The question I get asked the most is: “how did you start?” My usual answer sort of goes like this: “I just started!” It is in no way meant to sound cocky or condescending, it’s just the easiest way I can explain it without going into every single detail. A lot of people seem puzzled when I respond that way but if I had to break it down that’s really what it boils down to. I think for most people it is a lot easier to measure what you have or don’t have and try to draw a correlation to your personal success or failures. I don’t believe that is the truth and my pastor confirmed my beliefs this past Sunday with his sermon. The topic was about feeling limited, and how so many of us are just stuck in that mental slum which prevents    people from being limitless. He broke it down for us in a way that was extremely easy to digest and I wanted to share it with you guys.

1. Start where you are.
2. Use what you have.
3. Do what you can.

I think if you start seeing the world through these lenses, things won’t seem as complex when trying to figure what to do. Just start where you are!

 

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