We are naturally negative creatures with built-in psychological mechanisms that whisper to us why we can’t do anything. Probably has something to do with evolution. Survival of the fittest. That sort of thing–self-preservation.

To go after what we want, we only have to talk louder than the whisper that says we can’t

Sometimes we have to scream, bleed, and cry on the way to our dreams. But it’s worth it.

It’s worth it.

So, the question found in the title is not to trigger all the reasons why you can’t but rather why you can.

Success exists. We all know that it exists because we see people in positions we aspire to also achieve or even surpass. So, it does exist.

This means, because it exists, there is the inevitability that someone will accomplish success. Why not you?

Why not you experience that thing that truly is real and exists and is perfectly attainable?

Why not you?

The answer is that you listened to that naturally occurring negative narrative within yourself that kept you safely away from anything great you may have achieved.

The answer is that you spoke against that naturally occurring negative narrative within yourself which plunged you forward into all of the great that you achieved in a perfectly attainable and inevitable way.

Why not you?

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