What would you do if you knew you could not fail?

LifeThis is the million-dollar question for today: What would you do if you couldn’t fail?

Take the time to think or let your spirit speak for you. What would you do?
Would you like to start a business, being your own boss?
Would you find the cure for cancers, HIV, SARS?
Would you start a band, write a book or become an actor?

Some of us have been taught as children to not dream big or do things our spirits are whispering in our ear.  But instead we had to conform to the environment around us. We slowly have fallen into the invisible jail that society wants us to be in, like robots.

Others have been taught that becoming a maverick was bad, really bad. The fear of failure was indelibly inked into their brain. The thought to be bold or doing something new and ground breaking, was not in their wheel power.

But thinking about this question, do you think if you had been given the inspiration from your parents, the encouragement for you to do what your heart desired, would you be where you are today, or would you be somewhere else?

What do you think would have happened, if you actually chose to know you couldn’t fail?  Would you live your life as a maverick or would you conform to society?

What is actually stopping you today to live your life-like a maverick? I am sure your ego is going to say, well I live pay check to pay check. What do you expect me to do? Or I have children, I couldn’t possibly do what I really want to do.

Well I would say, not so fast. I think if you feel your spirit is whispering ideas that could be done without quitting your job, or would not cost you thousands of dollars to start with, why not step up to the plate and do it?

We are the ones who are putting limitations on ourselves. If I had to listen to and believed, when I was a young child, that tutor of mine and my mother, I would not have done and be where I am today. I would not have lived my life as a maverick.

My inspiration comes from the Universe. I never saw myself with limitations, I always felt I was limitless. I found a way, with the help of the Universe, to find my way home. I had so much to overcome, most people would have quit half way or given up before it all started.

My question for you today: if you knew you couldn’t fail what would you do? After you answer it, what stopping you from doing it?

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