Stop Fighting For Your Limitations

Stop Fighting For Your Limitations

Stop Fighting For Your Limitations

You want to change, yet you continue to point out all the reasons why you can’t.

You may already realize this, but fighting for your limitations is a broken strategy—if you win this fight for your limitations, you lose the opportunity for transformation.

Growing your Avon business is pretty simple.

There are only 4 main steps:

  1. Prospecting for new customers & recruits.
  2. Getting a brochure (either paper or digital) to every customer every campaign.
  3. Following up with every customer you gave a brochure to every campaign before you place your order.
  4. Take the order, submit it to Avon and deliver to your customer, or send them to your Avon Online Store to place their order

And then Rinse and Repeat.

It’s really that simple. You just do these 4 steps over and over again, and you will have a strong Avon business.

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Instead of working 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week, your goal is to capture 8 POINTS a day, 5 days a week for a total of 40 POINTS per week.

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Today We’ll Talk About How To Stop Fighting For Your Limitations

“If you fight for your limitations you get to keep them.
But if you fight for your possibilities you get to create them!”

It’s time to stop fighting for your limitations and start striving for success.

Every time you say, “I really want to____ (fill in the blank with your desired change, like, “grow my business”, “build my team”, “talk to more people”), but I can’t because____ (fill in the blank with your reason or limitation, such as “I’m not good at sales,” “my partner won’t like it,” “I’ve tried and failed in the past.”), you tell yourself, others, and the universe you don’t want to change.

Instead, without realizing it, you seem to refer to remain stuck.

You’d rather argue for the circumstances or challenges that limit your potential transformation than fight for your transformation.

Fighting for your limitations—rather than your potential—leads to frustration…big time!

It’s why you feel so stuck and unable to change.

Why You Fight for Your Limitations

Fighting for your limitations seems crazy, right…especially since you want to change?

Well, you know what Albert Einstein said: “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.”

But it is human nature to find reasons — And, admit it…they are excuses — to justify why you can’t do something that feels hard or scary.

And that’s the root of the issue: different equates to hard and scary.

The reptilian part of your brain is trying to protect you.  It perceives any change as a threat to your life.

And so, it gives you several reasons why you can’t change.

It does not want you to do anything different… ever… especially if it is hard and scary!

Understanding Your Limitations

If you had no limitations, where could you go, what could you do, who could you become?

That’s an interesting exercise, but it’s not very practical.  We all have limits.

Some are imposed on us by society, parents, and friends. Others are physical or mental in nature.

It’s important to understand not only that limits exist, but that you know what yours are, and that you don’t sell yourself short.

Don’t say you can’t if you can.

If you don’t want to do it, or do what it takes to be successful, that’s OK.  But acknowledge that if it’s true.

Don’t argue for your limitations.

If you say it often enough, you just might begin to believe your lies, and that would be a sad waste of your talents.

Instead, Fight For Your Possibilities

So, how do you stop fighting for your limitations and fight for your possibilities instead?

Here are five ways.

  1. Replace the word “can’t” with “can.”
  2. Replace the reasons why you can’t change with why you can change.
  3. Stop using past failures to prove future outcomes.
  4. Use past successes to fight for future possibilities.
  5. Make the decision to be someone who can change.

The last way is the most important.

If you are someone who can change, you will change.

That result is 100% possible – even probable – based simply on you making that decision.

Become THAT person who CAN change.

When you do that, you fight for your potential and see possibility everywhere.

As a result, you will experience transformation.

Now you can learn and grow, and every day you will get better and better.

This applies to your Avon business, and to every area of your life.

You’ve Got This!

Stop fighting for your limitations.

Stop giving energy to the very thing that’s holding you back, but that you like to use as your excuse for moving forward.

You can make a positive change in your life if you stop fighting for your limitations and start striving for success.

Believe in yourself and take control of your life.

Reach out and ask for help, and never stop growing and learning.

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By Lynn Huber

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