If you argue for your LIMITATIONS you get to keep them

Posted by Gediminas Grinevicius on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 Under: Personal Development

This blog is called, if you argue for your limitations, you get to keep them. What does that mean?

Well, what it means is that too many people look for what's wrong in them in themselves, like there's a reward for it. So they argue for their limitations. You're trying to help this person to succeed in life and they say, “Well, you don't understand. You don't understand. You know, I'm so afraid. Well, you don't understand I’m so afraid, but you don't understand, I have failed in the past. But you don’t understand, I'm too shy. But you don't understand I'm not smart enough.”

They're arguing for the limitations. The saying, “Oh, but look, this is bad about me. And this is also bad about me.” They keep arguing for all the bad things. They keep arguing for the limitations. And if you fight for your limitations, then guess what? You get to keep it because you convince yourself that, “Hey, I can't live on any other way. I have to live with it. This is like a medal. This is like a part of me, the fact that, whatever right? My English is not good enough or that I'm not smart enough or that I'm not beautiful enough.” They get too carried out.

Because if you keep arguing about it, keep like not arguing about it, but arguing for it. Like proving to other people that you have this fold, then guess what, it becomes part of your identity. You can't see yourself any other way but with that fault, right, so like, I used to fight my wife all the time, because she always used to say, “Oh, my English is not good enough.” And I kept saying to her as long as you keep saying it, then your English will never be good enough. Because it becomes your identity, right?

So of course, she stopped doing it and her English is better than mine now. But what's important to understand here that whenever you, you argue for your limitations whenever you argue for your downfalls, then you get to own them, you get to keep them. So stop it don't defend against it, right? If you’re going through this growth process, if you’re try to become better, if you’re trying to build a business and become a company, or whatever it is, and you still know that you've got those limitations don't keep reminding yourself about them.

Forget about them, and instead say, you know, instead of saying something like, “Oh, I'm really bad with technology.”  That's arguing for your limitation. That's owning it, that's accepting it and keeping it you don't want to do that. So instead of saying, “I’m really bad with technology.” Say, “I'm getting better with technology every single day. I'm learning technology all the time, and I'm getting better and better with it.”

What does that send to your brain that now sends a new identity to your brain that sends the identity of somebody who's improving of somebody who's getting better, instead of the person who stuck being not good at it? You know what I mean? If your English is no great, say my English is getting better. You know, I'm improving on my English, right? So it doesn't say it's perfect because it isn't. But you're saying now you're accepting a new identity that it's getting better. Instead of that it sucks and then you own that right.

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