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I Can't...

Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Let's remove these words from our vocabulary. I can't. You know who says if you can or can't? YOU! If you remove this from your vocabulary, think of all the great things you can accomplish!

When I was younger these words were commonly found in my conversations. I missed out on a lot of stuff because I never had the drive to get past "I can't." Instead, I just accepted it and went on to the next thing.

Today, I went to the personal trainer for our first session, and I'm proud to say I pushed myself! When the thought of "I can't" started to creep into my mind, I pushed it to the side and did more reps. I'll admit, this was a first session, so the workout wasn't as hard as it could have been, but for just starting out it was hard enough. I know in the coming weeks the trainer is really going to push me and I'm really going to feel it! I'm excited to see where I can go with fitness, it's something I've never really done before and I know I CAN!

What are you keeping yourself from accomplishing with these words? If you want to do it, you will find a way and make it happen!! Let's have a great "I Can" week!!
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  • AWOOD1973
    Fantastic! Just keep that hubby's awesome expression in mind, when he sees you next. That will be the icing on the cake! You go, girl! :)

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  • BLESSEDMAZARS
    I try to think of the "Little Engine That Could". Literally, there are times I'm trying to beat a timed run or those extra crunches and I find myself saying, "I think I can", but it's more like, "I KNOW I CAN!". Have a great day!

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  • SKYWATCHERRS
    Something we were withholding made us weak, until we found it was ourselves. – Robert Frost
    3466 days ago
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