Just Because You Have Not Doesn’t Mean You Cannot!

I want you to ask yourself a question: Why do you think you are not good enough?  Why do you not give yourself enough credit?

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There was a time that I would never have thought I would be writing.  When I decided to start my blog I did extensive research on how to blog, how to write and how to produce quality content.  I had to educate myself in order to do the best job possible.

If I had decided that because I had never written meant that I would not be able to write a blog, I would have missed out on something that has changed my life!  Do you recall our talks about being open-minded?  When you are open-minded you are able to recognize and take advantage of new and exciting opportunities: like writing!

One afternoon a young Edmund Hillary looked at a mountain and decided he wanted to climb.  He had no experience, but did not allow that to hold him back.  If he had allowed his inexperience to keep him from dreaming he would have missed out on reaching the summit of Mt. Everest with Tenzing Norgay!  The journey was not for humankind, but for themselves.

Remain open-minded and prepare yourself to take advantage of opportunities.  Just because you don’t know how or have not, doesn’t mean you cannot!

 

14 thoughts on “Just Because You Have Not Doesn’t Mean You Cannot!

  1. Amen to that! 🙂 At first I was sorry worried about what people would think if I started blogging…what if no one cared…or cared too much? lol thing is I just write about what is close to my heart, I share and in turn others share with me. The moment I stopped caring so much about having the perfect blog, that’s when I found my true voice and people listen to that 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Reblogged this on dialogueftdepths and commented:
    This posting by my new friend Danny gives some beautiful inspiration into writing, especially for those who doubt their ability to write. This has particular relevant to my last posting about blogging and the discussion comments in response.

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