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How to Go Beyond What’s Possible

How to Go Beyond What’s Possible

Ever wonder how people accomplish goals that didn’t seem possible?

If you’ve seen someone run a big rapid, summit a mountain, do a gravity defying move, or are simply exceptional at what they do, you may think that it’s because of some innate talent that they have that you don’t.

Yes, some folks possess natural talent or have experienced circumstances that have helped them along the way, but that isn’t the whole story.

Don’t buy into the idea that some people just have the magic and you don’t.  The most accomplished people that you know had to start somewhere. Everyone was a beginner at some point.

The truth is that YOU can set and accomplish goals beyond what you think is possible.

If you have a goal you’d like to achieve, but you’re defeating yourself with negative thoughts and talk, watch this video.

I tell you the  3 crucial things that successful people do to accomplish what they do, and how you can too. Well, I start out with 2 things, but end up telling you 3. Bonus!

If this video motivated or inspired you in some way and you’d like to ask me questions about it, head over to my private Facebook group Courage, Confidence and Wellness with Anna. It’s a group for women who want to go beyond what they think is possible and transform their lives. Every Wednesday I give a live talk that inspires/empowers, and I take questions from folks. It’s a great place to learn, share and build community. See you there!


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